Hello,Yesterday I've compiled and ran r24809, I believe, on real hardware. I was able to work with it for some time but then it KDL'ed (saying something like 'unused page ... should not have a cache', or similar). 'continue' brought up other error messages, so I had no other choice than to 'reboot'. Since then, booting up Haiku reproducibly shows me a license agreement on a blue background and afterwards the Haiku installer. Is this expected behavior? Does this mean that rebooting Haiku from KDL has completely ruined my file system, and this is some fallback functionality? Or is something else going wrong? Either way it seems this shouldn't happen! It was on the first boot and the last thing I did was re-running subversion's configure, it had just checked successfully for the version of Perl. I'd expect some damaged files possibly but still a bootable Haiku partition since I didn't mess with anything crucial.
If you're interested in any debug info or part of the partition for analysis, let me know soon, before I overwrite it.