I wanted to create a multi-boot uefi system and I used rEFind Boot manager, actually it works… I think the problem is Haiku itself.
the system has windows 10 partitions and 1 Haiku r1b2 partition.
EFI partition is structured this way:
under boot there’s BOOTX64.EFI (already there from Microsoft) and HAIKUBOOTX64.EFI which I put there (I even tried with an older haiku bootx64.efi which was smaller in size, with no luck)
skipping these details, the problems shows up when, in boot process, Haiku hangs on the disk icon…
If I have the Haiku dvd inside my dvd reader the boot process reads it and brings me to the installed haiku on hard drive, if I don’t put my dvd inside it hangs there (on that icon)…