Spid
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Re: Yast2 - manual install

Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:42 pm

Well thanks but not thanks, I will wait to an .IMG is compiled with everything setup.
I will always assume you are running Raspbian for desktop and Raspbmc for XMBC !

remsnet
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Re: Yast2 - manual install

Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:19 am

Well ,

An Rasperry from the perspektive of amount of ram avalible been an Thin Client.

There may been different User requirements ,
and allways have an THICK OpenSuSE may not the path all Users like to have.

I may asume that will not happen for the betta Images to have Yast fully preinstalled
with X11 and i.e KDE in the same way as on x86 PC´s.
The image wuold be require at least an 4-8G sd card minimum .

For myself the Images are enoth .
Except the current kernel witch been outdated -
( miss 64G SD card support missing serveral kernel modules i require..) -
but im on the way to build my own rpi 3.75 suse kernel - not crosscompiled via CHROOT

kind regards.

Cloudcentric
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Re: Yast2 - manual install

Mon Feb 04, 2013 9:23 am

I am still learning and can follow instructions, but on 2 attempts it goes into a loop with scrolling text.

Whilst I appreciate the efforts made, I am personally not yet ready for this, this also applies to other distros available not just OpenSUSE.

I was confused by this part as my drives do not have this identification

ok lets see if you works - i´m update my image from chrooted mount :
(
Chroot extras :
mount /dev/sdb2 ...i.e <your root disk /mnt
mount /dev/sdb2 ...i.e <your root disk /mnt/boot
chroot /mnt bash
mount -t proc proc proc/
mount -t sysfs sys sys/
mount -o bind /dev dev/
)


At the end of the day I would not need or expect KDE, but LXDE would be nice, maybe even XFCE, Slackware is a case in point as 13.37 .img is available with XFCE and it is only a 400MB download.

Anyway will watch with interest and happy to install again in the future.......................
I know everything about nothing"

remsnet
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Re: Yast2 - manual install

Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:09 pm

Cloudcentric wrote:I
At the end of the day I would not need or expect KDE, but LXDE would be nice, maybe even XFCE, Slackware is a case in point as 13.37 .img is available with XFCE and it is only a 400MB download.

Anyway will watch with interest and happy to install again in the future.......................
Well Sorry For Confusion.
Edit TEXT at PHPBB3 Timeout been 60Min at raspberrypi.org/phpBB3
So it did timeout wihle try to format the sentences..

Rewritten to new manual release include an LXDE sentence.

AnyHow , Distro Strategies are different :
Me are the wrong Guy to ask for Change them .
I NOT emploed SuSE member , nor an team member of them.


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