Inverse of logarithmic function

I have this problem: $f:(0,\mathrm{\infty})\to \mathbb{R}$

$$f(x)=x+1+\mathrm{ln}x$$

g is the reverse of f.

I tried to solve the problem like this $y=f(x);x+\mathrm{ln}x=y-1$ and I got stuck

The problem is:

$g(2)=$? Also g'(2) =? Anyone got any idea?

I have this problem: $f:(0,\mathrm{\infty})\to \mathbb{R}$

$$f(x)=x+1+\mathrm{ln}x$$

g is the reverse of f.

I tried to solve the problem like this $y=f(x);x+\mathrm{ln}x=y-1$ and I got stuck

The problem is:

$g(2)=$? Also g'(2) =? Anyone got any idea?