Op vrijdag 18 oktober 2019 23:15:42 CET schreef Freek de Kruijf:
Op dinsdag 24 september 2019 16:49:42 CEST schreef
On 24/09/2019 13:24, Linux Kamarada wrote:
AFAIK openSUSE does not support Raspberry Pi 4 Model B yet. 
I’ve bought that board, I know the very basics on how to use it 
and I want to help to port openSUSE to it. How can I start?
I'm working on some (still hacky) support for RPi4.
You can find the JeOS image in my home project .
Beware that I was able to break the build of U-Boot yesterday. I'll try to
fix this tonight.
Today I got my RPi4B system. I tried both images on:
but did not get any result; that is: nothing on the HDMI screen. Tried both
What am I doing wrong?
and got some results: output/input on the serial line.
However no network connection. The eth0 interface is UP and has link local
addresses 169... and fe80::..., but apparently not a proper connection.
I tried Buster on this system and got it working, both via the serial line and
via ssh, but I did not get any output on the HDMI interface. This seems to be
a known problem with certain monitors. I have a TV screen and an ACER display
with HDMI and VGA input, but also a HDMI->VGA converter gives nothing on the
So, my question is: should I get something in the current state on the HDMI
Is there anything I can do to help with getting TW or Leap 15.1/2 running on
Freek de Kruijf
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