What is missing (for me)
Sometimes I try the latest nightly builds of Haiku. I was happy when yesterday I tried the latest, and I got wifi connection with my Intel Centrino 6230 card. It was automatically select one network, and now I can use the internet.
There was another cool thing: when I set up my mailbox, I only entered my e-mail, and the program filled out the other fields (username, server) perfectly.
But some drivers/options I need to have to use perfectly Haiku on my PC:
- first, it does not see my Kingston mSata SSD drive, so I can use the system only from USB (I do not use any other (IDE/SATA) storage)
- I got a Microsoft Bluetooth mouse what is not working with Haiku (or I do not know how to set it up)
- and I can connect only to free wifi (I do not know how to set up to connect to my home network using WPA2-Personal/AES, because I do not know where to enter the password)
I saw in the source tree of Haiku there are some bluetooth driver/add-on, so may be it is possible to parse my mouse. In the Intel Centrino 6230 there is bluetooth too, but I do not know how to use it.
motherboard: Intel DH61AG
cpu: Intel core i3 2100T
ram: Kingston DDR3-soDIMM 8GB
hdd: Kingston ms100 64GB mSata SSD
net: Intel Centrino 6230 mini-PCIe
mouse: Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse 5000
Can somebody help me how can I solve the problems above? Is there any solution, or I need to wait until these parts will be implemented in Haiku?