Hardware List for Haiku

Thanks for the tip.
As soon as my daughter and her twins are back on the road after dinner, I’ll try this!

Have now exhausted and entered all sources (thanks to @ apgreimann). Now we can collect new hardware tests. You can also name hardware for which there are currently no menu entries, these are created quickly.

I sometimes have duplicate entries in the lists. This is due to the fact that I either overlooked this :wink: or deliberately left it there, since one entry suggests a functional card and the other a non-functional card of the same type. This means that this function that is no longer available can be reported to the developers or you can use an older driver.


As soon as I have my physical Haiku machine running I’ll run the tool and send in the data. At the moment I’m only running Haiku in VMs

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Here is finally the data from all my devices where I could successfully boot Haiku:
Lenovo 3000 N200 (Nightly): https://transfer.sh/fnVg4v/sat-lenovo-3000-n200.zip
Acer TravelMate B117 series (R1Beta3): https://transfer.sh/cckQB6/sat-acer-travelmate-b117-series.zip
My desktop computer (R1Beta3): https://transfer.sh/KrUhKb/sat-custom-desktop-computer.zip
dercomputerladen Office-PC (R1Beta3 from USB): https://transfer.sh/i7AJk7/sat-dercomputerladen-office-pc.zip
HP Compaq Presario (R1Beta3 from USB): https://transfer.sh/H3It1l/sat-hp-compaq-presario.zip
GPD Win (R1Beta3 from USB): https://transfer.sh/8KjoSw/sat-gpd-win.zip
Medion Akoya (R1Beta3 from USB): https://transfer.sh/bwIODl/sat-medion-akoya.zip
When the UEFI bootloader for 32bit is ready,I can try two additional devices.


I think it looks not so bad with tested systems with Haiku. The Database is up to date now.

Complete Systems listed: 279
Graphic cards listed:159
Sound cars listed: 80
Network cards listed: 93
Wireless network cards listed: 86
and many more

Now we only have to maintain newly reported hardware.


My three PCs boot Haiku hrev56059 x86_64 from a USB stick on real hardware.
Wifi + native resolutions!:

  • Laptop DELL XPS 15-L501x
  • Mini PC Zotac ZBOX IQ01
  • Mini PC Zotac ZBOX (MAGNUS) ER51060
    More when I have time > @lelldorin

Thanks, but without the hardware names and infos, i can not add them to the list. I will wait then you get the time to do that.

Danke Polli, ohne Hardware Angaben kann ich aber die Geräte nicht einpflegen, da auch intern von Produktionsketten Hardware unterschiedlich verbaut sein kann. Ich warte auf mehr Angaben von Dir, wenn Du die Zeit findest.

Bitte noch etwas Geduld, hier reihen sich die Geburtstage gerade auf- bzw. aneinander.
Das geht noch bis etwas über eine Woche so weiter.


To keep improving the hardware list for haiku we need your cooperation. Look at the lists (first post here) and enter your tested hardware, systems there.


The Lenovo Thinkpad X250 is working really well. Webcam not working but no surprise there. SD card reader not tested, and media keys now working.

Otherwise everything works out of the box!

I found mine refurbished for €250, really happy with it. Runs Haiku only.


Hrev on which was tested: hrev55181+67
System Type: 64bit
Running from: direct hardware
Model: Self build
Manufacturer: MSI B450M
Rating: Runs pretty well
Startup the system from: HDD
Boot options needed?: No
Processor/Cores: AMD, Ryzen 5 3600, 6 Cores 12 Threats
Memory: Corsair 32GB
Graphic cards/count: AMD Radeon RX580 (expanded)
Vesa needed?: yes
Graphic card status: Gets detected as RX470/480. Doesn‘t get the full resolution on my 4K display, only 1080p
Sound cards: onboard
Soundcard status: runs
Networking cards: onboard
Network card status: runs
Wireless Networking cards: -
Wireless Network card status: -
USB types/cound: USB2 + USB3
USB cards status: Every USB port gets detected
SD cards: -
SD cards status: -
Integrated Webcams: -
Did you have to blacklist hardware?: -
Additional notes: The bootscreen is in low resolution (1024x800?), booting from uefi displays correctly. Except the graphic card, everything gets detected well and works without issues. Native Resolution of my Screen (4K) doesn‘t work only FullHD (1920x1080)


Have you more details of your hardware? Like the other hardware infos here? Would be fine to add it to our hardware database too

I’ve already added it to the hardware database :grinning:

mmmh ok, but i does not see a Lenovo Thinkpad X250 in our database here. Only a Lenovo Thinkpad X240. I need to check.

correction i found it named as X250 without Thinkpad

Edit: Moved to suggested location

Thanks for your hardware data :+1:, but please next time post it here: Hardware List: Complete Systems.

This discussion here is for announcement and general information about the database (questions, feedback, ideas)

Nothing works anymore, neither on the DELL XPS15 L502x laptop nor on the Zotac ZBOX Magnus ER51060.
The Zotac ZBOX IQ01, which exclusively features ! Haiku 32bit + Haiku 64bit are installed (I had banned Windows), I put them aside a few weeks (or months) ago.
It’s been a few weeks, sometimes months.
Both the (maybe 10, with gaps) last nightly ones and also the current Haiku R1/Beta4.
I’m ‘just’ an “unprepared user”, as I was once called here…

I could have reported all three computers here as ‘compatible with Haiku’, some as early as 2 years ago.
THREE ! - different epochs and totally different hardware or combinations!

I removed the identical post from the Beta4 announcement thread.

You need to file bug reports with syslog and hardware info of each system. Without it nobody can begin to find the problem.
You could also “binary-search” which commit broke things for you.


I stay on beta 3 too, because the realtex rtl8111/8168/8411 PCe are not stable and i can not use the internet (supported over years, now broken).

#18166 (Beta 4: network connection is constantly being activated and deactivated) – Haiku (haiku-os.org)

It seems The Dev’s are planning to incorporate the functionality to send this info via the ‘Devices’ app. Maybe the info could be sent to BeSly.