add the repo
to your system and download enlightenment/e17 with its dependencies
Then you get a functionable e17, what does not look very nice, still a lot of features missing.
Go to yast, open >software installing/removing, go to > “Anzeigen:Enlightenment:Nightly” (in german version) and mark ALL other not yet installed e-modules for install, you do not need the debug/devel-packages
Do this, you get a black/white e17 desktop with mostly all functions
To colour this up, in the repo are three e17-themes, you like to install them too.
To tune your desktop, go to
download the themes you like and copy them to
in your opensuse-file-system
Log out/in, all choosen themes are available in e17, choosing from menu >settings >themes
To get a internet-connection, e17 plays with connmann/econnmann, what at least here does not work with a MobileBroadband3g-Modem.
So I always logged first in to KDE, established connection with plasmoid-networkmanager, logged out and logged in to e17, connection has been alive.
No more need to do this!
I do not why, but here has been installed gnome-control-center (maybe when installing lxde-desktop here, gnome is not installed)
You will find in e17menu >settings >system >configuration >network this nm-applet from gnome-desktop, which offers the airplane-modus, just choose “MobileBroadband”, click “on” and you get connected, saved this in “favourite applications”, so it is allways up by log-in
What I miss, comparing to bodhilinux, is the possibility to mix themes, saying I got theme x, having icons from theme y and fonts from theme z. , looking for a workaround
But that is not important, so happy, that e17 is working now with opensuse
Only thing to claim is that the Y/Z-keyboard-strokes are on the contraryrotfl!