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Re: [opensuse-arm] Raspberry Pi 1 downstream strange behavior
Op vrijdag 4 maart 2016 17:19:20 schreef Guillaume Gardet:
Le 04/03/2016 17:00, Freek de Kruijf a écrit :
Op vrijdag 4 maart 2016 14:08:50 schreef Guillaume Gardet:
Le 04/03/2016 13:12, Freek de Kruijf a écrit :
Op donderdag 3 maart 2016 21:30:32 schreef Guillaume Gardet:
Hi,

Le 02/03/2016 16:58, Dirk Müller a écrit :
Hi,

It was just updated to Build 388.1 and the result is the same.

Here is a workaround:
umount /boot/efi
umount /boot/
mount /boot/
mount /boot/efi
dracut -H -f

sounds a bit as if the partition resizing / reloading of the kernel
fails on first boot, so the kernel is not using the new partition
offsets.

Maybe.

Or could it be that the efi partition is also resized ? I think the
code only expects one partition to be resized.

Apparently not. Only change seems to be ext4 partition resize and swap
partition added.


Guillaume

Thanks,
Dirk

Just tried
openSUSE-Tumbleweed-ARM-JeOS-raspberrypi.armv6l-20160303.0.0-Build1.1.ra
w.
xz which works, at least in a headless situation.

From which repo?

[1] http://download.opensuse.org/ports/armv6hl/tumbleweed/images/
[2]
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/devel:/ARM:/Factory:/Contrib:/R
as
pberryPi/images/

From [2], which is more or less mentioned in the subject.

Besides, the one from [1] also works. AFAIK both result in the same
system.

It works after a reboot too?

Yes. It shows a nice looking Raspberry Pi logo.


Guillaume

New naming?

Indeed, we now have a date in the naming. But old images are still
there...


Guillaume

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