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    I think this *might* work for you. https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-arm/2016-11/msg00018.html I finally gave up on Tumbleweed as being too unstable (WiFi, USB booting, etc), and went to Leap 42.2 as my primary SUSE system. But the technique outlined in...

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    Op maandag 19 juni 2017 14:20:24 CEST schreef Freek de Kruijf: call it manually and see what it does ? /usr/lib/firmware ??

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    Last year I was able to enable WiFi on my RPi3. The problem at that moment was the unavailable firmware files. These files are now available in Tumbleweed, however I can't find how to load these files in order to have a wlan0 device. I found a script /usr/...

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    http://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1030653 Andreas.

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    Which pins are we talking about? Which interface do you want to use (SPI, I2C etc)? Which sensor do you want to connect? Which version of openSUSE do you use? Regards, Matthias I -- To unsubscribe, e-mail: opensuse-arm+unsubscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxx To contact ...

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  • 06/22/17--02:55: [opensuse-arm] go for armv7
  • Hello, We need a plan to return go (and derived packages) to armv7 arch. AFAIK, currently, there is an issue with bootstrapping go build with gcc (which just hungs). -- To unsubscribe, e-mail: opensuse-arm+unsubscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxx To contact the owner, e-...

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    I am looking at making a custom Raspberry PI3 kernel module that needs to deal with the various I/O pins. I need a driver because the activity is quite high. So a python or other high-level interface will not be possible. It will most likely do the majorit...

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    2017-06-21 12:57 GMT+03:00 Alexander Graf : Isn't it in 42.2? https://build.opensuse.org/package/view_file/openSUSE:Leap:42.2/qemu/0071-ARM-KVM-Enable-in-kernel-timers-wit.patch?expand=1 It is, but that's an older version of the patch. There...

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    Isn't it in 42.2? https://build.opensuse.org/package/view_file/openSUSE:Leap:42.2/qemu/0071-ARM-KVM-Enable-in-kernel-timers-wit.patch?expand=1 It is, but that's an older version of the patch. There we're missing the iothread lock, so internal state gets c...

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    2017-06-21 12:53 GMT+03:00 Alexander Graf : Isn't it in 42.2? https://build.opensuse.org/package/view_file/openSUSE:Leap:42.2/qemu/0071-ARM-KVM-Enable-in-kernel-timers-wit.patch?expand=1

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    Hello, I am running Leap 42.2 on Raspberry Pi 3 and trying to user qemu-kvm for OBS worker. Currently, I can not run guests with more that single CPU. Both using libvirt and using obsworker, I see 'CPU1: failed to come online'. [ 28s] booting kvm... [ 28s...

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    It is a device that provides pulses related to movement. We monitor these and take action on them. Some actions are the manipulation of So the duration of the pulse is the bit that provides information? On both edges? And max freq is 32khz? In that case, ...

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    Which pins are we talking about? That's flexible. We can connect to any pins that are best suited. It is not a standard interface. Just a trigger pin. But it can trigger up to 32 kHz. And we need to react to each of them. We would like to So what does the...

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    Which pins are we talking about? That's flexible. We can connect to any pins that are best suited. It is not a standard interface. Just a trigger pin. But it can trigger up to 32 kHz. And we need to react to each of them. We would like to try to stay away...

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