Philip Harrison <haikutime@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On 5/1/05, Axel Dörfler <axeld@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Philip Harrison <haikutime@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > How are you guys booting into Haiku? All I get is the "Welcome > > > to > > > the Haiku Boot Loader". It also says "<No Boot volume found>". > > > > > > What I'm doing is: > > > ./configure --target=haiku > > > makehdimage /haiku > > Where is this /haiku partition located exactly? > It is the second partition on the same drive. > I've got an 8GB drive. The first partition is 6.5GB for BeOS 5.0.3. > The second partition is 1.4 GB for haiku. There doesn't seem to be a reason why it shouldn't work; try calling "makebootable" again on the target partition. Maybe the partition offset is messed up (although I currently can't remember if that actually matters if there is only one Haiku partition). Have you had a look at the volume menu in the boot loader? > > What system do you have? > AMD K6-2 400 MHz > SOYO Motherboard, I believe it has a Via chipset. > ATI Rage 128 > Realtek 8139 I am not sure about the graphics, but the rest should be supported :) > > What compiler did you use? > Oliver Tappe's gcc-2.95.3-beos-041025 > Should I be using Oliver Tappe's gcc-3.4.3? > ld and jam off the haiku website. You don't need to update "ld" when you're using GCC 2.95.3. The rest looks good, I think :) And yes, Oliver's compiler is the recommended one - other compilers might not be able to compile our tree correctly. Bye, Axel.