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    Default Rpi 0 and/or Rpi 0 W support?

    Due to its sale price @US $3.14 a piece, I Just bought both an Rpi 0 and Rpi 0 W from a local MicroCenter and am wondering if there is any OpenSuSE version that will run on any of these two hardware. Anyone?

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    Default Re: Rpi 0 and/or Rpi 0 W support?

    Quote Originally Posted by habibie View Post
    Due to its sale price @US $3.14 a piece, I Just bought both an Rpi 0 and Rpi 0 W from a local MicroCenter and am wondering if there is any OpenSuSE version that will run on any of these two hardware. Anyone?
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    Default Re: Rpi 0 and/or Rpi 0 W support?

    I run RPI Zeros,
    Some with openSUSE on them.

    The Broadcom chipset is the same as the original RPi

    Download your images and follow the installation procedure described on this page

    https://en.opensuse.org/HCL:Raspberry_Pi

    Personally, I use the XFCE version for general use and the JeOS version for "server" use.

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    Thank you all.

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