Brilliant, it found the GT 750 and is now asking for configuration. Cool beans!
I’ll let you know how it goes.
Sitting at choosing install. Is taking some time finding the drive.
It did not find the drive so I asked to go to console and it flashed a screen and went back to screen one. Once I moved on to screen two it had found the drive.
And the install is rolling…
Install completed, and now I have to tell it to boot UEFI, which I’ve never done or needed before.
Something else went awry, it said Starting session on vt-9 but the only virtual terminal is 0, and I have the login prompt. No screens found.
But I see that modules and fonts are loaded for Xorg. But no video driver, not even vesa.
dmesg shows that it found a VGA compatible display, and the nvidia card.
vgapci0 is vesa, and so is vgapci1, and vgapici1 is also the boot video device, hdac1 it recognizes as nvidia. I’ve not gotten to the significance of hdac1 but without the nvidia driver loaded…
Now I need to locate the driver and see what happens when I try to load it. (I did tell it to install the latest driver during install.)
OK, driver was in /boot/modules/nvidia.ko and it loaded fine manually. I should probably make a config change to tell it to do it under /usr/local/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/.
I’m woefully out of touch but I think I can clobber together the config. (After dinner.)