Haiku Kernal Panic when booting from USB - Dell E6430
|Reported by:||erik.bamberg||Owned by:||mmlr|
|Keywords:||Kernal Panic, Boot, Dell E6430||Cc:||erik.bamberg@…|
I tried to boot Haiku from on USB stick on my Dell Latitude E6430 laptop. I used the anyboot image for x64-64 systems.
booting is slow. After choosing a language and "start desktop" I see the kernal panic message and cannot boot to the desktop.
I tried debug options and disable all controllers I found in the bootloader. I can start the desktop then, but after the first click to start an app or open a folder I see the Kernal Panic Page again.
I attached a screenshot of this.
With the nightly build I can boot to the desktop, don't see any applications and system crashes when I try to open any application.
I am new to Haiku, tested BeOS years ago with the same result that it was not possible to boot on my machines. As an older amiga developer I really would like to contribute to the system :-).
Change History (24)
comment:20 by , 8 months ago
|Component:||System/Kernel → Drivers/USB/EHCI|
|Version:||R1/beta1 → R1/Development|