[haiku] Re: r1a2 on an eeepc 900

  • From: Neil Munro <neilmunro@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 22 May 2010 16:08:40 +0100

Well since I've built the other two, given the instructions I can
build and upload this third image later tonight. Where can I get
instructions on how to build a hybrid image of A2?

On 22 May 2010 15:57, philip taylor <scraliontis@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> > the irc client i found was bowser, and its asking for libnet.so
>> > libnetapi.so
>> > libstdc++.r4.so , and i also tried caya and that is asking for
>> > libexpat.so.1
>> In a regular Alpha image, Vision would be a pre-installed IRC client, and
>> IIRC it's based in part on Bowser, at least it's a more advanced client
>> which
>> you should prefer. The missing libs seem to be caused by the fact that you
>> are trying to run GCC2 software on a GCC4 only Haiku build. The problem
>> with
>> Caya could be caused by the fact that it does not include all it's
>> libraries,
>> since it probably targets a full Alpha build of Haiku, wich would normally
>> include libexpat.
>> IIRC, someone mentioned he wanted an image as small as possible, but it
>> may
>> have been better to build a true @alpha-* profile image, configured as
>> hybrid
>> build. In another words an image which is the same as a regular Haiku
>> Alpha2
>> image, with the only difference being the IDE stack is used instead of the
>> ATA stack.
>> Best regards,
>> -Stephan
> Thats a good idea Stephan, it will make it easier to try and get apps
> running on it aswell,if its as you said, a full r1a2 image, only change ide
> stack insted of the ata one.

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