openSUSE:Using The Raspberry Pi Header
Various versions of the Raspberry Pi come with either a 26-pin header or a 40-pin header, a range of hats are already documented, this page aims to give all the information required to use a hat that is not yet documented or to use your own device.
Hats designed for the 26-pin header will generally also fit the 40-pin header.
The Header provides access to a number of hardware based communication protocols you can find out how to configure them with the following guides or you can use the GPIO Pins Directly
- In Yast go to bootloader->Kernel Parameters and remove "console=ttyS0,115200n8"
- Disable the getty service systemctl disable email@example.com
- On the Raspberry Pi3 you will also need to disable bluetooth in /boot/efi/extraconfig.txt add dtoverlay=disable-bt