physical vmware haiku boot works - in native mode the bootloader cannot find a device
|Reported by:||Owned by:||axeld|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
Description (last modified by )
CPU Type: Mobile Intel Pentium IIIE, 500 MHz (5 x 100) Motherboard Name: BM 26458PG Motherboard Chipset: Intel 82440BX/ZX System Memory: 256 MB (SDRAM) BIOS Type: IBM (11/30/99) Video Adapter: NeoMagic MagicGraph256ZX driver (4091 KB)
SAMSUNG MP0402H (40 GB, 5400 RPM, Ultra-ATA/100)
C: (FAT32) 9529 MB
then some logical devices in an extended partition haiku got
$ makebootable -full /haiku Using full mode bootsector /dev/disk/ide/ata/0/master/0/0_5 successfully made bootable. $
/haiku space is about 10000MB
/dev/disk/ide/ata/0/master/0/0_4 is used for beos and after /haiku at the moment there is unused space. Maybe a big bfs or fat32 partition will follow.
if i install a second beos or zeta on /haiku partition, they all will boot!
HAIKU boots too, but not natve. The only way is to use vmware which I configured using the whole physical hdd device. BeOS bootman starts and I can choose between win2k, beos and haiku. All will run. Choosing haiku I see the fastest BeOS in vmware. :)
In native mode, the HAIKU bootloader doesn't find an boot device. I can scan for a device but it doesn't help. The only way is to restart. Then the notebook boots again and I can do my choice in bootman again.
At the moment I could not find my 2.5 USB adapter to install HAIKU on a new whole hdd for testing. I will search it.
My HAIKU build was rev16537_raw.tar.bz2 (others before cause the same problem)
On my desktop pc I have a native running HAIKU
nick #haiku is b3w
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|Summary:||physical vmware haiku boot works - in native mode the bootloader cannot find a device → physical vmware haiku boot works - in native mode the bootloader cannot find a device|