David McPaul wrote:
2009/5/25 Rob Judd <haiqu@xxxxxxxxxx>:Two partitions is OK as long as you can boot from both of them. If you're chainloading from Windows this might not work easily. One solution in that case would be to install Bootman on the first partition. Then you go through Windows boot manager into Bootman, onto the next partition. Messy but it works.I use 2 partitions to develop under Haiku with. Both partitions boot using the windows ntloader directly into Haiku. No Bootman required.
You're obviously a smart guy to make that work. :)
However, my development requirements don't require me to build Haiku and refresh my development installation. So I only update every few weeks. Indeed, unless you are really looking to live on the bleeding edge, there is no reason to update your development machine.
Or unless you have major issues that still need a solution, and are waiting for it to happen.