[CentOS] Gnome boot problem (again :-) )

Fri Dec 1 00:35:31 UTC 2017
vychytraly . <vychytraly at gmail.com>

I ended up reinstalling the system. Nothing seemed to help. I am still not
sure what happened. But thank you very much for response :)

On Wed, Nov 29, 2017 at 10:25 AM, Anthony K <akcentos at anroet.com> wrote:

> On 25/11/17 12:09, vychytraly . wrote:
>> Hello friends
>> I was using EL7 on gnome 3 for few months without any problem. Even 2
>> hours
>> ago I had the computer (Laptop running on Nvidia-Prime) turned on and
>> everything was working without flaw. But when I turned on the computer few
>> minutes ago, I got login screen (which does not usually happen, since I
>> have autologin turned on) and when I entered my login credentials I got
>> black screen and went back to login screen. Everytime I entered my
>> credentials the same thing happened so I was stuck in endless login loop.
>> At first I thought it was caused by gnome-extension I updated to new
>> version today.
>> For me, I noticed (on a different terminal - Ctrl+F2) that when I warm
> boot the laptop, the Nvidia Card is not recognized and hence I get that
> login loop.  When this happens, I simply fully shutdown laptop for a minute
> and when I boot up again, the card is found and all is well.  I might as
> well mention that I'm running Ubuntu 16.04 on my laptop so your problem
> might be different but just thought I might mention it just in case...
> https://askubuntu.com/questions/941259/nvrm-no-nvidia-
> graphics-adapter-found
> I used to do exactly like you - drop to shell and start messing with stuff
> until I realized that this is what was happening.  My workaround has been
> to simply shutdown, wait a minute and reboot - works always!
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