Stephan Aßmus <superstippi@xxxxxx> wrote: > - The Media add-ons build failed, because they tried to link against > yet > non existing stuff. Changing into the src/addons/media folder and > jamming > there fixed the problem. > > - The test/add-ons/kernel/file_systems/fs_shell and bfs did not > build. > Changing into the respective folders and jamming there fixed the > problem. Now that I think about it, could it be that Jam hits a BeOS limit? Specifically, the open FD limit? That would make a very simple explanation for this misbehaviour, and would be simple to fix as well. > - I can boot into Haiku now, but the system appears to be frozen > (Terminal > is showing, but I cannot move the mouse or type something). Maybe the > input_server is not working correctly? It appears there is no more > "ps2_hid" driver, only "keyboard" and "mouse". Unfortunately, I > cannot > serial debug. I haven't kept compiling and running Haiku for over a > month, > though I did read all commit messages. I don't remember a commit > though > which could be related to Haiku stopping to work on my machine. Hm, have you tried replacing the Terminal with the old MiniTerminal to see if that brings a relief? Have you enabled the on-screen KDL (aka blue screen)? And if so, does pressing F12 drops you into the kernel debugger? > I think the build gurus among us should try and fix those "out of the > box" > compile problems, or new developers might be alienated. Indeed. Just like the full build under Linux :-) Bye, Axel.