[haiku-development] Re: Bug #5 (Boot partition problem on USB key)

Yes, I wanted to post a ticket, but I really don't know what or where to get 
the info!? Haiku simply hangs, and I've got to reboot. I'm running on a usb 
key, so I don't think any log is saved? Even if there was a log, I wouldn't 
know where to get it. I'll check for failsafe firefox, and shell? Maybe theres 
a "verbatile" firefox loading possible in the shell, so I could capture the 
loading error before hang... Other than that, if you can post a couple of tips 
to get concrete info other than "Haiku hangs" I will certainly post a ticket. I 
just don't want to post something useless for you guys, and as you've probably 
understood, I'm quite new to bug tracking and stuff (especially on haiku).

I was told haiku outputs kdl messages through serial (db9), maybe I could take 
advantage of this. I'll look into it, and also upgrade to latest revision, 
cause you guys are upgrading so fast :)


Hopefully I'll pin-point the problem,
Socapex_2K


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From: Urias McCullough <umccullough@xxxxxxxxx>
To: haiku-development@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Tuesday, November 18, 2008 6:32:03 PM
Subject: [haiku-development] Re: Bug #5 (Boot partition problem on USB key)

On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 3:16 PM, Philippe Michael Groarke
<philippe_groarke@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, I don't think this is the right mail list to discuss this though. It was
> simply my feeling. That porting an app like firefox is quite hard and
> troublesome (dependencies and libs). Also, the techtalk on google shows
> firefox crashing :P
>
> Really it's nothing, just my impression.

It seems discussing a crashing Firefox here would be reasonable -
since it had been working quite well for some time now and that
shouldn't simply cease to be the case.

The google tech talk I assume you're referring to took place like 18
months ago...

In any case, I ask because it would probably be a recent regression if
Firefox "obviously" crashes - and probably would deserve a bug in Trac
at least: http://dev.haiku-os.org

- Urias


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