> Am Dienstag, 22. September 2020 schrieb Uwe Brauer via tde-users:
> Did you get any error message? Or error code (return code), i.e. can you
> say wether that command failed or succeeded?
No nothing it just freezes
> Are you able to switch to console (Ctrl + Alt + F[1-6]) and log in?
> I don't know how Ubuntu handles that stuff, but on Debian you find:
> $ cat /etc/X11/default-display-manager
> Check the contents of that file. I've had this file changed to another
> installed display manager a couple of times during upgrade of
> If you can't log in at all, you can try with a rescue or live system
> from USB or such. Or start with option init=/bin/bash on linux command
> line to have at least a shell.
Ok, I can try this, next time, in the meantime I re installed it leaving
the windows manager to lightdm
The strange thing is: on my actual machine (running 16.04)
the contend of
But tdm starts!!!
But on the other machine I don't dare now to run again
sudo dpkg-reconfigure tdm-trinity
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