Haiku booting process hangs at ohci ownership change
|Reported by:||vaisarger||Owned by:||mmlr|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||x86|
Hi! My system is a very old laptop with only OHCI type USB, I would use in it Haiku because of its efficiency, and because i'm curious to test it. (In such machine, it's pointless using QEMU, since bare metal is so slow) Haiku iso is the last 32 bit official haiku-r1beta1-x86_gcc2_hybrid-anyboot, whose I burned a bootable DVD.
Boot process hangs at third icon, then I started to modify boot options and saw boot log messages.
As I said, when boot reaches the device section, first it complies that there is no uhci usb, and then writes the last row: "usb ohci -1: smm in control of the host controller". And nothing more. Afterward I read that Haiku, in the boot process, normally changes the ownership of the device, and then goes ahead (not in my case).
The system BIOS is rather old and with very few options, so I could only enable/disable "USB legacy support" and the expected S.O. "WindowsXP/Other", but nothing changes.
(I tried to push power button, but nothing happens until I push it for 7-8 sec, afterwards system shuts down)
I then tried to blacklist ohci usb support, but being the installation media a DVD rom, it is not possible. Obviously I tried to enable *every* option in safe mode section, like add-on disabling, don't call the BIOS, video failsafe, ACPI, etc.etc., every one, but no effect.
Then I copied the image in a USB stick (through Etcher) to blacklist ohci, but, while my BIOS supports "Removable Devices", it's not working anyway (it seems trasparent to the bios, and it then shifts to HD boot).
So I'm stuck.
Is there a way to download ISO image with ohci support disabled? May I write some commands at some point?
Change History (11)
comment:1 by , 9 months ago
|Component:||System/Kernel → Drivers/USB/OHCI|
|Keywords:||boot ohci usb removed|
|Priority:||critical → normal|