It should be noted that the void input driver is installed as well as the dummy video driver. These packages do not function as drivers but allow xorg to be installed without drivers. This is done to avoid installing all drivers including the ones you don't need. Instead we will install the individual drivers that you do need afterwards.
Install your graphics driver
You should now install the display driver for your hardware.
Display drivers for common hardware include:
xserver-xorg-video-vesa (generic display driver)
For example if you have an amd graphics chip you should install the radeon driver.
If you are unsure of your driver you can use the vesa driver for now until you learn more about xorg drivers. It will work with all VESA compliant displays and is also useful to fall back on in the case of a misconfigured driver.
Since it is a dependency of xserver-xorg we cannot remove the evdev driver, fortunately evdev is a unified driver and is suitable for most input devices. This means you don't need to follow this step unless you have specific requirements.
If you have a mouse and keyboard setup you can install those drivers separately if you prefer this behaviour.
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