Now, it only gets to the hard drive icon (with the leaf) and sits there. After a few minutes, it KDL's and says it can't find a boot partition! I tried changing the drive type from "Legacy" to "Native/IDE" to "Native/AHCI". No difference. It always KDL's now, saying it can't find a boot partition.
From the frying pan into the fire? Or did I do something wrong? Luposian On Apr 11, 2008, at 2:06 PM, Rene Gollent wrote:
On Fri, Apr 11, 2008 at 3:22 PM, Luposian <luposian@xxxxxxx> wrote: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 IDE bus 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 thesource code.... which leads me onto your next question:You mean, if I do a "jam -q haiku-image", the new IDE bus manager isincluded, 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?No, you have to explicitly modify a jamfile to include the new IDE bus manager. Specifically, edit src/add-ons/kernel/bus_managers/Jamfile and where it says: SubInclude HAIKU_TOP src add-ons kernel bus_managers ide ; change to: SubInclude HAIKU_TOP src add-ons kernel bus_managers ata ; Then rebuild. Rene