All this is done only for developers and hardcore users! You can use all this at your own risk! No one is responsible for the loss of information due to this. Team Haiku does not provide technical support for this outrage!
HAKILO (ex HUPE) v.2019019 by s40in
HAKILO is a common name for a set of programs and scripts that make Haiku more similar to BeOS: it disables the package system and unpacks them into the system.
If you don’t need it, you can close this web page
- hakilo_installer4anyboot-1.0.1.zip - scripts for make Haiku anyboot image
- hupe_engine - Outdated scripts, but it works. It will be replaced by HakiPKG (coming soon…)
Why do you need it?
- Full disk access and all system files (easy to remove/replace libs, drivers, kernel !)
- Easy run old BeOS software with old path (you can easy create needed folders and symlinks)
- Consumes less RAM, useful for virtual machine
- You kernel developer
- You crazy haiku user
Is it a Haiku fork?
- No. Not planned soon. But it is planned to improve and increase functionality. If you have any ideas what to add or change - write to me.
HAKILO are just addons and tools for OS Haiku that change its work. It’s like Norton Utilities for DOS: D
Can I install Haiku packages?
This is the old way, but it works. Soon to be new
- Yes. Manual only. See scripts in Terminal “hupe_*”
- hupe_package_install.sh - for install one HPKG
- hupe_package_installall.sh - for install all HPKG from folder
Can I use HaikuDepot for install application?
- No, only manual install from terminal
Can I convert my Рaiku to a HUPE?
- Yes, but you will need another Haiku (on another disk or usb flash drive) to run the script. See the script hupe_convert_Haiku2hupe.sh
How to install?
Easy unpack hakilo_installer4anyboot-1.0.1.zip to Haiku anyboot image.
When unpacking, no files are replaced with the ISO image. This was made possible thanks to the excellent Haiku package manager with ‘blacklist entries’!
Install use USB flash disk
- Write Haiku anyboot image to USB flash
- Unpack hakilo_installer4anyboot-1.0.1.zip to USB flash
Install use ISO image (for VirtualBox or burn to CD disk)
- Register Haiku anyboot ISO in diskimage (Terminal app).
- Mount Image in Tracker (default path /Haiku1)
- Unpack hakilo_installer4anyboot-1.0.1.zip to to /Haiku1
- Unmount image in Tracker
- UnRegister image in diskimage
See pictures about it.
Register image and mount
Unmount and unregister
Install the operating system as usual.
Wait for the packages to be unpacked, install the boot manager (if needed), close all windows and reboot.