I have a Ubuntu Gnome 13.10 installed on my laptop. (Almost) everything worked fine, until yesterday, when after booting it up I got greeted by a black/blank screen.
I've got a Futjisu S761 laptop with
Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2410M CPU @ 2.30GHz, which means (I believe), that my graphics card is
Intel HD Graphics 3000.
What I did before:
As far as I remember, all I did was installing the new font rendering packages as stated in the accepted answer in Ugly fonts in Java applications and did an
- GRUB works fine. I can select the OS from there with no problem.
- OS seems booting properly. I can see the "BIOS kvm disabled" message, or something along these lines. It's always been there.
- If I remove the "splash" option from GRUB, there are no errors thrown at the startup.
- Then I can see the GDM splash screen -- the foot with the three dots. After the first dot lights up, it goes straight to the blank screen. It doesn't turn off, because I can see it's lit up.
- I can go to single-user mode by pressing Alt+Ctrl+F1.
- I can
startxafter logging in.
- Everything works fine after that (including suspend and hibernate).
- Tried all troubleshooting options in
- Looked into
Xorg.0.log, saw nothing interesting.
I don't know what can be wrong, I have never encountered such a problem in any of the Linux distros I've tried on my laptop.
Here's the Xorg.0.log: http://pastebin.com/L5C2hqvn