openSUSE for Pinephone
#21
This is a nice build! Phosh is is very fast and the pre-installed applications work well. I have a few questions though.
1: how do I resize applications that are too large for the screen? The trick mentioned on the Mobian wiki doesn't work.
2: what is the default root password? I was asked for it when I tried to change time zone settings; I had to "sudo passwd root".
3: how do I launch the YaST modules? After I input the root password, nothing opens.
Thanks for the hard work!
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#22
New version, the most remarkable improvements are ringtone working, battery life improved, modem wake-up after suspend, unlock simcard pin on settings and gnome-usage package installed

- v0.0.2-2 (28 Jul 2020)
    New Gnome Control Center with patches for Mobile
    New Gnome Contacts
    New Gnome Usage with patches to fit
    Added gtherm package
    Improvement on suspend tweaks
    Update Calls app with patches for audio
    Update Phosh to 0.4.2
    Update Phoc to 0.4.1
    Update Wys to user as a user service
    Change dtsi to set audio-card-name as Pinephone
    Update Feedbackd theme
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#23
(07-28-2020, 06:18 PM)Hyz Wrote: This is a nice build!  Phosh is is very fast and the pre-installed applications work well.  I have a few questions though.
1: how do I resize applications that are too large for the screen?  The trick mentioned on the Mobian wiki doesn't work.
2: what is the default root password?  I was asked for it when I tried to change time zone settings; I had to "sudo passwd root".
3: how do I launch the YaST modules?  After I input the root password, nothing opens.
Thanks for the hard work!


1 - Resize apps with Phosh are not posible i think, maybe using cli but for now i didn't find how to do it.

2 - Root does not have any password but you can use pine / 1234 and this user is on sudoers file, so you can do sudo su and add a password for root.

3 - What do you mean with launch yast modules?
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#24
(07-30-2020, 01:50 AM)Alefnode Wrote: 1 - Resize apps with Phosh are not posible i think, maybe using cli but for now i didn't find how to do it.
Mobian has it working, here is their documentation on the subject; unfortunately, the command specified here doesn't work on openSUSE.

(07-30-2020, 01:50 AM)Alefnode Wrote: 2 - Root does not have any password but you can use pine / 1234 and this user is on sudoers file, so you can do sudo su and add a password for root.
Thank you!

(07-30-2020, 01:50 AM)Alefnode Wrote: 3 - What do you mean with launch yast modules?

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(ignore the terminal) these launchers popped up in the application menu after an update, but none of them actually launch anything.
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#25
Quote:(ignore the terminal) these launchers popped up in the application menu after an update, but none of them actually launch anything.


I recommend to update using no-rommends package, because not all software are already adapted for small screens.

New version with some changes:

http://images.alefnode.com/openSUSE-Pine....0.2-3.img

## v0.0.2-3 (31 Aug 2020)

New packages and working camera app.

**Implemented enhancements:**

- Installed new Camera package
- Update gnome-shell to 3.36.5
- Update kernel to improve battery time
- Update Phosh to 0.4.3
- Update Phoc to 0.4.2

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

**Not Working:**
- Bluetooth
- Accelerometer
- Jack
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#26
Now all images are generated as a contrib project in opensuse build service.

https://download.opensuse.org/repositori...ne/images/
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#27
Firstly, thanks for making these images.

I have a question: Is it not possibly to resize the partition after writing the image to sd?
When I resize the second partition, it wont boot from sd (pinephone starts from mmc), without resizing it, it works flawlessly.
I'm using the method described on the pine64 wiki (here: https://wiki.pine64.org/index.php?title=...g_computer)
Do I something wrong or is resizing simply not possible yet?
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#28
Don't use that method use this:

# HACK: Auto-resize FS
check_root_partition=$(mount | grep " / " | awk NR==1 | awk '{print $1}')
if [[ "$check_root_partition" == "/dev/mmcblk0p2" ]]; then
sgdisk -e /dev/mmcblk0
sgdisk -d 2 /dev/mmcblk0
sgdisk -N 2 /dev/mmcblk0
partprobe /dev/mmcblk0
resize2fs /dev/mmcblk0p2
fi


This is added on last image for auto-resize in first boot

Last image published.

2020.09.25
- Auto-resize FS in first boot
- Upgraded Chatty
- Added some fonts to improve UX in terminal and System
- Fix a problem with Camera
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