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In this case, please install the latest available kernel and install its headers too. That kernel you're running is TOO old ( 2010?)
You are missing the kernel-headers package which is a dependency for the nvidia Unified Driver module to be built. Install the kernel-headers package for your kernel version and reinstall the nvidia binary driver. dpkg-reconfigure should sort you out with the nvidia package after installing kernel headers.
Indeed you just need to use one of the text-based editors, and lucky you can find many which is installed by default. The most known/used text based editors are: nano(the easiest), Learn to use Vi(Traditional Linux editor), Learn to use pico(indeed it's just a symlink to nano) and sure you can install tons of other text-based editors. Now to do what ...
Open the TTY1 (Ctl + Alt + F1 ) and run this sed command : sed -i '/^RUN=no$/s/no$/yes/' /etc/default/saned /^RUN=no$/ will match the line RUN=no On that line we are substituting no with yes by s/no$/yes/ -i option is to edit the file in place. Test : $ sed '/^RUN=no$/s/no$/yes/' /etc/default/saned # Defaults for the saned initscript, from ...
Switch to tty1 with Ctrl+Alt+F1 and login. Edit the file with sudo nano /etc/default/saned Ctrl+O for save and Ctrl+X to leave the editor. Or use the short command below … Ok, @heemayl we have a sed version, therefore we need a perl version also =) sudo perl -i -pe 's/(^RUN=)no/$1yes/' /etc/default/saned Example The starting situation % cat ...
yes it is possible first tell in any tty use command export DISPLAY=":1" after this command you must start x manager by typing startx then you can start there and when you press ctrl+alt+f9 you will see new x window manager
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