The solution was to symlink to So it was 
to do
"systemctl set-default"
deleting the existing in  /etc/systemd/system/ 
and reboot. It was symlinked to the wrong target.

On Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at 12:06:31 AM UTC-4 xyzo wrote:

> I have a Kali HVM that was working fine until I installed a few of qubes 
> core packages on it. I installed qubes-usb-proxy, qubes-core-qrexec, 
> qube-core-agent. It required a few more qubes packages as dependencies like 
> qubesdb.etc.. The installation was successful  and I double checked that 
> qrexec, core-agent daemons were successfully running. So everything was 
> good so far. And I was able to attach usb devices to HVM, copy to other Vm 
> from HVM..etc.. But something got messed up in Xorg-server. I'm not sure 
> what exactly happened.  Now every time I boot into the HVM, I have to login 
> through  tty first then type "startx" for xinit to pull up the desktop 
> environment. I already tested with a few different DE, gdm, lightdm. They 
> all worked when I typed startx. So it's not the DE.  it's something in 
> xorg.  This is my Xorg.0.log.  I noticed it says glamor failed. but I 
> failed to fix that. Any help is really appreciated .

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