starting in upstart mode but not in normal graphical mode

Asked by Dharmendra Mishra on 2016-08-08

I have Ubuntu 16.04.1 upgraded from Ubuntu 14.04 but every time I start the computer it starts in console mode.
After login and rebooting it starts in advance mode and starts in "upstart mode". I am new to Ubuntu.

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2016-08-08
Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said : #2

Oops, wrong number above.

Looks similar to https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/323399

Patrick Moy (ptmy) said : #3

Manfred, the link you provided here sends me to a similar problem reported by me, which contains a link you provided that sends me here - circular reference! Do you know of a solution to this problem?

Patrick Moy (ptmy) said : #4

I have almost the same problem. A complete cold start (boot after pulling power) using Systemd results in a blank screen. Re-booting to Systemd after successful boot using "upstart" results in console mode. Booting using "upstart" always works.

Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said : #5

Sorry for the wrong question reference in my first posting. I did not want to create a reference to your own posting, but to another one, see #2.

You might try setting upstart as default, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SystemdForUpstartUsers#Permanent_switch_back_to_upstart

Patrick Moy (ptmy) said : #6

Yes, I know I can reset the default to "upstart." But since Systemd is supposed to be the long-term solution, do you know to fix Systemd so that I don't have to go back to "upstart?" How does one go about reporting this problem to the Ubuntu team?

Patrick Moy (ptmy) said : #7

Oh, I see dharmen-mishra has already reported the problem.

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