Op donderdag 26 december 2019 16:40:01 CET schreef Freek de Kruijf:
Today I tried image:
from Matthias Brugger.
After installing xorg packages and pattern XFCE, adding a normal user, and
setting the default target to graphical-interface, I was able, after login,
to have a XFCE desktop for that normal user. I can use the mouse and the
keyboard, so it almost reaches a usable state for me.
In order to use wireless one needs to replace the package wpa_supplicant by
the older one from the repository. At least 2.4 GHz wireless works with that
older version. The system also sees 5 GHz access points, but I could not
connect to these.
Shortly after this rather positive result I ran into problems, which according
to my findings, were caused by the btrfs file system for /root and /boot.
So I copied the content of a newer version of this image onto a SD which was
formatted with ext4 for these folders/partitions. Furthermore I have a
separate /home partition with xfs and a 4 GiB swap partition. Also changed the
UUIDs in grub.conf in the used UUID on that card and made a new /etc/fstab to
mount these file systems by LABEL.
This system performs well. The main problem is the lack of sound. The system
does not show an interface for sound. I would expect sound to be available via
HDMI. Should I enable a driver in the kernel? I found a loadable module:
modprobe snd_bcm2835, but yast does not report a sound device when I try to
Freek de Kruijf
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