Using XFCE online version with i3 as a secondary DE.
Nothing is wrong with my system but I have had to reinstall a few times due to critical newbie errors as I have been getting used to EnOS and Linux in General.
I set up timeshift to have a backup on my HDD 1TB drive and know that if my system blows up again I would need to access timeshift from TTY and wanted to learn how to do that.
Unfortunately when I CTRL+ALT+F2 at the login screen it pulls me to the tty but I cant type into it and it looks frozen. It currently just has the startup processes listed like mounted drives auto start programs etc.
I am using Grub and fresh installed yesterday so very little has been introduced to the system.
Nvidia geforce 2070 Prime if that matters.
DP port into my monitor if that also somehow matters.
I use GRUB, and have systemd for running services, as far as I know endeavourOS doesn’t give the option for changing the service manager. (don’t quote me on that)
I assume you will have the same setup, which you can confirm when your home simply by seeing if the logind.conf file exists.
I switched kernals and also had the issue. So it’s likely nvidia I guess. Classic nvidia…I will rebuild my next PC with no nvidia or intel components. As They have decided to hate me on more than this occasion. I guess ill just try not to break my system and chroot in if needed. I am not sure how I would have integrated GPU doing anything. I am on a desktop and thought I disabled that long ago.
Well my friend, “I disabled integrated GPU” raised my both eyebrows. I would not recommend it, and this indicates you changed some stuff already.
Anyway, you can still experiment - connect monitor to different video port, if you have more than one.
Also you could boot from Live CD and practice from it - you have different drivers settings when booting live CD, one of them could work, and give you hint what does not work.
Sorry to be clear I had it disabled on windows. I dont think it stayed disabled. I had to do that about a year ago because I have an old amd graphics card that I used to hook up an old VGA CRT monitor. That monitor im not using anymore and EnOS seems to have detected that my Nvidia card is the main card. But maybe display port is causing issues. I may try HDMI later today and see if somehow that works.