maybe my email ended in your spam folder ... I could provide readily built
ready to go kernel packages based on the current openSUSE kernel, packaged as
rpm so you could easily upgrade and remove again without fiddling around with
homegrown solutions - but, as I said, I would need to know whether you want
If you want it I would send you a link for download.
Am Sonntag, 3. Mai 2020, 12:36:32 CEST schrieb Carlos E. R.:
On 03/05/2020 00.03, Marc Chamberlin wrote:
Carlos, Andrie, Per, Anton, Masaru - I just
wanted to let you all know
that I am following along with the discussions (not fully understanding)
about the rebuilding of the kernel with the missing modules. I have not
disappeared and I really appreciate the amount of effort you are putting
into resolving this problem for me so a BIG thanks. I will wait until
the dust settles and you can send me a set of instructions before I do
anything further. ;-)
I can post the procedure I wrote till yesterday, but
I'm stuck on what
to do next.
I have submitted a bug report about the missing
mkiss module, and got the following response which I added a further
comment and pushed back on -
Takashi Iwai commented on the bug report -
CONFIG_HAMRADIO was set off already in Leap 15.0,
so it's nothing new
in Leap 15.1.
We've disabled drivers that appear almost
unused at upgrading to the
major version, and this was one of the results, I suppose.
But they are enabled in