On Sonntag, 7. April 2019 21:40:14 CEST you wrote:
Le 7 avr. 2019 à 15:16, Stefan Brüns <email@example.com> a écrit :> On Sonntag, 7. April 2019 19:56:52 CEST Michel Catudal wrote:
I have Funtoo, Gentoo, Arch Linux, Fedora, SuSE and Slackware working on a few arm boards. I am looking to get SuSE Linux to work on the Beagleboard X15. My plan is to have a spin like Fedora calls them.
OpenSuSE Kiwi first sounded like a good starting point but as I read thru the page it appears to only support PCs and laptops.
All board specific openSUSE images are built with kiwi, so it is definitely supported. Typically, the images are built in different flavors, e.g. JeOS (Just enough OS), XFCE, LXQT, KDE, ...
Have a look at the "JeOS" project in the OBS.
Will that work on Fedora 29? When I updated my computer to Ryzen 7 SuSE 42 that I had would crash on a regular basis so I tried different OS. Arch Linux and Fedora are the only ones that do not crash. I have not tried the newer SuSE yet. The behavior of SuSE was actually worst than that of Ubuntu, on power up it would take forever to boot.
Why don't you try a *current* openSUSE version, either Leap 15.0 (or even the 15.1 beta, which is almost finished), or Tumbleweed?
For the predecessor, Beagleboard xM, there is an image, see https:// en.opensuse.org/HCL:BeagleBoard-xM
I saw that comparision on the SuSE site and was amused. Comparing the Beagleboard-xM with the beragleboard X15 is like comparing a PC XT with a PC with an AMD Rizen Processor.
Both are 32 bit ARMs, so more like comparing a pentium 3 with a pentium 4 ... -- Stefan Brüns / Bergstraße 21 / 52062 Aachen home: +49 241 53809034 mobile: +49 151 50412019