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Thread: MICROOS: Trying to install on raspberry pi 3b+

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    Default MICROOS: Trying to install on raspberry pi 3b+

    I'm trying to install microos onto a pi-3B+ and downloaded the aarch64 images.

    Tried the iso installer and the pi-aarch64 image base+container setup (did not use an ignition or combustion config). So I was expecting Jeos startup configuration for root user and pw. And the iso installer requires an efi boot partition!

    The setup on both images seems to require an uefi boot, which this pi does not support ootb (I know there is some new uefi firmware for pi3 now).
    So does this mean you can't install microos on the pi3 without installing new firmware?

    Anyone...

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    Default Re: MICROOS: Trying to install on raspberry pi 3b+

    Reply to my own thread!

    Looks like this problem:

    After initial boot messages video cuts out on console...

    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...73#post3126373

    Is it beeing fixed?

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    Default Re: MICROOS: Trying to install on raspberry pi 3b+

    I guess it's this one:

    https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1196632

    Can somebody confirm?

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