"Jonas Sundstrom" <kirilla@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > I've tried building it myself (yesterday, fresh tarball) as well > > > as > > > using the current build farm floppy, but it doesn't seem to do > > > much > > > of anything before rebooting. > > > Mine's a 2GHz Celeron, i845, 512MB regular BeOS PC. > > Since it works here, I currently don't care a lot > > when it doesn't work at other places as you can't > > do much with the kernel anyway. > I'm not complaining, I'm simply asking which of -halt- and -reboot- > is > the expected behaviour at the moment. > > My thoughts were that perhaps my PC was so fast that it rebooted > before > I could read the output. > > I'm just trying to figure out if what I'm seeing here is the expected > behaviour or not. If you are using the floppy boot image, you should get a prompt as the result of the boot process. If you are booting HD, you should see a halt which really is the kernel debugger (over serial null-modem). Bye, Axel.