Philippe Houdoin <philippe.houdoin@xxxxxxx> wrote: > Nathan Sandver asked:: > > The compile problem I had earlier seemed to fix itself after "jam > > clean" and then re-running makehdimage. So I tried to boot Haiku > > after > > makehdimage finished, and now it seems to hang at the pretty logo > > boot > > screen. > > > > Are there any known problems with booting on multiprocessor > > systems? I > > have a dual P-II 400 as my Haiku/BeOS play machine. > Indeed, Haiku's SMP system support is currently broken. That's a > known bug. > Unless you removed one of your Pentium, you can't boot Haiku ATM, > AFAIK. SMP support is not only still broken, it's also disabled - Haiku should boot fine on SMP machines, just like Windows 98 (by utilizing only one CPU) ;-) To find out what's going wrong, the best thing you can have right now is a serial debugging cable. If you don't have that, you currently can't do much about it, sorry (on-screen debug output will come later as well). > This bug will be fixed by R1. BeOS R5 well support SMP systems, so > it's a > mandatory feature for Haiku team. It will definitely be fixed way before R1. Bye, Axel.