Can't build bootable Haiku 64-bit image on Acer Aspire 5560-7414 laptop
|Reported by:||Luposian||Owned by:||nobody|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||x86-64|
I am using Lubuntu 12.04, on an 8Gb PNY Attache' USB stick. I can build "Haiku 64" CD .iso images, but they won't boot (panic at 4th icon). I ran "jam clean" and both tried to rebuild a CD .iso (panic at 4th icon) and just ran "jam clean" and tried creating an Anyboot image, and it ended with the following:
BuildAnybootMBR1 generated/base_mbr.bin /bin/sh: 3: yasm: not found
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:generated/objects/linux/lib ; build/scripts/rm_attrs generated/objects/linux/x86/release/tools/rm_attrs -f generated/base_mbr.bin yasm -f bin src/bin/writembr/mbr.S -O5 -o generated/base_mbr.bin
...failed BuildAnybootMBR1 generated/base_mbr.bin ...
BUILD FAILURE: ...failed updating 1 target(s)... ...skipped 1 target(s)... ...updated 718 target(s)... luposian@luposian-Aspire-5560:~/haiku/haiku$
Xyzzy was able to send me an Anyboot image that, once I burned it to CD in Lubuntu, it booted perfectly on both my Aspire 5560-7414 laptop, as well as my Aspire X1200 desktop.
But nothing I do, on my own, seems to give me a bootable copy.
I use my laptop as my build system, because I'm in my room more often than out in my workshop.
Does Lubuntu HAVE to have Virtual Memory enabled, to build properly? I don't have enough disk space on my USB stick with VM enabled, to build Haiku 64, so I simply reinstalled Lubuntu without and now have 1.3Gb free.
My system has 4Gb of RAM, so I don't think it NEEDS Virtual Memory enabled. But I could be wrong. I do a Verify, when burning the image to CD-R, to make sure everything is good there. It passes that as well.
Hope someone has some answers that yield positive results.