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OpenSUSE on ARM current status YaST2 and KDE4 also functional on the Pandaboard

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Uploaded on Dec 24, 2011

A remark everything looks a bit slow this is mainly due to my slow Class 2 SD card.
The device is using the Linaro kernel as the frame-buffer device of the openSUSE kernel needs to be fixed. All other packages are packages build on the OpenSUSE BuildService ( https://build.opensuse.org/ ).
To be able to build all of YaST2 i had do hash out line "Requires: yast2-qt-branding" in spec file yast2-qt.spec as yast2-qt-branding needs gimp to be build, gimp hasn't been build yet. Otherwise yast2-qt-pkg couldn't be build. I needed this to prove that YaST2 can be fully build and is functional on ARM (armv7l).
The YaST2 packages can be found in:
home:worldcitizen:branches:openSUSE:Factory:ARM
The 2D omapfb driver can be found in, this one will be submitted to Factory later on:
home:worldcitizen:armv7l

As you can see in the video Extreme Tux Racer is very slow due to the lack of a (accelerated) hardfp armv7l 3D driver.

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