I got a serious problem after trying to fix a grafic driver problem.
I followed NVIDIA - ArchWiki
I created a new /etc/x11/xorg.conf file and now I get only a message “failed to start Light Display Manager” booting my computer.
Is there a option to delete this file with grub?
Does manjaro have a save mode or is there an other option?
Sorry I’m newbee
Well why would you do that?
Maybe thats for after… for now please see this:
Then if all you need to do is delete that file, the command would be:
sudo rm /etc/X11/xorg.conf
And to reboot you can use
(note - commands and files in linux are CaSe-sEnSiTiVe)
Thanx for your reply
I have only access to grub.
I doubt that file will stop you from booting into runlevel 3, as it specifically doesnt start a graphical server.
You can also start the PC from a live DVD/USB, access the hard drive via the file browser and delete it.