Op zondag 22 juli 2018 13:26:02 CEST schreef Freek de Kruijf:
Instead of a Banana Pi M3 I got a Banana Pi M64, of which I was uncertain that the processor was the same as the one on a Raspberry Pi 3B. Still I did put the image for the Raspberry Pi 3B (aarch64) on a micro-SD card and booted the BPi. I was very happy to see the system came alive.
Before this I did put the Debian image on the eMMC and was able to boot that system without a micro-SD card. On this system I inserted the micro-SD with the above mentioned openSUSE system, which came alive. The initialization of the system was not completely as it should be. There was no swap at the end of the micro-SD card and the root partition was not enlarged. I did put the swap on the eMMC, effectively erasing what was there and enlarged the root partition on the micro-SD.
However after that I did a "zypper dup --no-recommends" and did a reboot. The system does not start anymore.
My experiments with it will be continued, but if you have any advice I will be happy to receive it.
Left the eMMC with Debian untouched and now I have a working updated Tumbleweed system after "zypper dup --no-r" and a reboot. However "uname -a" reports the Debian BPI kernel name.