openSUSE leap 42.2 64-bit for the raspberry tried PI 3 itself [Full Guide]


after yesterday openSUSE leap was announced 42.2 64-bit for the raspberry PI , I was naturally curious. Actually, I wanted to see in the first place, whether it works and as the performance is. A first impression. The openSUSE developers admit that still not everything works and that much more work is needed.


openSUSE leap 42.2 64-bit for raspberry PI 3 install


the installation is quite simple. As usual do you write an image to an SD card or for the raspberry PI 3 on a microSD card. There are several variants of openSUSE leap 42.2 for the raspberry PI 3. Among these are the pretty naked JeOS (just enough Operating System), xfce, LXQT and E20 (enlightenment). Here you will find all images . Now don’t ask me please, why I chose for the version of E20. Probably because I had so no longer front of enlightenment. You write the image onto the microSD card (mine was / dev/sdc , which I’ve used instead of / dev/sdX ): [Name-des-Abbildes].raw.xz xzcat


| DD bs = of = / dev/sdX iflag 4 M = fullblock oflag = direct; Sync


it works but also with etcher , I’ve tried both versions. No matter which method, which takes a while. The speed of the microSD card is also a factor. I use this one – which are quite fast:


SanDisk Ultra - Class 10

SanDisk Ultra – class 10



the system boot


the image is recorded, you can start PI to the raspberry. The screenshots are not that great, because I quickly shot it with a camera. Here is the start screen of openSUSE.


openSUSE Leap 42.2 64-Bit für den Raspberry Pi 3

openSUSE leap PI 3



then the system starts 42.2 64-bit for the raspberry and it can take a little. Just a little patience and let the system think of something.


Startvorgang

boot



it the system started, sign in. By default the login root is and password linux . Login



In the port you can then set up enlightenment. You choose a language and the corresponding profile.


Sprache konfigurieren

language configure




profile set for enlightenment in setting up the language I chose German for enlightenment, however the system has spoken openSUSE partly English with me. A switch to German failed because some packages for any reason do not install. You will find also Firefox and YaST for the administration of the system on the computer.


openSUSE Leap 42.2 64-Bit für den Raspberry Pi 3: Firefox

openSUSE 42.2 64-bit for the raspberry leap PI 3: Firefox



openSUSE leap PI 3 works


as already mentioned is 42-2 64-bit for the raspberry currently still working on the system, it is but good enough to experiment. openSUSE leap 42.2 for the raspberry PI 3 is the first 64-bit distribution, to which you come without conditions and can use.


the raspberry PI 3 is not the fastest computer on Earth, but the performance is tolerable. More bearable time start Firefox or YaST. The system administration is pretty easy thanks to YaST for users, even if the component is currently only English.


who would have a small server with a 64-bit operating system, which is likely more the JeOS variant interested. Sometimes less is more-especially for Serverchen. The JeOS viewing I’ll me maybe in the next few days. That honestly said just more than a desktop version I’m interested.


Nice PI-constellation




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