On Apr 11, 2008, at 3:55 AM, Stephan Assmus wrote:
I have the same problem on one of my computers and when I use the new IDEbus manager from Marcus, I can boot Haiku on that machine. To use this alternative IDE bus manager, you have to build your own image from the source code.... which leads me onto your next question:
You mean, if I do a "jam -q haiku-image", the new IDE bus manager is included, but if I download a Raw Haiku image from haiku-os.org, it isn't? That's odd. Is it the development platform (Linux vs. BeOS R5)? Which also begs the question... why are images I jam in BeOS R5 only 100Mb in size, yet images I download from Haiku-os.org are 250Mb in size? 150Mb difference? Why? What is in the downloadable image that isn't in the ones I make myself?
I just did a jam a couple days ago (4/9/08) ago... will the new IDE bus manager be in it?