> > Haiku is getting updated several times per day, how do you plan to > > support > that? > Support our factory or end users? End user, that is how would you handle support requests from people using your hardware with Haiku ? > > Haiku is MIT licensed so you are free to preinstall it > We need of document about it (Agreement) for our police :-) Ah... well, how do you do with Linux ? Do you have an agreement with a distro maker like RedHat ? I suppose Haiku, Inc can craft you one. > > Have you tried installing Haiku onto them yet? > If so can you post the output of listdev so we can see what devices > are in it? (in terminal type listdev, then copy/paste that into an > email) That might help in seeing what > hardware is working and > what's > not for that model. > Yes, I try it. In any case: Haiku functionality more then DOS... > Most currently preinstalling Haiku on low end notebooks on SiS > chipset. > For example listdev from one candidate: > > device Multimedia controller (Audio device) [4|3|0] > vendor 1039: Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS] > device 7502: Azalia Audio Controller How is audio supported ? François.