I’ve been trying to get Haiku to install using GRUB just before the alpha RC1 was released, I’ve had no such luck with my current machine. I was stumbling around in my cd collection and found this old Partition Editor/ Bootloader Application called Boot-It NG, Well it works with Haiku. It’s currently Installed on a Single 40Gb Harddisk, with Boot-It Ng installed to the Hard Disk to act as a Bootloader. It’s kinda funny though. I had downloaded this program a long time ago, and never thought it would see any use again. Well, It pays to clean out our cd-rom collection every so often! Here’s a link to the website. http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/bootit-next-generation.htm
That’s great, but Haiku’s own boot manager, bootman, usually works fine.