[haiku] Re: r1a2 on an eeepc 900

svn checkout -r 36769
http://svn.haiku-os.org/haiku/haiku/branches/releases/r1alpha2
path/r1alpha2

That should work, though I haven't tried it. "path" should be the same
place buildtools is checked out.

On 5/20/10, Neil Munro <neilmunro@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> If someone can point me to the documentation page I shall build a
> reconfigured ISO for eeepc systems then, but I can't find the exact
> page. I can find how to build current SVN Haiku but dunno how to check
> out the Alpha 2 revision. Can someone tell me how to checkout alpha 2
> svn so I can simply rebuild that? Or should I just checkout current
> svn and build that?
>
> Thanks
> Niadh
>
> On 20 May 2010 23:32, philip taylor <scraliontis@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi Neil
>> Thats a good idea, maybe a build of r1a2?
>> And i do believe there are compilation instructions on the haiku website.
>> Philip :)
>> On 20 May 2010 23:19, Neil Munro <neilmunro@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>
>>> I use the same EEEPC model, if someone gives me the correct
>>> instructions I would be happy to build an iso/package. If I can build
>>> a simple software package to do this it might be easier since moving
>>> an iso file from my computer to somewhere on the net with a good
>>> bandwidth might be difficult. But am happy to do the work as I benefit
>>> from having a Haiku image I can use myself.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Niadh
>>>
>>> On 20 May 2010 23:05, philip taylor <scraliontis@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> > Moin Axel
>>> > It is a weird issue,
>>> > I wonder which bit of the ata subsystem makes it in-compatible?
>>> > And i dont have the hdd space to do a build, i only have my netbook
>>> > working
>>> > right now, very limited hdd space.
>>> > Thanks for your reply Axel.
>>> > On 20 May 2010 22:53, Axel Dörfler <axeld@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> >>
>>> >> philip taylor <scraliontis@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> >> > Any ideas on getting r1a2 booted on an eeepc 900, it halts on boot
>>> >> > on
>>> >> > the
>>> >> > hdd icon,  in safemode as well as normal boot.
>>> >> > I do believe  http://dev.haiku-os.org/ticket/3933 may have something
>>> >> > to do
>>> >> > with it, but not sure.
>>> >> > I am no programmer so cant fix this myself.
>>> >>
>>> >> This is indeed the issue you have found already; currently, the only
>>> >> solution is to replace the ATA subsystem with the old IDE one which
>>> >> worked fine on that system.
>>> >> If you can build Haiku for yourself, this is pretty simple (just add a
>>> >> "HAIKU_ATA_STACK = 0 ;" to your UserBuildProfile), otherwise, I don't
>>> >> know if someone has a package prepared.
>>> >>
>>> >> Bye,
>>> >>   Axel.
>>> >>
>>> >>
>>> >
>>> >
>>>
>>
>>
>
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