WOW, not a neat start for Linux, apologies for that. Hope it's not an off-put for you.
"fatal server error. no screens found
means the xorg.conf is not up to scratch.
move/backup whatever as xorg.conf you already have:
mv /etc/X11/xorg.cong /etc/X11/xorg.back
let's see if X is clever enough to figure things out on its own, enter:
in the console. Success? Cool, if not, read on...if yes, skip to the spot marked (*)
become root user
and supply the root pasword, mind the hyphen, it's part of the line.
next, enter this:
this will supply an xorg.conf.new
in the current folder (/root normally)
test with this line
Xorg -config xorg.conf.new
or, add "-retro
" if needed (in case of a blank screen)
Now, on to the next step, if this is successfull
place the new xorg in its proper place:
cp /root/xorg.conf.new /etc/X11/xorg.conf
((*) - X seemed to work, this is next)
edit /etc/inittab, you may need to use vi:
gloss over the text, see a line like this?
If so, remove the hash in front of it and place one in front of the other line, where id:3
Save and reboot.
in the console - you're still "root", so that's okay...
Let us know where you ended up!