I can't suspend my laptop because after suspending the system and pressing the power button I only get a black screen. As Debian wiki suggests, if CapsLock LED works the system is still running, which is not my case. I don't know why the system doesn't get back control.
No matter if I press Fn+Sleep keys, go to the Xfce menu, or type:
Code: Select all$ pm-suspend $ systemctl suspend
Anyhow I get the same result.
I've already followed some other posts but they didn't solve my problem:
I installed Debian Squeeze from Debian 6.01 CD 1 on my old Pentium 4 Desktop. Now when I log off, the screen gets black and login window is not appearing. I have tried all old post of linux questions forum and also of ubuntu
i have an installation of wheezy 7.8 i think. i was facing difficulties in read of matroska video. therefore have decided to installer gstreamer1.0 wich should be resolve my problem. i have added the backports repository in apt sources list. after an apt-get update i launch apt-get install gstreamer1.0 . i have noticed it have starting downloading more file than it needs i concluded that it was a upgrade or something like because the kernel was also updated. after the the packet downloading it has started the installation with some errors related to LOCALE LCC. it has stopped and restarted some services wich is normal. i have closed all others apps and restarted. Here start the hell. after the restart i have passed the kde login screen and after BLACK SCREEN with mouse working.
Alt+F2 don't open the krunner
What i have tried? i have rename the /home/jefcolbi/.cache and back it again, rename /home/jefcolbi/.kde and back it again. next i have tried to check the Xorg config file. i created a new one with X -configure, modified it to feet my system configuration this does not resolve the problem but add another the keyboard is not working in graphical mode.
My system configuration:
Toshiba laptop Satellite Pro L300 Dual core 3gb Ram graphic card:Mobile Intel(R) GMA 4500MHD sound card: Intel HD Audio debian whezzy 7.8 with KDE
Note: everything was working fine before trying to install gstreamer1.O from backports repository
I am new to Linux and installed Debian. After the Installation I started Debian and ended in a black screen. I came out there changing to a terminal (ctrl+alt+F1) but I dont know how to get Xorg running. I am using the Mainboard:Gigabyte GA-D510UD without any extras (means just the Mainboard with Ram and an IDE Hdd). here is the Log file from Xorg [URL]... System Information is in the log.
The problem is black screen after resuming hibernation.After I switch my computer on (after hibernation), I can see some progress bar and (after loading to 100%) black screen appears.I have Debian + GNOME and I DON't have xscreensaver.
Yesterday I done an upgrade with apt and since that time whenever I boot up I am presented with only a blank screen and an unresponsive cursor. I cannot switch console using Ctl+Alt+F*. The only thing I can do is Alt+SysRq+(R,E,I,S) which kills gdm3 and gets me back to the console.
* I can get into Xorg fine via the startx command * As a temporary fix, if I enable automatic login (via /etc/gdm3/daemon.conf) then gdm3 works.
But I can't get the normal authenticated login screen to work.
Output of journalctl for a failed attempt at running gdm3 with verbose debugging enabled:
Code: Select allOct 25 01:24:43 [hostname-removed] systemd: Starting GNOME Display Manager... Oct 25 01:24:43 [hostname-removed] systemd: Started GNOME Display Manager. Oct 25 01:24:43 [hostname-removed] gdm3: Enabling debugging Oct 25 01:24:43 [hostname-removed] gdm3: Changing user:group to Debian-gdm:Debian-gdm Oct 25 01:24:43 [hostname-removed] gdm3: Successfully connected to D-Bus
One other thing worth noting, before upgrading yesterday, I changed mirrors and accidentally pasted in "stable" into /etc/apt/sources.list. So basically I did an initial upgrade, realised my mistake, switched back to testing (which I was on before) and done another upgrade, which is when I noticed this problem.
After applying upgrades to debian 8.2 on a lenovo yoga3 notebook and a reboot I am not able to login into my GNOME desktop. The login screen stays black. If I press the power button to suspend I can see the login screen with default background for ~1 second before it turns black again. What can I do to fix this issue? Is there a way to login via terminal and do a rollback? Can I use my home folder an personal settings if i reinstall debian and keep the /home partition?
So I'm pretty awful at keeping Debian up to date, I guess. I'm using cron-apt to fetch updates every night, then apply them whenever I get around to it. Well, I neglected that last part for a month or two, and after some routine downtime to clear the case of dust, I decided it was time to upgrade. So I ran the command, everything checked out fine, and I was on my merry way. Until a half-hour ago when I accidentally shutdown the computer (I use the same zsh prompt on each computer, so I got them confused.) I turned it back on, only to be greeted with a black screen after all the services started up.
Everything works: ircd, MPD, etc. EXCEPT, of course, X. At first I thought the update broke SLIM, but after checking htop and doing a killall slim, it doesn't appear to be running (the screen remains black.) I hit Control-Alt-f2 to get to get back to a terminal, then tried doing startx, which freezes the computer entirely. All the network services stop, I can't SSH in, etc. It's dead. If I'm not mistaken, Xorg.0.log should say something, but I'm not a huge expert on it. The last line isn't an error, I can tell you that. So what's the deal here? apt-get remove xorg and start over?
I recently came to Debian. As I have an ati card, I tried the proprietary drivers first, but then came back to radeon (open-source). In the process, I think I may have broke my xorg.conf . Sometimes, when the monitor goes into sleep mode, when I came back, the screen remains black (sometimes I see just the cursor).
Here is my xorg.conf # NOXORGCONFEXISTED: No X.org configuration file existed when this backup was created.
Also, I have lots of backups in my X11 folder, like xorg.conf.fglrx-3, xorg.conf.original-1, or backup.xorg.conf. Is it safe to remove them? What should I do about the main xorg.conf?
I'm running Debian Squeeze on a Dell Studio 1558 laptop, and I have my laptop set to suspend when my lid is closed. Resuming from suspend seems to work but the screen remains blank, forcing me to hard reboot every time. Upon reading this thread:
Tue Jun 21 23:07:12 AKDT 2011: performing suspend Tue Jun 21 23:07:28 AKDT 2011: Awake. Tue Jun 21 23:07:28 AKDT 2011: Running hooks for resume
I want connect from remmina to jessie on another system via xdmcp but only black screen happened.
my daemon.conf Code: Select all[security] DisallowTCP=false
[debug] Enable = true
And gdm3 listen on udp/177. My syslog :
Code: Select allJul 16 10:17:46 office /usr/bin/dbus-launch: X Error of failed request: BadValue (integer parameter out of range for operation) Jul 16 10:17:46 office /usr/bin/dbus-launch: Major opcode of failed request: 140 (RANDR) Jul 16 10:17:46 office /usr/bin/dbus-launch: Minor opcode of failed request: 7 (RRSetScreenSize) Jul 16 10:17:46 office /usr/bin/dbus-launch: Value in failed request: 0x0 Jul 16 10:17:46 office /usr/bin/dbus-launch: Serial number of failed request: 150
Since doing a "full-upgrade" using the testing repositoriesotice that before an application can display its window, I get a frame with a black background for anything up to a second. I run a PC with 4 cores of 2.4 GH each.What could be the reason for this annoying behaviour?
OpenSuse 11.3 with nVidia drivers.I have the screen working fine though it only runs in 1600x1200@75 using the nVidia driver (GTX260 card).When I play a game in full screen mode all seems OK but when I exit the game then I just get the mouse pointer on a black screen.There must be something present since the cursor changes as I move it, normal pointer -> hand over a link etc. It's just that black on black isn't very readable.
How can you do that in lubuntu 10.04? In xubuntu 9.10 I could do that, if I use gnome-power-manager and gnome-screensaver, and use gnome-power-manager's icon to suspend/hibernate, but I don't see that kind of option in lubuntu.
This obnoxious bar has just appeared in Smplayer at the top of the screen. It stays there even when I go full screen. Now full screen isn't full screen and there are black edges on both sides of the screen. I have not be able to figure out how to hide it. I do not need or want this onscreen display. How can I configure Smplayer to make this go away? How can I get my 16:9 full screen aspect ratio back? I have done nothing to mplayer or smplayer as far as editing any or changing any configuration files. I tried several videos and it displays on all of them. It was not there last time I used Smplayer.
another post about this. I just don't know how to handle this, as I'm pretty nsee the grub loading menu, but screen just freezes after, no way I can reboot, or open a console. In recovery mode I can log as root in console, though.I run Debian 6, 64 bits. I have an intel q6600 and a nvidia geforce 9800GX2.
I was messing around with the screen orientation and thought it would be funny to orient it sideways. Big mistake The screen went black.I can force a shutdown, login and I get the same black screen. I tried hooking up an external monitor and the monitor showed no input so I'm guessing my laptop doesn't have that capability with Fedora.This is my main computer.
The above is my setup and Ubuntu runs perfectly fine when it is being cold booted, i.e. I shut it down during the night and boot it in the morning, it boots perfectly fine. But while using, it suddenly freezes and I'm only able to move my mouse pointer and nothing else works on the screen. I tried doing the Ctrl+Alt+(F1/F2/...) but nothing works.
So when I restart it using the power switch, it goes into the black screen and nothing loads up. I'm stuck over here. And if I turn it off for around 30mins by removing the power plug, and then reboot it again, Ubuntu loads without any problem and runs for sometime, then again the same freezing problem happens and I have to wait for another 30mins to boot it up again.
I have a 28" monitor connected to it and it runs at 1920 x 1200 (16:10) resolution at 60Hz.
Running 10.04 64bit When using Microsoft LifeCam VX-6000 webcam/mic combo - no video (black screen). Microphone works, webcam light goes on. Seems like the driver (uvcvideo) sees the webcam and supports, but no video comes out. Kernel: 2.6.32-24-generic Driver: uvcvideo DMesg:
I am having great difficulty viewing a series of educational videos (MMS streams) in Ubuntu 10.04, which view perfectly in Windows XP. All I get is a black screen. No matter whether I use Firefox or Chrome or Opera, No matter whether with MPlayer, Totem or VLC.
I have tried everything I could find by googling (basically trying different media players and plugins) but nothing works. This is my final attempt! Anyone have any ideas, or similar problems?
I'm really new to Linux (meaning that I never programmed or anything) but have a major issue here: I have been using Ubuntu since 9.04 (always upgrading) and always with this Laptop, without problems. Then I installed 10.10, didn't like it and downgraded to 10.04. Thats when the issue came up. So now I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 and have an Intel GMA 4500 graphic card. That, though, is all I know about the graphics on my Laptop.
The problem:Every now and then (mostly right after logging in, then randomly) my monitor will flicker quickly and then go black completely.
After I close the laptop and open it up again, the screen works fine for some seconds, then, without moving anything, it goes black again. Sometimes it just stays normal, too. Just changing the angle of the monitor doesn't help, only closing it completely and opening it.
1) It could be the cable loop.BUT: The issue only appears after logging on to Linux. And moving the monitor doesnt help, just closing it completely.
2) Graphic driver.I have no idea how the software part of Linux works considering graphics. I have read that many people have had problems with GMA 4500, so my hope is that it can be fixed.
I recently upgraded to Ubuntu 11.04. I didn't really find the Unity interface useable (I didn't like Ubuntu Netbook Edition for this exact reason) and am running it in Classic mode. I have a Acer Aspire One D255, Intel Atom processor, etc. When I start the computer up from a hibernate, the screen goes black with a set of random colored pixels at the top corner. I have a mouse but nothing else.
I haven't installed or changed my system in anyway apart from the usual updates and all was fine until about a week ago. I can play videos back through any of the native linux players VLC, Movie player - But I only get black screen with sound - it was working fine and then suddenly - boink? The only program that can play back sound and video now is avidemux
I purged VLC - but I already knew it wouldn't fix it - since it was system wide So I installed VLC through winetricks to check and guess what - it works - all formats Anyone know what the problem could be? or more importantly how to fix it?