Ok, so here’s my issue. Re-installed Antergos the other day after and update screwed up my system a week ago. Initially, I had reinstalled KDE but, after last night, became frustrated when an update once again screwed me up. I struggled with that update to get my pc working again and then decided to reinstall. Of course the update that screwed me up with an nvidia driver. I have been screaming at this pc all day. I swear, the next pc I build or buy will not have an nvidia card of any kind in it.
Anyway, a few hours back I reinstalled kde but that resulted in a grey screen after login. I searched all around here for a solution but found the same one I had tried earlier. Then I installed Gnome. This one is even worse. I don’t even get a login screen.
Let me tell you what I did so that you understand.
When antergos finished installing and I got to a blank bootup screen I did ctrl alt f2 and installed the correct drivers for my system.
I have a GeForce 6500 card so my drivers are 304xx.
I installed, via pacman, the following.
Then I ran mkinitcpio -P linux
Now when I boot up I do not get a login screen for gnome. Instead I get a black desktop with a blue square in the upper right hand corner of my screen. I do not know what else to do. I cannot run nvidia-config. I have already tried this. Any suggestions?