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    Angry gfxterm isn't found

    I'm trying to boot a Raspberry Pi 3 with Leap 42.2. When I use a HDMI display, everything works fine. For my application, I want to use a 7" touchscreen that connects using the DSI port. When I try to boot when I using the touchscreen display, I get an error saying that the gfxterm isn't found. It then attempts to boot Leap then exits the "boot services and installing virtual address map...". The screen then fades to white. Has anyone seen this before?

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    Default Re: gfxterm isn't found

    Quote Originally Posted by State_of_Confusion View Post
    I'm trying to boot a Raspberry Pi 3 with Leap 42.2. When I use a HDMI display, everything works fine. For my application, I want to use a 7" touchscreen that connects using the DSI port. When I try to boot when I using the touchscreen display, I get an error saying that the gfxterm isn't found. It then attempts to boot Leap then exits the "boot services and installing virtual address map...". The screen then fades to white. Has anyone seen this before?
    Hi and welcome to the Forum
    How is the touchscreen connected? SPI, USB?

    AFAIK, the DSI port needs a later kernel and is a work in progress, have you tried the Tumbleweed image?
    Cheers Malcolm °¿° SUSE Knowledge Partner (Linux Counter #276890)
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