Unable to boot into my manjaro

Hello world!

So, I’ve been using manjaro for more than a month and I never had a problem. But yesterday, I tryed to boot and I couldn’t.
I have a dual boot with windows 10 pro.
The exact problem is that when I select to boot from manjaro, it shows the usual terminal screen and then it should let me put my password and log in. But instead, what hapens is that, it shows the usual screen and then there’s an entier black screen except for an underscore on the top left blinking. And it never gets to the log in page. What should I do?
I read that some people has this problem because they installed something or updated something, I don’t remember doing so.

What do you think it’s going on? What sould I do?

Thank you!

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Give as information :slight_smile:

  1. Change to a tty: CTRL+ALT+F3
  2. login
  3. type inxi -Fazy | curl -F'file=@-' https://0x0.st
  4. type journcalctl -b0 | curl -F'file=@-' https://0x0.st
  5. type cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log | curl -F'file=@-' https://0x0.st
  6. post at least the links here.

That would be far more helpful.

Have you recently updated your kernel to an unstable one I got the same problem when I did that

Thanks for the contributions!

So, I followed the first link @cscs and I got to the terminal, I updated mirrors and Syyu. I installed again nvidia drivers. But nothing improved.

I tryed manjaro-chroot -a but the command was not found.

Now I’m going to try what @megavolt said.


No, I didn’t.

For the first two, I got:
-bash: inix: command not found
https:// 0x0.st/-k.txt

For the third one:
https:// 0x0.st/i5n6.json

I couldn’t include links, so there’s a space between "https:// " and the rest of the link.



https:// 0x0.st/iRre.txt

About the journcalctl -b0 | curl -F'file=@-' https://0x0.st
it says:
-bash: journcalctl: command not found

I searched it on the internet and it’s probably “journalctl” not “journcalctl”, I got this link:
https:// 0x0.st/iRrt.txt


Nvidia driver has not been found:

nov 21 12:21:38 DSKTP-MNJR-JRDN systemd-modules-load[336]: Failed to find module 'nvidia'
nov 21 12:21:38 DSKTP-MNJR-JRDN systemd-modules-load[336]: Failed to find module 'nvidia-drm'

Same here:

  Device-1: NVIDIA TU116 [GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER] vendor: Gigabyte driver: N/A 
  alternate: nouveau bus ID: 2b:00.0 chip ID: 10de:21c4 
  Display: server: X.org 1.20.9 driver: N/A note: display driver n/a 
  FAILED: nvidia tty: 128x48 
  Message: Advanced graphics data unavailable in console. Try -G --display 

Kernel 5.9 does not support 440xx.

pacman -Sg linux59-extramodules | grep nvidia
linux59-extramodules linux59-nvidia-390xx
linux59-extramodules linux59-nvidia-450xx
linux59-extramodules linux59-nvidia-455xx
  Kernel: 5.9.8-2-MANJARO x86_64 bits: 64 compiler: gcc v: 10.2.0 
  parameters: BOOT_IMAGE=/boot/vmlinuz-5.9-x86_64 
  root=UUID=10bcb584-536c-44d6-ba4b-0baa1df83b89 rw quiet apparmor=1 
  security=apparmor udev.log_priority=3 3 
  Console: tty 3 DM: LightDM 1.30.0 Distro: Manjaro Linux 

Solution here:

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Thanks! I could solve it by following the link you shared. Do you know why this happened or how can I prevent this to happen again?

Thank you very much!

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Before upgrading the Kernel, check which nvidia driver versions are supported. The nvidia driver is optional and therefore you need to check it yourself.

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