I am a new comer to Haiku.
By chance, I came to know BeOS is alive in the name of Haiku.
Here is how I installed Haiku OS on my machine
(model FMV-Biblio-Loox-U50X/V of year 2007 from Fujitsu).
I followed instructions from haiku-os.org and made a bootable USB.
The first success was “haiku-r1alpha4”.
Unfortunately, the OS did not find the WIFI device driver.
I tried “haiku-master-hrev52357-x86_gcc2_hybrid-anyboot”.
Booting hrev52357 was not obvious for me.
I consulted “https://www.haiku-os.org/guides/troubleshooting”.
Booting was successful after setting “fail-safe video mode” in the booting process,
I installed Haiku on the partition “Haiku” of the hard drive on my machine.
Booting from the hard drive still required “fail-safe video mode” on.
I deleted “#” at the beginning of the line of
“fail-safe video mode”
in the file
(for easy booting).
This worked fine so I do not need to hold shift-key while booting Haiku.
I still need help for three issues.