A new blank Unity desktop appeared and everything hung... To put x11vnc in view-only mode, include the -viewonly option. Fifth, when the Xorg script begins loading the display it writes a log file to /var/log/Xorg.#.log (where # represents the display number. Turning Secure Boot On Again If I turn on Secure Boot again, I see the same issue. have a peek here
share|improve this answer answered Jul 15 '15 at 8:08 Finn Årup Nielsen 3321311 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I had to deal with the same problem. QXcbConnection: Failed to get the primary output of the screen The X11 connection broke (error 1). When I enter them and click login it behaves exactly the same as I would click "turn_off_button -> Restart X Server". You can install synaptic with sudo apt-get install synaptic or use the Ubuntu software manager. 2) Next I would go to the home directory and remove the following files (if found): https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2174673
kdeinit5: PID 8008 terminated. Nvidia simply does not work nice with Ubuntu. It is like a couple seconds, or more like 30, etc.
lxdm: doesn't work... –Calvin Wahlers Nov 29 '12 at 17:53 OK. However, the following Python script will listen for a single connection then exit krfb: #!/usr/bin/python # Load extra functionality from the 'socket' and 'os' modules from socket import socket, AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM If not both, I'd recommend you either dpkg-reconfigure lightdm or uninstall, reinstall it. This fixed my problem.
For example, you can use GDM with KDE or KDM with GNOME. Anyway thanks, I consider the case 99% closed. teferra (teferra) said on 2013-04-17: #14 actionparsnip solution did not work for me. http://askubuntu.com/questions/223501/ubuntu-gets-stuck-in-a-login-loop Troubleshooting Having Compiz enabled may interrupt screen updates with some servers and clients.
Adv Reply September 16th, 2013 #4 carl4926 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Ubuntu Member Join Date Apr 2009 Location UK Lake District Beans 3,093 DistroUbuntu 16.04 I ran find ! -uid 1000 and there was nothing. /etc/passwd and group look fine. asked 6 years ago viewed 2342 times active 4 years ago Related 3Kubuntu login problem0KDM Login manager wallpapers2Login password problem3Login goes back to login screen0Missing Login screen (kdm missing? Another thing to try is to boot in to recovery mode, then run Code: # mount -o remount,rw / # su username $ cd $ startx and see if X throws
Solution: When at the login screen press CTRL + ALT + F2. share|improve this answer answered May 29 '15 at 9:55 uzhoasit 923611 add a comment| 1 2 next protected by Community♦ Jun 26 '13 at 13:55 Thank you for your interest in Here is an example file that would give you a GNOME desktop: #!/bin/sh # Change "GNOME" to "KDE" for a KDE desktop, or "" for a generic desktop MODE="GNOME" #Uncommment this Solution Five: reconfigure the display manager Reconfigure the display manager or, if you have more than one display manager installed, check which one is set as the default manager then either
Nope. Meyer Oct 6 at 21:20 Thanks a lot, same here - fixed the issue in 14.04. –talha06 Nov 4 at 10:50 | show 1 more comment up vote 9 Hyper Derivative definition. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-login/cannot-login-to-ubuntu-12-04.html I have an external monitor connected to my laptop.
I kind of compare this to "RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR" in Windows, and have never had my user rights changed to any of my files or directories no matter what I do What I believe did eventually resolve the problem for me was this: I moved my configuration files .profile, .bashrc and .pam_environment to other names and then I managed to login. actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said on 2012-05-20: #5 If you don't use sudo for GUI programs you won't get this issue.
After reboot, I could login. There are many different window managers. Otherwise, stop reading here --- the problem is at system level and you'll probably need to reinstall something of the graphic stack. All packages are up-to-date.
Why just use a script to replace sudo, it could automatically judge which command "kdesu" or whatever should be used. You just had to click that button. What to do when Linux won't let you log in..? this contact form There's no built-in way to only allow local connections, although see below for a solution.
Promoting Ubuntu and System 76 at TUXPC Adv Reply September 16th, 2013 #5 jenny3 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Sep 2013 Beans It can be started while your computer is still showing a login screen. Also, it facilitates using in a minimal environment, as it has a tcl/tk based GUI. I realized this is likely a lack of "Linux understanding" on my part, but this kind of issue is just one of myriads of issues over the last 20 years of
Propriety graphics drivers such as those used by ATI and NVIDIA graphics cards can be especially troublesome.