atomic.o causes jam quit, in Haiku x86_64 (hrev46641)
|Reported by:||Luposian||Owned by:||bonefish|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||x86-64|
I am using Haiku x86_64 (hrev46641). After downloading all buildtools and the Haiku source tree, building the tools, and doing a ./configure, I type:
jam -q haiku-image.
It goes along fine and then quits at Atomic.o, as shown. I can get it to go further, if I don't include the -q, but then I get various error messages saying that a certain program (I think it's when it's trying to download a file during the Jam), quit unexpectedly and that I have to select what I want to do. I click on "File report".
Eventually, after clicking through a bunch of those error messages, it quits anyways, due to too many failed/skipped files, etc.
My assumption is you should always use -q when running Jam, correct?
I would use Haiku x86_64 (hrev47061; latest version available on HaikuFiles, as of this ticket), but Web+ crashes on it and running Jam eventually causes the screen to black out and render the system totally unresponsive, requiring a manual reboot.
At least with hrev46641, I can use Web+ and the system seems fair stable/usable otherwise.