This is my first post and I have just turned my back on Windows - so please forgive me having no idea about Linux at all and needing idiot-proof instructions... ;-)
I run the current version of Solus (Budgie) on a Intel NUC6i5SYH (with Intel Graphics 540) and managed to install more or less everything I need (even a virtual machine for Windows and Ms Office).
There is just one thing that really, really annoys me and I could not find a way to solve this problem yet: I always get a black screen when my computer is not used for a while! I guess it does not matter which standby/hibernate/whatever mode it is using at that moment. Whenever the screen switches off (HMDI power off), it remains black and cannot be restored. It seems to make no difference whether the OS is awake and running (with just the screen switched off) or if the system has woken up after a real standby (after moving the mouse or pressing a key) - whatever I do, the screen always remains black. My current workaround is disabling any kind of standby or energy saving, but that is not a long-termin solution, of course...
Searching the internet I found out that there seems to be a generel problem with many Linux distributions and built-in graphic cards, but I could not find instructions how to solve this problem under Solus.
Could one of you please give me instructions how to get rid of this problem?
And, please keep in mind: I have not really an idea of using the terminal, updating drivers or whatever, so I would be thankful to get very, very easy instructions like "open the terminal, type xxxxx and press enter". ;-)
Thank you very much in advance!