Icons look blurry when displayed on a high-dpi monitor.
Icons are another issue; logo fixed in https://github.com/haiku/website/commit/0b3afa497270f45dcc2430fb2a6c07c2082cee57.
hrev50857 x86_gcc2, x86_64
Burned anyboot iso to CD
Both CD failed to completely boot to the Haiku installer screen
x86_gcc2 freezes at the rocket icon
x86_64 will KDL every time
I have attached serial debug logs for each boot
The issue appears to have been resolved with hrev50861.
Fixed in hrev50866
Fixed in hrev50864.
After two years I decided to return to Haiku, but I can't boot into Haiku. I tested recent nightlies. The oldest is hrev50657, the newest is hrev50857. I checked anyboot and raw, gcc2hybrid and x86_64. I'm booting in CSM OS mode, from USB 2.0. The ISO image is written to flash stick under Linux, using dd.
/dev/sdb1 * 8192 1236991 1228800 600M eb BeOS fs
You can watch the entire boot process - https://youtu.be/XHaMjqe1Jtc
I can boot only to Haiku Bootloader, but Bootloader can't see any partitions. For a second I see a truncated caption in the upper left corner - "No (or wrong) boot path found, scan for all partitions".
This is a laptop - np355v5c-so5 (AMD APU). Today I borrowed another laptop, Lenovo g50-30 (Intel Bay Trail), by there is the same. EFI is updated.
I remembered that two years ago I had no problem with that. I downloaded the alpha4, I set boot order and it worked normally - http://imgur.com/gallery/HgAh4
Many years ago I had similar problem, on different computer - https://dev.haiku-os.org/ticket/8766
I just built and booted x86_64 hrev50861 and get the above error when trying to launch various applications (Vision and Paladin for example).