From your statement. that OpenSuse is no more interested to port OS for
the AMRV6 boards such as Raspüberry Pi,
as as OpenLinux since Version 4.1, I will now have to switch to the
Edgar, DJ3PU, from Munich.
Am 01.08.2013 10:34, schrieb Michael Ströder:
Andrew Wafaa wrote:
On 31-07-2013 02:45, Mike Veltman wrote:
Its a bit sad that a board that already has sold
1.5 million pieces is
not fully supported.
My raspberry group here in Singapore is a lot bigger then my openSUSE
group.. And I can not use
OpenSUSE on my raspberries... :/
What really frustrates me
Feel free to join in and help get it all working if it frustrates you that much.
As we've explained several times, the Pi uses the old ARMv6 architecture and
is almost the sole user nowadays (from a general compute perspective).
openSUSE is looking forward, and when we re-started the ARM porting effort we
made it crystal clear that our focus is on ARMv7 and above (including ARMv8).
I'm quite sure that most people lurking on this list like me are
interested in an openSUSE ARM port simply for getting it on the Raspberry Pi.
The better ARM-based boards are too expensive to compete with fan-less
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