I got Tumbleweed Snapshot20210115 and wanted to install it on a rather old machine with a
software raid1 (UEFI raid).
On this raid some Windows 10 is already existing.
The installer of Tumbleweed Snapshot20210115 does not recognize this software raid1.
It only shows single harddiscs and no raid volume.
An older snapshot 20190704 is able to see that software raid1 but I cannot do any zypper
dup with that one
(this version was running previously before some hardware crash).
Any help for that - either a snapshot which can handle software raid1 or some way to set
zypper dup running again
with the older snapshot?
BR and thanks in advance
Just did an upgrade from my stable Leap 15.1 install to 15.2. I
downloaded the DVD and did the upgrade from booting that. It asked me if
I wanted to used the online repos as I have an internet connection so I
said OK. Everything seemed to go well and booting into my KDE desktop.
But clicking the gecko start menu gives an error.
"Error loading QML
module "org.kde.plasma.private.kicker: is not installed"
The system is running and I see my desktop widgets doing their thing.
But I can't do anything. I can get to tty1 and login as root but I don't
know what to do from there.
I tried running yast in tty1 but get errors when I try software management.
This system was first installed with Leap 15.0, upgraded to 15.1, now to
a partially broken 15.2.
Any suggestions most welcome.
I just tried to attach an iPad to my openSUSE 15.0 system, via USB. I
think I've done it before, but this time it fails. Dmesg has:
[9787970.148053] usb 3-9: new high-speed USB device number 96 using xhci_hcd
[9787970.302089] usb 3-9: New USB device found, idVendor=05ac, idProduct=12a2
[9787970.302091] usb 3-9: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3
[9787970.302092] usb 3-9: Product: iPad
[9787970.302093] usb 3-9: Manufacturer: Apple Inc.
[9787970.302094] usb 3-9: SerialNumber: c4088xxxxxserialxredacted
[9787971.044264] ipheth 3-9:4.2: Apple iPhone USB Ethernet device attached
[9787991.101146] pool: segfault at 0 ip 00007f6ada593ef1 sp 00007f6ad6203bd8 error 4 in libc-2.26.so[7f6ada43a000+1b1000]
Anybody have any idea what the problem is?
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On a recent Leap 15.2 install, I seem not to be able to get KDE to
remember file associations. More specifically, which application to
run for the file.
If I select a file in Konqueror, and then select an application in the
dialog Konqueror provides, and click the box that says to remember
this, when I click again on that same file, it once again asks which
application to use. It never remembers the association. It does run
the application after I select it. But never again unless I select the
When I say that the association should be remembered, I get the status
window saying that something is being updated. There is no error. In
the X log, I see this when the association is selected and being
So if there is an error, it is not presented anywhere I see.
Has anyone else seen this?
triggered by my desktop problems reported in previous mails, I wonder
how can I save the list of currently installed packages so that a
complete reinstallation (i.e., not using `zypper dup`) of 15.2 makes
use this list?
Using Thunderbird for email. Is the password it requires a function of
Thunderbird or of the internet supplier? It is becoming obnoxious
and since I have only a dog in my house with me, I really don't need the
damn password for email, and If I could eliminate it, I would. (And if
It's only taken decades, but we finally see official, almost completely unhedged support for Linux from a major hardware vendor. They even have the word "Linux" in their domain name: https://linux.dell.com/
On 23/02/21 10:23, Simon Lees wrote:
> On 2/23/21 12:42 AM, mauro wrote:
>> Are the lists policies published somewhere? (if the moderation involves
>> something different from usual things
> Currently all moderators are really doing is approving or rejecting
> emails from non list members (mostly rejecting because we get a tonne of
"my" moderator did something very different: he acted as the list owner,
impersonating the list owner he promised to look after my problem and
then puff! he disappeared.
As a list member I think I deserve an explanation, for I won't accept to
submit to such a wrong moderation