So here’s my problem.:
I installed NomadBSD on a USB stick to test it, it worked fine and when it booted, it started the desktop automatically. After that, I started the installation of NomadBSD on my SSD. The installation was doing it’s things and finished after some time. After the installation on m SSD, NomadBSD was still running on my USB stick. I’ve shut down my computer so I could boot NomadBSD on my SSD. I removed the USB stick from my PC and THEN I powered on my PC. After starting my computer, it started to load the booting files in the SSD as it’s supposed to and now I have the NomadBSD boot menu in front of me with options with the countdown before booting the OS. I pressed “Enter” and everything started to load. After waiting for everything to load, I have the “Login” screen of FreeBSD with a black background. So what do I do now? Is it supposed to load the desktop environment automatically just like it did when booting from the USB stick or am I supposed to do something at this point? Was I supposed to boot it from the SSD while keeping the USB stick plugged in? Is it because I’m trying to boot it on a computer with 2 CPUs? Is it because I have too much RAM memory(192Gb)? Is it because my SSD is plugged directly to the motherboard on a SATA port? 'Cuz right now I’m kind of lost on what’s supposed to happen or what I’m supposed to do… Can anyone help me figure this out?