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This problem is systematic. Segmentation violation on RemoveChild() view detach().
I'm getting SSL warnings in WebPositive. Most easily tested is buying an item on ebay then going to Paypal, at which time the warning pops up saying that the certificate can't be confirmed.
I also have to log in to Paypal twice, which is different behaviour to any other OS I've used.
In the Time preflet, the 'Set time zone' button is greyed out. Changing from local time to GMT (actually called UTC since forever) also does nothing.
hrev 49058 installed.
I seems that you're using A4.1 which had CPUfrequency preflet. It was deleted more that a year ago, see http://cgit.haiku-os.org/haiku/log/src/preferences/cpufrequency
So please use a recent nightly image to report bugs http://download.haiku-os.org/nightly-images/x86_gcc2_hybrid/
On my Lenovo T60 laptop the CPU speed is detected correctly as Core Duo 1.83GHz but the menu bar shows it as ??GHz.
Also, the manufacturer isn't detected which is kind of curious given that these things are pretty old and common.
Model: AMD Radeon R5 230
PCI ID: VEN 1002 DEV 6779
When attempting to boot Haiku nightly, the boot screen shows up fine, but instead of displaying the desktop I get a black screen.
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.
Fixed in hrev49084.
We can :)
After hrev48973 the misbehaving buildbot was put offline: http://buildbot.haiku-os.org/buildslaves/arfonzo-bot1-debian
It uses a stable debian install, which has outdated libraries and cannot compile Haiku properly anymore. I am closing this ticket as I think any bot with more up to date software will not have this problem anymore. Please let us know if you hit the problem again.
It's also possible that hrev49058 helped fix this issue.
Fixed in hrev49072.
As I can understand after a while the Backgrounds application start receiving a burst of B_MOUSE_IDLE messages. With an increasing number of "be:view_where" fields.
This is hrev49058.
Yes, these are just badly versionned packages (what's inside the package doesn't match the version).
Please report these problems at Haikuports.org.