Hi, on this website someone has openSUSE on the rpi: http://forums.opensuse.org/iiiiiiiioe-g ... y-pi.html
Here is a transalation (it is in Greek):
The openSUSE could be missing out on technology ARM. This time the technology development has focused on Pandaboard has older generation ARM processor from Raspberry Pi (the Raspberry Pi chose earlier due to cost).
A Bernhard M. Wiedemann (from SuSE offices in Nuremberg), managed and created an img file. I sent it to create the card at Summer Camp
Let's see how to create the card.
1. First download the current version raspberrypi-opensuse-20120810.img.gz . For new editions, you should see the website of Bernhard .
on the 2nd. Unzip the file (either graphically or by terminal).
3. Enter the uncompressed file to the terminal.
4. You should see that your system recognizes the card SD. This is done with the command df-h or better with CAT / proc / partitions . Suppose for example that is / dev/sdb1 .
on the 5th. Now you have to unmount the card SD. This is done with the command umount / dev/sdb1 . on the 6th. It's time to create your card. This will be done with the command:
dd bs = 1M if = raspberrypi-20120810.img of = / dev / sdb
- The command works or if you give su.
- On your device recognizes it as your computer / dev / sdb.
- The file as you decompress the file and have it unzipped.
- Because not showing progress registration will soon be over. In case you get stuck, you can stop by opening another terminal and enter the command as an administrator pkill-USR1-N-x dd . the 7th. You have to give the command sync in order to eject the SD card and use it. That's it. Now you can enjoy yourself. Remember: To enter the system should use the codes
Because I tried it on my old TV, I give you a picture: If you can not read grammatakia writes:
# cat /etc/*release
openSUSE 12.3 Milestone 0 (armv5tel)
VERSION = 12.3
CODENAME = Mantis
VERSION="12.3 Milestone 0 (Mantis)"
PRETTY_NAME="openSUSE 12.3 Milestone 0 (Mantis) (armv5tel)"
For more information on the technology ARM, can be found at Portal: ARM in the wiki of openSUSE (or Greek , as translated on behalf of Google Code In).
Finally, you can join the mailing list by sending a blank mail to opensuse-arm + subscribe AT opensuse DOT org and follow the registration process. You can see the file list .
Last edited by diamond_gr; 11-Nov-2012 at 15:07.
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20-Aug-2012, 15:09 #2 diamond_gr
Απ: openSUSE@Raspberry PI
To add a graphic (after my communication with Bernhard):
# for HDMI (1920x1080 for me) without black borders:
echo disable_overscan=1 > /boot/config.txt
# Through http://elinux.org/RPi_config.txt
# This is how I got X11 working:
zypper in --no-recommends icewm xinit xauth xterm \
echo export WINDOWMANAGER=icewm > /etc/profile.d/windowmanager.sh
# X defaults to vesa without this override:
cat >/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-device.conf <<EOF
Identifier "Default Device"
# reboot once
Thanks a lot