On Fri, 4 Oct 2019 12:13:40 +0300
Angelo Moreschini <mrangelo.fedora(a)gmail.com> wrote:
For transport reasons I had disassembled and re-installed on a
different case, my computer (with windows 10 and fedora 30).
The technician has successfully performed the reassembly operation,
however, on booting Windows 10 the computer works correctly, while
booting via fedora the procedure allows you to log in (with a
previously registered user name) but after that, the graphical menu
environment does not appear .
I can use still fedora in text mode (by Cntrl Alt F 1 -F3), however I
cannot activate the graphical menu environment.
How to activate the disappeared graphic environment?
some advice ?
I don't know how to activate it in wayland, but if you run the
following commands in your home directory from a virtual console
(e.g. Ctrl-Alt-F1, they will start gnome in X.
echo '#! /bin/bash' > $XCLIENTS
echo ' ' >> $XCLIENTS
chmod +x $XCLIENTS
echo 'GSESSION="$(type -p gnome-session)"' >> $XCLIENTS
echo 'exec $GSESSION' >> $XCLIENTS