Op maandag 21 oktober 2019 11:00:49 CEST schreef u:
On 20/10/2019 18:18, Freek de Kruijf wrote:
Op vrijdag oktober 2019 23:15:42 CEST schreef
Freek de Kruijf:
> Op dinsdag 24 september 2019 16:49:42 CEST schreef Matthias Brugger:
>> On 24/09/2019 13:24, Linux Kamarada wrote:
>>> Hi, everyone!
>>> 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
>> 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
You will need to add console=tty boot parameter. But no USB, so no
What am I
I connected a serial device to the UART pins on the GPIO and got the
running with output and input on this console.
Build31.12 from the above repository did not work. The above working
system is with Build26.1.
Updated the wiki to reflect this fact.
Thanks. The project is not meant to always provide working images. I'm
working on a Tumbleweed image.
I do not expect that. It is meant to warn other users.
I tried to
enable Wired Ethernet but this failed so far. Any suggestions?
Wait, the patches are not upstream. We are working on it.
OK. I am patiently waiting. Indeed the message Chester Lin mentioned is found
in the journal. But I do not have the skills to do anything with his
I even have a problem with screen to connect via my USB serial line to the
RPi4. I can't find how to change the window size from 24x80 to something
larger. I tried "C-a : width -w 132 48" and "C-a : displays" these
my lines are cut off at 80.
Freek de Kruijf
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