[haiku-development] Re: Haiku boot sequence and debugging

I did all that. Hitting space is how I got to the haiku shell.

Interestingly after I reenabled USB, I played around to see what devices were 
detected.

/dev/bus/scsi is there with 0 1 2 3. In zero there is a raw driver.
/dev/disk/scsi 0 1 2 3 are there but 0 and I assume the others is a directory 
its content is pointing to itself.

executing ifconfig loads and detects the LAN card.
Executing  an ls in /dev/input show an empty content for a fraction of a 
second, and then it seem to detect my usb mouse and at keyboard.
After that an ls command display the keyboard device and mouse correctly.
So it seems that this drivers including the usb drivers are not detected yet 
when I enter the  Haiku shell until the ls command in the proper directory 
detects and loads the drivers.
  Any Ideas.

Sandor

Ezzel a dátummal: Friday 18 January 2008 14.20.27 Euan Kirkhope ezt írta:
> On 18/01/2008, Lengyel Sándor <slengyel@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I have an amd64 computer with sata drives and usb mouse.
> > Installed on sda the newest snapshot.
> > If I boot I get the screen, mouse pointer but no tracker.
> > If I go to safe mode with logging, after a while I get into the haiku
> > shell. Since there are no logs in /var/log I assume that the problem
> > happens before the logging is enabled.
> > Lot of commands work in the shell, (Like ls, cd) but for more complicated
> > commands I get "Cannot initialize global fonts.)
> > Since I do not have another computer to  record the boot messages, is
> > there a way to use the haiku shell to find out what is wrong.
> > (I disabled USB in the bios. The problem still exists)
>
> Press space bar to get to the boot menu, and select the option to
> display debug on the screen.  I get the same issue if USB is enabled
> in the BIOS.  Make sure Legacy USB support is also disabled, just in
> the rare case that you have usb keyboard or mouse connected and they
> still work even with it disabled in bios.
>
> Euan



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