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Now you can successfully solve the GDM issue.

The solution is change gdm(display manager) to another , for example lightdm. You must run your pc without a GUI interface, you could do that by change run level to 3 on GRUB2.

First you have to change runlevel to 3
Login with your user name account and password.
Then install lightdm

$ sudo dnf install lightdm

Now disable gdm.service

$ sudo systemctl disable gdm.service
$ sudo systemctl enable lightdm

Stop gdm and start lightdm

$ sudo systemctl stop gdm
$ sudo systemctl start lightdm

Then reboot your pc

$ reboot

thanks pals, greetings from Ecuador, you could use open drivers but if you like to install proprietary driver , it is possible on fedora 28 workstation.

On fedora 28 workstation

Now you can successfully solve the GDM issue.

The solution is change gdm(display manager) to another , for example lightdm. You must run your pc without a GUI interface, you could do that by change run level to 3 on GRUB2.

First you have to change runlevel to 3
Login with your user name account and password.
Then install lightdm

$ sudo dnf install lightdm

Now disable gdm.service

$ sudo systemctl disable gdm.service
$ sudo systemctl enable lightdm

Stop gdm and start lightdm

$ sudo systemctl stop gdm
$ sudo systemctl start lightdm

Then reboot your pc

$ reboot

thanks pals, greetings from Ecuador, you could use open drivers but if you like to install proprietary driver , it is possible on fedora 28 workstation.

On fedora 28 workstation

Now you can successfully solve the GDM issue.

The solution is change gdm(display manager) to another , for example lightdm. You must run your pc without a GUI interface, you could do that by change run level to 3 on GRUB2.

First you have to change runlevel to 3
Login with your user name account and password.
Then install lightdm

$ sudo dnf install lightdm

Now disable gdm.servicegdm.service and enable lightdm

$ sudo systemctl disable gdm.service
$ sudo systemctl enable lightdm

Stop gdm and start lightdm

$ sudo systemctl stop gdm
$ sudo systemctl start lightdm

Then reboot your pc

$ reboot

thanks pals, greetings from Ecuador, you could use open drivers but if you like to install proprietary driver , it is possible on fedora 28 workstation.