On 23.04.15 01:40, Alex Armstrong wrote:
Alexander Graf wrote:
Am 22.04.2015 um 18:51 schrieb Freek de Kruijf
Op woensdag 22 april 2015 18:10:50 schreef Freek de Kruijf:
Op zaterdag 14 maart 2015 14:13:56 schreef Alex
> Freek de Kruijf wrote:
>> I tried to use openSUSE-Factory-ARM-JeOS-raspberrypi.armv6l-1.12.1-
>> Build280.1.raw.xz from
>> spberryPi:/upstream/images/ on a headless system.
>> When using the 13.2 image I have to remove the file
>> /var/lib/YaST2/reconfig_system and the system boots and I can log in via
>> ssh. However the image above does not have such a file and I don't see
>> the Ethernet interface coming up.
> So, the main problem is that the 280.1 image is broken and doesn't
> boot. It hangs at 'Starting kernel ...' after loading u-boot. The last
> image I tried headless was 266.3, and for that one I didn't need to do
> anything special. The YaST Firstboot stuff was disabled, so it went
> directly to a login prompt - and ssh was running.
I tried the latest, Build304.7 from April 17, but still the same problem. I
don't have a working Ethernet connection. Is someone having the 266.3 and
able to send it to me? Or is there something to circumvent this problem?
is definitely faulty. When after xzcat I mount lxroot and do
"ls -l etc/" I get like the following:
-????????? ? ? ? ? ? aliases
d????????? ? ? ? ? ? aliases.d
d????????? ? ? ? ? ? alternatives
-????????? ? ? ? ? ? bash.bashrc
d????????? ? ? ? ? ? bash_completion.d
I also tried Build293.7 from:
which also does not give me ssh access, because Ethernet does not come up. At
least this one does not have the faulty etc/ folder.
Is anyone interested in
working on openQA support for serial port and those boards? I think that's the only
sensible way forward to ensure we don't keep breaking random machines.
Well, I know nothing about openQA, but I am interested in working
images. If you point me in the right direction I'll take a look at it.
landing page is a bit sparse.
I agree that it's seriously lacking a proper web page, but it's the tool
of choice for openSUSE automated testing. I can certainly put up a small
test farm with all the board types we have lying around if someone else
takes care of making openQA work with them and writes the test cases.
The github repository is at
where you should hopefully also find some documentation.
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