On 7 February 2016 at 23:17, Freek de Kruijf <freek(a)opensuse.org> wrote:
Op zondag 7 februari 2016 10:45:23 schreef Michael
I actually get this far as well, but as soon as I
log in it freezes
and never continues.
I did not try to log in. No keyboard attached.
Been sitting at this screen for 20 minutes
it eventually goes black and nothing can wake it up again at that
Apparently there is power safe facility that blanks the screen. I have seen it
too with the JeOS version.
I used Build372.1 for the JeOS version and Build374.1 for te XFCE version.
also what resolution are you running in here, is
it the native maximum
resolution your monitor supports? Like i said previously the only way
I have been able to successfully log in is to replace
raspberrypi-userland packages with Mesa-libEGL* packages
I have tested with a Dell 1280x1024 DVI-D using HDMI Adapter, a Dell
1920x1080 DVI-D with Adapters, a Gateway 1440x900 DVI-D with adapter
and a Asus VG248QE 1080p 144hz HDMI screen, they all show 800x480 no
matter what i set in the config.txt or even if i craft a xorg.conf
trying to force another resolution.
I can't say what resolution the screen was written. It is my Full HD TV with
several HDMI ports.
You may get the screen back via ssh and "systemctl restart display-manager".
Freek de Kruijf
As soon as my ACER V246HL arrives, I will have another go!
Message to our developpers: could the laymen (like me for example)
have something like dietpi.com
to install openSUSE?
It looks like a light version (concepts) of susestudio.com
more or less :)
*But* when you say *Start Install*, it installs what you've asked et voilà!
Thanks in anticipation.
Best personal regards,
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