I’m trying to dual boot an ASUS TUF A15 to run both Windows 10 and openSUSE Leap 15.2
Chip: AMD Ryzen 7 4800H
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060
With GParted I shrank the windows C: partition and moved partitions around so that there are about 500GB of unallocated space at the end of the partition list.
I made the leap 15.2 installation iso and the checksum was fine and the disk verified after burning. Secure boot is disabled.
My problem is that when I go to install, after selecting installation from the menu, a message comes up with “Your computer does not fulfill requirements for a graphical installation. There is either less than 96MB memory or the X server could not be started. As fallback, the text front-end of YaST2 will guide you through the installation. This front-end offers the same functionality as the graphical one, but the screens differ from those in the manual.”
Under the openSUSE Leap 15.2 Start-Up doc, section 4.5 (Fails to Launch Graphical Installer) the solutions are to change the screen resolution, use the text mode, or do a remote installation. I cannot change the screen resolution as “GRUB 2 for EFI on openSUSE Leap does not support a boot prompt or function keys for adding boot parameters” (same doc, section 2.2.2) and the use of the F3 key is needed to change resolution. I have a very hard time reading the text mode interface, and was trying to avoid the remote installation.
Does anyone know what I could do to get the graphical interface to work? I’ve been using the same laptop for years before this one, so I don’t know if maybe there’s a new setting I’ve missed? None of the other dual boots I or friends have done have encountered this particular problem, and I can’t find much when googling around.