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Debian comes with this small package for detecting virtualisation type: $ sudo apt-get install virt-what $ virt-what and little bigger because Perl dependencies: $ sudo apt-get install imvirt $ imvirt
Type: gdm3 into the command line. This should start the gui. If this does not work: login to tty1 apt-get update apt-get upgrade -y apt-get install -f gdm3 UPDATE: I found some more to this workaround which may help you: apt-get install chkconfig chkconfig --level 2 gdm3 gdm3 Now the system should take you to the graphical mode. Other users also ...
When troubleshooting anything with serial connections, try a null modem cable. You mentioned a Startech USB to null modem cable, which makes sense, but you could also have gotten a null-modem adapter, in DB9 or 25 and whatever gender you needed.
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