When trying to build an x86_64 Haiku image on a gcc2h Haiku host, I end up with an image that can't be booted by the haiku_loader. The error reported is "Version mismatch between boot loader and kernel!".
I'm failing to see anything obvious in the jam logs that would indicate a problem with how the files are compiled.
In order to build on Haiku, I use setarch x86 and run all commands in the gcc4 environment.
setarch x86 configure --build-cross-tools x86_64 ../buildtools --use-gcc-pipe -j4 jam -q -j4 @minimum-anyboot
I am also attaching a copy of the log generated by jam.
I think we can harmonize typographically the view and give a structure to the information.
I suggest the order:
- Version, Date
- Written by
- Based on
Attempted to install wifi "firmwares" from Windows per instructions at https://www.haiku-os.org/guides/daily-tasks/wireless and since I'm on a purely wireless connection I installed 'wget' and downloaded the script which - per the Notes section - can be run from any other OS.
Pure rubbish. Windows doesn't recognise shell scripts. Well, it might with a full Unix shell emulation, but that's a bit much to expect. End result is that I can't connect to the internet on this machine using Haiku.
How about someone just bundles up the files in a zipfile for download?
Cannot set the date format to DD/MM/YY as preferred in Aus/NZ.