My laptop is Lenovo T400, running Ubuntu 10.10.
- My problem: I just run jockey-gtk and installed ATI/AMD proprietary FGLRX graphics driver. But after reboot, there is a short period of graphical "Ubuntu" and then instead of starting X-window it completely changed to command line to ask me to login. Even after login and then issuing xinit, it still failed to start X.
To solve this problem: I followed this post, where one person suggested to
you can simply write
sudo apt-get remove fglrx
This worked for me. If it doesn't work, then try
sudo apt-get remove xorg-driver-fglrx
I actually don't need the driver anyway, so I issued the first command after login under command line.
But after reboot, the situation is even worse, and there is now even no command-line interface to ask me login, instead the screen is completely blank with just some ambient light in the background and Ubuntu is hanging there probably forever. So I have no chance to try the second command the person suggested.
I was wondering what I can do now to solve my problem? Thanks and regards!