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Thread: Leap 15 on Intel Atom 'power supply fuel gauge driver failed' endless errors

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    Default Re: Leap 15 on Intel Atom 'power supply fuel gauge driver failed' endless errors

    Excuse my ignorance, when I'm at level 3, what should I do? How do I change files from there? What's nano or pico? Can I use Norton Commander editor? That's the only editor I could use

    Could it be that the axp288 module was not installed or loaded? Or on the other hand maybe it has to be disabled at boot?
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    Default Re: Leap 15 on Intel Atom 'power supply fuel gauge driver failed' endless errors

    Ok, I'm in! I've installed a Midnight Commander through Yast at RL3, changed the name of the kwinrc.

    Now what do I do? What should I disable/enable/install?
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    Default Re: Leap 15 on Intel Atom 'power supply fuel gauge driver failed' endless errors

    Quote Originally Posted by linuxoidoz View Post
    Ok, I'm in! I've installed a Midnight Commander through Yast at RL3, changed the name of the kwinrc.

    Now what do I do? What should I disable/enable/install?
    Well, you could also create the blacklist file as already described.
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    Default Re: Leap 15 on Intel Atom 'power supply fuel gauge driver failed' endless errors

    That worked! Thank you very much!!!

    But now another problem appeared. The PC had an Android and Windows 10 preinstalled. I installed openSuse Leap 15 after deleting all previous partitions. And now (this didn't happen before I blacklisted the axp288 and removed the kwinrc) the first screen I see is a logo of Android, then it says boot failed press any key, I press any key and only then it goes to the Leap 15 boot screen.

    Why hasn't the default boot loader installed as usual on other PCs?
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    Default Re: Leap 15 on Intel Atom 'power supply fuel gauge driver failed' endless errors

    Quote Originally Posted by linuxoidoz View Post
    That worked! Thank you very much!!!
    Good to know.
    But now another problem appeared. The PC had an Android and Windows 10 preinstalled. I installed openSuse Leap 15 after deleting all previous partitions. And now (this didn't happen before I blacklisted the axp288 and removed the kwinrc) the first screen I see is a logo of Android, then it says boot failed press any key, I press any key and only then it goes to the Leap 15 boot screen.

    Why hasn't the default boot loader installed as usual on other PCs?
    You should start another thread for that issue.
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