Op maandag 16 december 2019 18:20:28 CET schreef Matthias Brugger:
On 16/12/2019 17:41, Freek de Kruijf wrote:
Op zaterdag 14 december 2019 00:17:47 CET schreef
Freek de Kruijf:
Op woensdag 27 november 2019 15:13:13 CET schreef
Freek de Kruijf:
Op woensdag 27 november 2019 14:05:42 CET schreef
> Sent from my iPhone
Matthias Brugger is currently working on a working image for openSUSE
Tumbleweed on the Raspberry Pi 4B. The main problem currently seems to
getting the network for Ethernet working. Also Wi-Fi is not working. For
KDE you also need support for an attached monitor on a micro-HDMI
interface and working USB for mouse and keyboard.
My tests so far show a working system, but the only access is via the
serial interface using the three pins on the GPIO system.
There are two repositories with images showing the above shortcomings:
Today I tried openSUSE-Tumbleweed-JeOS.aarch64-15.1.0-RaspberryPi-
Build61.5.raw.xz from the first repository on my RPi4.
It works, although wireless does not work, but Ethernet does.
The layout of the disk is a fat32 partition EFI, a btrfs partition BOOT
a btrfs partition ROOT. There is a warning during boot of a duplicated
entry in /etc/fstab, although I could not find out what was wrong.
When doing yast2->System->Partitioning to change from UUID in /etc/fstab
using LABEL, the same warning appears. Also a warning that the 16M
partition should be 278MB.
Did a bit of analyzing this issue and found that the partition BOOT, which
contains the boot image of the kernel is not mounted when the system is
up. In stead there is an almost empty btrfs sub volume /boot of / in
which partition EFI is mounted as /boot/efi.
Shouldn't partition BOOT be mounted as /boot and partition EFI as a sub
folder of /boot named /boot/efi?
As I said, this is my playground. I don't pretend to have a working bug-free
project there. If you want to use the btrfs subvolume and want to make it
work as expected then please make a copy of the project as this can go away
anytime soon. If you don't want to do so, please switch to the official
images, which I posted links for on Sunday.
I am quite aware that this is your playground and I am thankful I can play
with it. I just tried to let you know my findings. If it distracts you I will
stop sending these.
>> Does this mean that we will soon have a
working network in the images in
>> the second repository?
I am not aware of your message from Sunday. Are the official images on my
first repository mentioned above? Naturally I did try these images also, but
they are not useful yet.
Freek de Kruijf
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