Gnome on Debian 7-32B4 doesn't run after installing grlf AMD driver
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If you are logging in via gdm, your users ~/.xsession-errors file may contain information as to what's crashing.
Sorry, I'm a newbie in Linux. I don't understand it how I can logging in via gdm. What should I do for it?
Should I run in single mode as root and then execute gdm3 for my login in graphic mode? Or I should make something others?
Does X/gnome automatically start up when you login? If so, wait till you get the error message, then drop to a console by hitting control+alt+f2. Log into the console and then run 'pastebinit ~/.xsession-errors'. You may have to install pastebinit first with apt-get. That command will give you a URL back. Let us know what that URL is.