FilWip now has white progressbar background, looks like another regression.
Currently my Intel GPU is not supported by the Intel Extreme driver, therefore I must use fail-safe video mode on each and every boot by selecting it in safe mode options.
This was not always the case. Haiku Alpha 3 will boot straight into VESA without having to perform this extra step.
Remove variable 'Chip' from pci-header.awk at line 133 , since it is not used in get_device_info()  .
Fixed in hrev50501.
Around 2 years ago one of my machines (that uses VESA graphics) started requiring me to select a safe video mode on every boot (otherwise it just hangs on the rocket). Knowing that it was between two hrevs 6 months apart I looked for changes relating to VESA between the dates and have found the change  that caused it (tested by reverting the change and testing).
The change to vesa accelerant is intended to only set the video mode if it is different to the current one. But at least on my hardware, it causes the system to not set the video mode correctly on boot.
Fixed in hrev50499.
Applied in hrev50499. Thanks!