More than likely your Xorg configuration file is not being generated correctly causing the Xserver to crash on start-up and then sends you into CLI on next boot ...?
... you can display it's contents from the command line with a
it gets changed when you do the
$sudo aticonfig --initial --adapter=all
make sure you do this in a newly opened terminal or the environment variables may not be correct .... also if you have only 1 GPU in your set-up do only the
$sudo aticonfig --initial
Thanks for that MOA.
Not sure if the problem is caused because I re-arranged the cards after updating or because I updated the operating system.
I have a 5870 and a 5970 plugged into the machine in question. Just recently moved PCIe slots for the 5970 though.
Should I maybe add sudo aticonfig --initial --adapter=all
to my .bashrc file???
And what is the harm in adding --adapter=all
to a command when/if I only have 1 GPU?