I know, and it’s OK. If you don’t want to continue, that’s fine. But you can’t expect someone to automagically know you have an old, EOL and thus unsupported kernel still installed. Especially when your info shows kernel 5.19:
I understand that you are trying to help, but it really hasn’t moved one bit towards solution. Till now i have deleted the drivers, deleted conky and it’s dependencies, and also stuck in tty. Now i am typing this from my phone
Now i tried switching kernels even then i am getting same errors. Previously my kernel was 519. Now i switched to 515, still getting not found linux513-nvidia.
How can i now get the xserver started and install the drivers? Nvidia-smi is working and outputs driver Version 515.65
Hmmm…OK, honestly? I’m becoming s little lost here. The only other thing I can think of is that maybe xorg-server didn’t do anything because it wasn’t really uninstalled. In which case, this command might be better:
pamac reinstall --overwrite='*' xorg-server
If this doesn’t work, I’ll have to call in reinforcements.