From: 村川 了 <FZZ01471(a)nifty.ne.jp>
Sent: 23 June 2019 09:25
Subject: [opensuse-arm] raspbian on opensuse Leap KVM on Raspberry Pi
I tried to run Raspbian on openSUSE Leap KVM on Raspberry Pi.
I found the URL below.
Which version of openSUSE are you running? This article mention Leap 42.2 which is
outdated. You probably want to use latest Leap which is 15.1.
But I can't find how to run Raspbian image on
KVM. Any information/advice is
helpful for me.
Raspbian is an armv7 image (32-bits), so you would need to run a 32-bit image on top of a
64-bit image, since openSUSE image is aarch64.
But you will probably hit this bug:
Another untested solution which would probably work is to use the openSUSE Raspberry Pi 2
image on the Raspberry Pi 3. That way, all is 32-bit.
But be warned that virtualization will be _very_ slow on Raspberry Pi 3 (slow cores, low
RAM) and you will not be able to allocate lots of RAM for the guest.
Any particular reason to run Raspbian on top of openSUSE on the Pi?
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