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On Tuesday, 2018-01-30 at 14:08 +0100, Per Jessen wrote:
With 42.2 having gone EOL last week, I figured my
office test system
ought to be upgraded to 42.3 too - not much chance of anything being
fixed on 42.2 anymore.
So I ran a 'zypper dup' which seemed to go fine - except
I prefer the offline method myself.
a) nfs mounts don't work. I can't mount them manually either.
They work on the two systems I have updated, the desktop machine is still
b) instead of a GUI login screen, I get a black screen
with a mouse
I can probably figure (a) out in time, but I'm a little stuck with (b).
I'm using the Nvidia drivers, they worked fine on 42.2.
I have one test partition with 42.3 in this desktop with nvidia hardware.
Now at this moment I don't remember what driver I used. I can find out,
Telcontar:~ # chroot /other/ssd-test/
Telcontar:/ # rpm -qa | grep -i nvidia
Telcontar:/ # rpm -qa | grep -i nv
Well, it is using the open driver.
Suggestions on how to proceed with (b) much welcome.
Dark video... rings a bell, now... what was it?
But it is closed as solved.
Carlos E. R.
(from openSUSE 42.2 x86_64 "Malachite" at Telcontar)
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