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It was, and it's a GCC4-only change anyway.
Seeing an ABI change in BRosterLaunch::Launch per Pe.
This ticket is to review the change to make sure it was on purpose as designed.
~> lpe test resolve symbol "_ZNK7BRoster6LaunchEPKciPPcPi" returned -...
That translates to:
BRoster::Launch(char const*, int, char**, int*) const;
When shelling into a GCC4 build environment with 'setarch x86', the PATH statement changes to point to the ~/x86 directories. LIBRARY_PATH should change likewise, but doesn't. This leads to 'library not found' errors, especially when using languages like Pascal.
Can be seen by dumping the environment to the terminal with the 'env' command.
This isn't a bug in Haiku. I just need to change OpenJDK to use getaddrinfo instead of gethostbyname_r.
Downloading a large file at a high rate with wget results in "Interrupted system call" messages.
sshd is complaining of a missing symbol "innetgr" in the network kit.
A sony USB memory stick was working fine. I just deleted the RECYCLED and .files . Now once mounting it is going to the debug mode.
PANIC: ASSERT FAILED (/home/builder/builds/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/file_systems/fat/fat.c:444): 0
This memory stick is still working fine in a mac.
I can't use network anymore after upgrading to the recent builds. I tried latest four build from 49314 no difference. Wifi not working and not even the ethernet. After taking password for wifi, it stucks in configuring. Never getting the ip addresses. If i disable the card, it says ready but never work.
It was working fine in earlier builds.
Oops, sorry, misunderstood ticket.
PulkoMandy is correct, that's invalid XHTML. You have to close the <img> tag for it to be valid XHTML.
There's been a PCMCIA bus in the tree for some time.
support/Archivable.h calls <image.h>
This isn't found, since the directory it lives in isn't in the header path.
Should be <kernel/image.h>
This header is required fpor the definition of image_id in the following line:
BArchivable* instantiate_object(BMessage* from, image_id* id);