okay so I’m a little in over my head but it looks like xorg is too advanced a version for amdgpu to use? my best guess as to what happened was is that i upgrades my packages before installing amdgpu but that’s dumb and apt should have caught that?
.... i’m trying to be careful here because i’m messing with stuff that would make it very difficult to recover from if i good it up. someone suggested using the ignoreabi flag to get it to start anyways but that seems like Not a solution.
okay i got it working now by just running `apt install xorg` and letting apt figure it out
@sireffe the Ctrl+Alt+3 thing is just access to vtts, by default 1 through 6 are vtts and 7 is the graphics screen
so you can Ctrl+Alt+1 to access a vtt and then Ctrl+Alt+7 to go back to desktop
if you want to customize stuff, I like xfce4 more than gnome, but ymmv
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