Op zondag 22 juli 2018 20:35:57 CEST schreef Andreas Färber:
Am 22.07.2018 um 13:26 schrieb 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.
It is not. Allwinner vs. Broadcom.
My experiments with it will be continued, but if you have any advice I will be happy to receive it.
My advice: Don't do that. Use a proper image, don't reuse Raspberry Pi images on non-Raspberry-Pi boards. Same for most other boards, but the Raspberry Pi uses a special MBR partitioning whereas you want GPT here. Not to mention "wrong" bootloader packages.
If apparently you have the bootloader on eMMC instead of SD, you can use the generic JeOS-efi.aarch64 image, for instance.
Which one? I see the JeOS-efi.aarch64 install version and the normal version. Should I put the openSUSE boot image on the eMMC and how?
The reason to ask is that "uname -a" shows the Debian kernel name. The root partition is on the SD. With "yast partitioner" I can enlarge the root partition and create a swap partition on the SD. I leave the eMMC alone.