Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #10815, comment 10


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Aug 14, 2016 10:17:42 PM (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #10815, comment 10

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    1 Thank you for that extensive explanation. However, many moons ago, I was able to build 64-bit Haiku from within 64-Bit Haiku and the revisions I build were bootable, as I created .iso CD images. Go far back enough in the revision tree and you will see. Problem is, you have to download the source tree from that aged time point, not recent. This was obviously before Haiku had package management and might have had an early revision (working to some degree), Web Positive.
     1Thank you for that extensive explanation. However, many moons ago, I was able to build 64-bit Haiku from within 64-Bit Haiku and the revisions I built were bootable, as I created .iso CD images. Go far back enough in the revision tree and you will see. Problem is, you have to download the source tree from that aged time point, not recent. This was obviously before Haiku had package management and might have had an early revision (working to some degree), Web Positive.
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    33I can't say what revision nor year, but I was doing it. Google my handle ("Luposian") and Haiku x86_64. I'm sure I mentioned something about revisions I was building at that time. If I have some free time, I'll look into it myself.  "Google is your friend". :-D