I've bought a RPI3 a month ago. I've intalled Raspian Jessi and all works fine. However, as a opesuse user, I've intalled opensuse tumbleweed last week from http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...rryPi3/images/ on it (tested both, JeOS and XFCE) but wifi it doesn´t work .
I've tried to check drivers/firmware and all seems ok in their latest versions. Is that a known bug in opensuse?
In /lib/firmware/brcm/ already exists files called:
brcmfmac43430-sdio.txt (which is a symlink to brcmfmac43430-sdio-raspberrypi3b.txt)
I suppose that would be the correct firmware files because the RPI3 wifi chipset is Broadcom BCM43438.
All mi opensuse system is up-to-date (kernel version "Linux vfltst38 4.4.30-7-default #1 SMP Tue Nov 8 06:02:03 UTC 2016 (2b8fe9f) aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux"). And specific broadcom and RPI3 files installed are (already included in the downloaded image):
Not wireless device is detected (wlan0 or whatever) using ifconfig -a or iwconfig commands. And no device is detected using lsusb, although module brcmfmac is loaded on boot.
What woiuld I do to make wifi work? I'm stuck...
Thanks a lot