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    Default Re: realtek SD card reader not recognized

    Quote Originally Posted by z2 View Post
    I added the same repo as you. I also get the same boot menu as well. The new kernel is listed in the boot menu, however when I select the kernel to boot, then I get:

    Code:
    error: you must load the kernel first
    and I am unable to boot.
    Hi
    So did you see mkinitrd run when installing the kernel?

    Can you force the re-install;

    Code:
    zypper -vvv install -f kernel-default-4.20.6-3.1.g463cfd2.x86_64 kernel-firmware-20190118-35.1.noarch
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    Default Re: realtek SD card reader not recognized

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    So did you see mkinitrd run when installing the kernel?

    Can you force the re-install;

    Code:
    zypper -vvv install -f kernel-default-4.20.6-3.1.g463cfd2.x86_64 kernel-firmware-20190118-35.1.noarch
    Yes, mkinitrd runs. Output here.

    I'm no expert on this output, but it doesn't seem like anything is amiss here.

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    Default Re: realtek SD card reader not recognized

    Apparently kernels from OBS do not support secure boot, so that was the problem. It's now working properly.

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    Default Re: realtek SD card reader not recognized

    On Fri 08 Feb 2019 08:16:03 AM CST, z2 wrote:

    Apparently kernels from OBS do not support secure boot, so that was the
    problem. It's now working properly.
    Hi
    I think it's an issue for some systems, the key imported fine here and
    secure boot working with the kernel key... but is easier to disable

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