On Fri, Mar 03, 2017 at 12:32:01AM +0700, Hy wrote, and Adrien Destugues
My name is Hy, I'm an senior student currently learning computer science at
HCMUS, I intends to participate in GSoC 2017. I have basic knowledge about
operating system and want to works with filesystem, I think I will start
Hi, welcome to Haiku!
*Installing Haiku* -- done. I installed haiku (nightly build) on virtualbox
and it worked well.
*Building Haiku from source* -- failed. I built the system both on my ubuntu
16.04 machine and on virtual Haiku, everytime I rebuilt it produced
different errors. I don't know how to deal with it.
If you share a build log (just copy everything from the terminal to
paste.debian.net or some other similar website), we can try to help.
Also I would suggest asking on the haiku-development mailing list, as
you are more likely to get technical help there.
I followed the guide from
https://www.haiku-os.org/documents/dev/running_userlandfs/ in order to build
and run in "userlandfs" mode, but it still obfuscates to me. Can I get more
details about this ?
This page is out of date :(
You can install userlandfs using the package manager:
pkgman install userland_fs
Then you can try to build just one file system against it. Jua just
released his port of fusesmb, this should be not too hard to build:
Or you can try to build one of the Haiku filesystems (jam -q
"<test>reiserfs" may still work). These are tested less often and may
require more work.