Read the openings post, it need be placed in "/usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/" (you can make the file with eg "Nano" but there are more editors, use the one which you know best )heyy i have the same issue but can someone explain to me more clear how I'm supposed to do this whole process where i should put this code:
in proxmox or in windows on cmd cause im get lost
and if someone have a video explanation I Would really apriciate that
Why don't you start a new thread....provide your setup etc...EDIT: Always check that you type everything correctly. After trying for good 10 times and failing every time, frustrated I went letter by letter slowly again, and I figured out I remembered the config file name incorrectly. Please ignore me here. Everything works as expected. Thank you!
So I was able to set this up, and everything worked exactly as described. I got into the installation!
Then selecting drives came up, and instead of all my drives, I was presented with a choice between SSD1 or SSD2, which are supposed to be a part of Hardware RAID1 config. I've read stuff online, decided to give zfs a try, rebooted, removed ALL my RAID configuration from the BIOS and started over.
Now I can't get this thing to work again. I'm following the exact same steps as before, to the dot, but now my X server just never starts. With the exact same error message as before. "Cannot run in framebuffer mode. Please specify busIDs."
I'm at a loss here. I'm trying to install this on AMD Ryzen 9 7900X so my understanding is this CPU is just too new for the kernel, but I had the setup run once successfully.
Only because I had to disable the hardware RAID configuration I had to reboot, and I can't get the damn thing to get into the setup again.
Could the RAID config be a factor in any way here?
Depending on which text editor you used. If you went by the Youtube guide and used vi - it's ESC, ; (semicolon), then type wq (w - write changes; q - exit) and enter.Hello! After writing the section code, how can I save it? Pressed ESC key and it keep in the code edit. Thanks
Used the YT video on my Beelink S12 Pro (N100) and it worked as well. Was beating my head into a wall trying the steps over and over again until I realized that the folder name is capitalized for X11 (/usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/P).. once I sorted that it worked like a champ.
Sounds like you have other issues. If I had to guess, please ensure your BIOS/UEFI is set to actually boot from the disk you chose to install on! That's outside the purview of proxmoxThanks for that solution. It does result in GUI and installation completes. However, once it does and informes it will reboot in few seconds, the GUI drops to command line. After that, ctrl+D reboots the machine, but the disk chosen for installation remains not bootable (I tried, ZFS, BTRFS and ETX4). So the end result is Proxmox still cannot be installed.
Damn - you've saved me going insane. I was using a lowercase 'x' too.Used the YT video on my Beelink S12 Pro (N100) and it worked as well. Was beating my head into a wall trying the steps over and over again until I realized that the folder name is capitalized for X11 (/usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/P).. once I sorted that it worked like a champ.