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[opensuse] Problems with upgrade to LEAP
I am using wicked in Leap 42.1. When I execute wicked show config all I get:

lo up
link: #1, state up
type: loopback
config: compat:suse:/etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-lo
leases: ipv4 static granted
leases: ipv6 static granted
addr: ipv4 [static]
addr: ipv6 ::1/128 [static]

eth1 device-unconfigured
link: #2, state down, mtu 1500
type: ethernet, hwaddr 00:19:b9:85:2c:bb
wlan1 device-unconfigured
link: #3, state down, mtu 1500
type: wireless

When I go to the Yast network settings, it does not give me any option for the devices as in 13.2 If I execute the lsmod command, both the b44 and ssd modules are loaded as expected. It I edit the device under yast and tell it to use b44, and then return the field is blank again. if I

wicked ifreload all
eth0 no-device
wlan0 no-device

even though the modules are loaded.

grub also appears to have become confused. On boot there is a message that says it is trying to boot by UUID and I get a 1.5 minute timeout while it tries. It is eventually successful. That message does not appear is my dmesg listing, but I do get the following message:

Kernel command line: BOOT_IMAGE=/boot/vmlinuz-4.1.13-5-default root=UUID=67655536-6308-45bb-a4d4-3ce065e5e1f3 video=1920x1200@60 processor.ignore_ppc=1 resume=/dev/disk/by-uuid/486575f8-5169-44e7-ba5b-8268e2a7bfb8 splash=silent quiet showopts

Should I just run grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg to make a new one, or is something else going on?

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