I've been having this problem since I upgraded to Debian 10.1. For some reason, xdm doesn't always start properly after boot. If I reboot it works.
I don't have much experience diagnosing systemd, but in /var/log, when this happens, Xorg.0.log is not touched. xdm.log is touched, but is empty. Entry in syslog says
systemd: xdm.service Main process exited, code=killed, status=12/USR2
Is there anyone out there with a Thinkpad t14s AMD, who installed Arch Linux, and had issues with audio? I've been trouble-shooting for about a day now, I've tried everything I can think of and everything the web says, and I'm at my whit's end! I'll work on writing down everything I've tried soon, but I need a break from this mess. 😒😣😭
#screenshotsunday almost late ;-)
managed to install Artix ,
Not as hard as I have expected, even though there are still some problems I have yet to solve,
but, at least it is now a usable system :-)
Feel free to ask questions!
I just discovered my Brother-in-Law produces music on Bandcamp.
Consider throwing him a few bones for his music?
Have you voted for the upcoming @email@example.com 11 (Bullseye) release's wallpaper yet?
Maybe it's primacy bias but I'm a fan of the first two! SoftDebian and Debian 3D Dark.
Review the artwork: https://wiki.debian.org/DebianDesktop/Artwork/Bullseye
Vote here: https://surveys.debian.net/
wkwkwkwk equal results, guess I'll try both
Linux geeks doing what Linux geeks do...