openSUSE for Pinephone
#31
Now i am working in features like improving battery and bluetooth.

Moreover for next release i think also we can have improvement in FPS (from megi's patches) and new kernel version (5.9)
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#32
Looking forward into testing this... let's hope my PinePhone arrives soon so I can start testing around.
I have a couple question about this port, though:

-Which software components are non-FOSS?
-Is YaST included (or at least the software management tools)?
-How is the battery life doing right now?
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#33
(11-04-2020, 01:39 PM)andresbs Wrote: Looking forward into testing this... let's hope my PinePhone arrives soon so I can start testing around.
I have a couple question about this port, though:

-Which software components are non-FOSS?
-Is YaST included (or at least the software management tools)?
-How is the battery life doing right now?

For the first question, all software components arre FOSS, then you can install everything with "zypper install" or whatever command you use with opensuse OS, Yast2 gui are not well adapted for mobile UI so it disabled by default, you can install it and test it if you want.

Battery life i think is worst part for now, maybe 1 working day without using it a lot, maybe 5-6 hours using it continuosly.
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#34
## 2020.16.11

Add bootsplash for boot and shutdown

**Implemented enhancements:**

- Add bootsplash
- Fix kernel start (laggy bug)
- Fix audio problems in calls
- Added gnome-initial-setup to add language to your on-screen keyboard
- Fix problem changing between on-screen keyboard and emoji keyboard
- Change Pinhole for Megapixels for camera app
- Patched kernel with fixes for brightness
- Fix problem with modem in last release
- Now bluetooth are working correctly



**Working:**
- Calls (Auto-switch audio profiles)
- SMS
- Mobile Data
- WiFi
- Front Camera (laggy)
- Back Camera (laggy)
- Touchscreen
- Brightness
- Sound & Mic
- Volume keys
- Proximity sensor
- Jack
- Bluetooth


**Not Working:**
- Accelerometer
- GPS
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#35
Many thanks for the new version ## 2020.16.11

After flashing to a card and reparing the wrong GPT backup position, the system does boot with the fantastic animal logo Wink 

For unlocking with "1234" a special keyboard does appear, but afterwards I could not get any keyboard and therefore it was not possible to enter the password for WiFi etc.

Any tricks to solve that problem?
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#36
Question 
Could anyone answer some questions I have regarding the openSUSE images?
  1. What is the difference between the pinephone.aarch64.raw.xz image and the pinephone.aarch64-2020.11.16-Build9.3.raw.xz one?
  2. Considering they aren't disc image files, do I have to modify them in some way so I can flash them?
  3. Why is the nightly image page no longer available?
Appreciate any info you can share.
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#37
Do anyone know if Anbox can be installed/works on openSUSE ?
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#38
With latest image "openSUSE-Tumbleweed-ARM-PHOSH-pinephone.aarch64.raw" from 2020-11-18 the problem that no keyboard pops up when input is required still persists.

Am I the only idiot trying to get OpenSuse running?
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#39
Quote:Am I the only idiot trying to get OpenSuse running?
So it is... Angel
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#40
(11-20-2020, 03:00 AM)LinAdmin2 Wrote:
Quote:Am I the only idiot trying to get OpenSuse running?
So it is... Angel


No I have run opensuse. Didn't see same problems although I used openSUSE-Tumbleweed-ARM-PHOSH-pinephone.aarch64-2020.10.25-Build5.1.raw

I am also burning these images using DD, win32diskimager, and etcher depending on where I am at and what OS I am booted into. And if I feel like seeing a 'kids' ui.


No issues with input on my side.
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