I installed Fedora 31 (but that doesn’t matter, this question is valid also for 30) using the netinstall ISO and the textual installation (just for fun). I installed Workstation stuff and so on.
My issue is that when the system boots the textual login appears. I can obviously log in, and using
sudo systemctl start gdm the graphical login window appears.
I tried to enable the service with
sudo systemctl enable gdm but after the reboot I find the textual console again.
Well, I know, it is a dumb question, but which service it is supposed to be enabled in order to start the display manager log in window after the system boot?
i dont know if this will do diference but in the ArchWiki the command indicated to this , should be:
sudo systemctl enable gdm.service
Note it is
gdm.service in place of
gdm I though i had a similar issue when i did enable fstrim.service with this.
Thank you for your answer.
No way. It doesn’t start at boot.
systemctl enable gdm.service isn’t the same as
systemctl enable gdm?
You need to change the default systemd target. To do this, execute the following command:
systemctl set-default graphical.target
It did the trick. Thank you.
Yes it is … i am dumb
Well… that makes two of us.
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