I've been loading up a the new SuSe10.00 DVD.
All is great and all my hardware is being detected.
when I finish and do my first boot up, using the boot manager located on the HDD, everything seems nice and preety.
I get all the expected information of the system starting all the various demons etc.
but it wont run the GUI, the first time this happened I decided I had done something wrong, so I re-installed, then had the same problem.
I did an install with a "check for error" that is available on the DVD, no problems here, or so it would seem.
So I re-installed, this time using Gnome as my preferred desktop rather than KDE.
I tried booting into Safe mode, and I can log on as root or the various users.
From the root prompt (or user's) I've tried typing /:Gnome but I allways get the same error saying that the graphics can't start.
I walk away whilst I'm loading up the software... baking cakes for Xmass
should I sit in front of my pc whilst it sorts itself out (it does take hours to install though).
Also I am running a tripple boot at the moment (don't ask
Win 2000, Win 95, and Suse10 - when I get it working) could this be my problem?