Stephan Assmus <superstippi@xxxxxx> wrote: > If you rather > keep working on your other Haiku projects, maybe it would save you > some > grief to switch to Linux as a host platform for the time being. > Although > when you develop a driver, it may be inconvenient, because then you > probably can't use a virtual machine for testing. :-\ In that case, > maybe a > setup with two computers could work, where you keep your code and do > your > coding on a Linux machine, and keep a second machine running with > Haiku and > transfer your test binaries via network all the time. If you want to > test > complete images, maybe network booting the second machine may be an > option > for "ok" turn-around times. Developing a driver can usually be best done (if it's not available in emulation) via network boot from a second system. This provides acceptable short turnaround times, and might even work if both systems are running Haiku -- didn't try that, yet, though (it definitely works fine with a Linux host, though). Bye, Axel.