Am 14.03.2015 um 12:09 schrieb Stefan Seyfried:
just for fun I thought I'd try out openSUSE on my
old Raspi model B.
How surprised I was, when it got a different IP address than before!
With every distribution I tried before (raspbian, arch, openelec and all
home built Yocto versions), it had the MAC address
b8:27:eb:a9:00:de, now with opensuse 13.2 it is 1e:e0:10:10:1e:dc
I'm guessing the SUSE kernel is doing something wrong wrt. the mac address?
The openSUSE kernel is not doing anything special for the Raspberry Pi.
Differences to Raspbian et al. might be that they use a kernel directly
(doesn't Raspbian use a downstream kernel from Raspberry Pi Foundation?)
while openSUSE uses U-Boot, with an upstream based kernel.
Please provide further details of what exactly you've tried to
opensuse-arm mailing list, where much more Pi users are around: Did you
start with an official JeOS image or did you do your own boot setup?
As usual you can tweak /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-eth0 config with
LLADDR= to assign a stable MAC address. I don't remember having to do
that on the Raspberry Pi with 13.2 though.
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