All right, so back again on track with Haiku 64 on Ryzen. The setup has changed due to some hardware issues, so the updated setup from the first post in 201809 is:
MB: MSI B350M Bazooka
Processor: Ryzen 5 2400G 4Core
RAM: 24 GB 2400
HD: 500 GB SSD SATA (no NVMe) using GPT partition table
KM: Ugreen USB switch
Keyboard: Wired Microsoft Comfort 3000 (plugged in the KVM)
Mouse: Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic
Video through mDP on Radeon RX 560 4GB DDR5
All 64 bit, and all UEFI dual booting with Ubuntu Vanilla Gnome 19.04. I’m on nightlies again:
Haiku aqvila 1 hrev53202 Jun 17 2019 19:33:06 x86_64 x86_64 Haiku
Right now, there is no limit for RAM, all 24 GB are seen by the OS.
Everything seems to work fine but some small issues:
- need Safe Graphics Mode (nothing changed here yet, Screen Prefs says Framebuffer)
- dual boot does a weird thing on every boot, saying no boot device found and needing to select the hard drive where Haiku is installed prior to continue booting.
- no audio through mDP (mini Display Port) (-presumed because using safe mode, so no Radeon Driver active-)
I need to check the UEFI boot stuff prior to notify a bug. As now share the HW between Haiku and Ubuntu gamedev, less available time to test, but will keep on going.