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.
When building Haiku in a VM, make sure you give the VM enough ram 2GB+
and enough HDD space, 16GB should be enough. If it bails out during
compile, you may need to delete the generated directory and run it
again. If you still have troubles you can try asking on IRC #haiku on
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This page is out of date :(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:
On 3 March 2017 at 07:57, Thomas Mueller <mueller6723@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I know Haiku can read and write FAT32, cat read ext2fs (also write?), but
Further discussion in a separate thread, please.
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