Downloaded ISO and booted to a virtual machine. The video is VMVGA, mouse PS/2. I see the kernel loading and the 3 squares, probing, initializing virtual terminals, and then garbage.
However, if I do a ctrl+alt+f1 (virtual terminal), ctrl+alt+f7 (graphical display), the page is refreshed and I see the licence page. But, I have no discernable input device that I know of. If I just hit the enter key it appears nothing happens, but if I do another f1/f7 switch, the next page is displayed, but again no input device.
I can downgrade the video to VGA and then I normally have to installed xf86-input-vmmouse from opensuse YaST, and a number of other steps to get the video corrected everywhere. Can I get YaST to recognize the VMVGA driver sooner during the install?
I have tried:
F3-Video Mode options
F6-Driver, URL. URL points to “http://download.opensuse.org/update/13.2/driverupdate” but got “Object not found”.