Nvidia Jetson Xavier AGX Developer Kit, Running Ubuntu 18.04.4, tegra 4.9.140
I have been using DetectNet for some time, using it with a Camera to perform object recognition and display the image with bounding boxes on a GUI. However, I booted it up today and it booted into a command-line mode (from reading other posts it could be called ‘text-mode’) and I can’t find a way to restart the GUI.
One thing to note is when I booted it up it asked me if I wanted to run ‘unminimize’ because some unnecessary packages had been removed, so I ran that anyway incase but it made no difference. Other things I have tried (rebooting in between as required):
sudo systemctl set-default graphical.target
No change after reboot
sudo systemctl start gdm3.service
sudo service gdm3 start
(using ctrl+alt +f2 or ctrl+alt +f1 only opened other text consoles)
When I try and run my GUI app from the command line, I get the following error:
[OpenGL] failed to open X11 server connection
[OpenGL] failed to create X11 window
How can I re-enable or reinstall the GUI (which I think was Gnome?), preferably without having to reflash or reinstall the whole OS again?
Thanks in advance.