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
The right wing boss of Madrid closes down 2141 hospital beds till
October first, while patients in the waiting list has increased in 13000
I told you. The right wing intentionally makes the health service works
badly. Then they create private hospitals instead.
Meanwhile, Madrid is vaccinating 24 hours a day. Yes, nights too. They
have a million vaccines not used. And, they are going to use private
companies next to inject them. They are that inept.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from openSUSE 15.2 (Legolas))
On Mon, 28 Jun 2021 at 16:28:56 +0200, Masaru Nomiya wrote:
> Wolfgang Mueller <wm(a)ariannuccia.de> has written:
>> On Mon, 28 Jun 2021 at 11:54:21 +0200, Masaru Nomiya wrote:
>>> Wolfgang Mueller <wm(a)ariannuccia.de> has written:
>>>> I recently installed Leap 15.3 on my computers "hp" and "se".
>>>> Configuring the sound cards by yast worked on "se" only,
>>>> whereas on "hp" the following error message appears:
>>>> An error occurred during the installation of
>>>> GP107GL High Definition Audio Controller
>>>> The kernel module snd-hda-intel for sound support
>>>> could not be loaded. This can be caused by incorrect
>>>> module parameters, including invalid IO or IRQ parameters.
>>>> The same for the other sound card, called "Cannon Lake PCH cAVS".
>>>> How can I correct the kernel module snd-hda-intel and provide
>>>> the correct module, IO, or IRQ parameters?
>>> These will help you.
>> The first of these two sites contains a section entitled "Module
>> snd-hda-intel". However, it tells me neither where to find this
>> module, nor how to include it in the kernel. Do you have an idea?
Thank you for your reply, Masaru.
> snd-hda-intel is a kernel module which is this:
On my computer it is
which has to be unpacked by "unxz".
This file is the same than that on my computer "se", where setting
up the sound cards has been possible.
> To get the sound card's information, execute:
> $ /usr/sbin/alsa-info.sh --with-devices
> This produces the file 'alsa-info.txt.XXXXX' on /tmp folder.
> In it, you can get the information for setting up.
It contains a lot of information, but no hint how to set up my sound
cards. Please have a look on the file attached below.
My USB-Bluetooth adapter can't pair with my bluetooth headset.
It worked in Leap 15.2.
The bluetooth assistant, i.e. the bluetooth applet searches for the
headset, but doesn't find it.
hwinfo (below) outputs much information, I hope I found the interesting
============ start debug info ============
libhd version 21.72 (x86-64) 
kernel version is 5.3
----- /proc/cmdline -----
root=UUID=adea8b9e-b878-4afa-89c9-337797cc8b56 splash=verbose noresume
----- /proc/cmdline end -----
77: USB 00.0: 11500 Bluetooth Device
[Created at usb.122]
Unique ID: POWV.nQKjiuCfL84
Parent ID: k4bc.kNaPe9SZft4
SysFS ID: /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:01.3/0000:01:00.0/usb1/1-9/1-9:1.0
SysFS BusID: 1-9:1.0
Hardware Class: bluetooth
Model: "Cambridge Silicon Radio Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)"
Vendor: usb 0x0a12 "Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd"
Device: usb 0x0001 "Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)"
Driver Modules: "btusb"
Speed: 12 Mbps
Module Alias: "usb:v0A12p0001d8891dcE0dsc01dp01icE0isc01ip01in00"
Driver Info #0:
Driver Status: btusb is active
Driver Activation Cmd: "modprobe btusb"
Config Status: cfg=new, avail=yes, need=no, active=unknown
Attached to: #86 (Hub)
I installed OS 15.3 on a Lenovo Ideapad Duet 3.
One problem is that the grub menu, all boot messages, the decryption
passphrase and the KDE-login screen are shown rotated (instead of up to
down the lines go left to right).
and also tried
They have no effect.
What else can I try?
Daniel Bauer photographer Basel Málaga
I recently installed Leap 15.3 on my computers "hp" and "se"
Configuring the sound cards by yast worked on "se" only, whereas on
"hp" the following error message appears:
An error occurred during the installation of
GP107GL High Definition Audio Controller
The kernel module snd-hda-intel for sound support
could not be loaded. This can be caused by incorrect
module parameters, including invalid IO or IRQ parameters.
The same for the other sound card, called "Cannon Lake PCH cAVS".
How can I correct the kernel module snd-hda-intel and provide
correct module, IO, or IRQ parameters?
Thank you in advance for your help.
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.
So I installed OS 15.3 o my new Lenovo Ideapad Duet 3. It went ok (later
I will open new threads for different smaller prolbems).
I let the installer overwrite all former partitions and used "encrypted
system" within the installer.
So I have
/dev/mmcblk0 116.48 GiB
mmcblk0p1 0.5 GiB Ext4 /boot/efi
mmcblk0p2 29.47 GiB Ext4 / (encrypted)
mmcblk0p3 78.94 GiB Ext4 /hme (encrypted)
mmcblk0p4 7.57 GiB Swap encrypted
When I switch on the device I get:
Attempting to decrypt master key...
Enter passphrase for hd0, gpt2 (hex nmber)
I enter the passphrase
I takes 50 seconds until the grub menu appears, ten it shows
Started Plymouth Boot Screen.
Forward Passworëto Plymouth Directory Watch.
Reached targets Paths.
Found device /dev/disk/by-long hex number
Found device /dev/disk/by-long hex nmber
Found device /dev/disk/by_uuid/hex number
Starting Cryptography Setup for cr_root...
Starting Cryptography Setup for cr_swap...
Please enter passphrase for disk cr_swap:: [6.974882] usb 1-5: device
descriptor read/64, error -71
I enter the passphrase again, and it boots.
Something is wrong. Passphrase should be asked only once and the 50
seconds after the first enter are loooog.
What can I do?
(I can repeat install if necessary as I have not copied any personal
data nor did any settings until now)
Thanks for hints.
Daniel Bauer photographer Basel Málaga
so just bought a small Lenovo Ideapad Duet 3.
I want to replace Win with an Operating System, so I downloaded
OpenSuse15.1 iso (15.1 because I have it on the other computers, to have
the same). I used Suse Studio Image writer to write that ISO to an USB
- Start the pad so that the "Novo Button Menu" menu appears
- select Boot Menu
- select the stick, called "EFI USB Device (Philips USB Flash Drive)"
- Opensuse Menu appears
- Select Install
- it says "Loading Kernel - loading initial Ram Disk"
then a scrambled page filled with random characters appears
after a while this disappears, the screen gets black,
and nothing more happens
I tried with enabled and disabled secure boot.
I cannot disable UEFI.
How can I continue?
Thanks for your help!
Daniel Bauer photographer Basel Málaga