[quote=Giova84]If i use “jam @haiku-cd” i get the same errors…
In any way, I’ve found this topic: https://www.haiku-os.org/community/forum/making_bootable_iso_using_mkisofs_under_haiku
I have used the same command: mkisofs -R -max-iso9660-filenames -b haiku-boot-floppy.image -c boot.catalog -o /Haiku-Custom.iso /boot
Then i have booted up this iso file inside Virtualbox:
Once the desktop is show up, i’ve also found the same trouble: most of attributes seem lost. The folders are with grey icon and applications with the default icon
I’ve also found that the “find” function no longer work inside Haiku.
Where is the problem and how can i solve?[/quote]
sorry dude I had a stupid moment
first question did you check out the trunk ?
did you add 2 folders to your system to build hybrids ?
did you configure those folders
jam is the " build this command" everything behind it is the how to build and what to build
jam -j12 -q @alpha-cd
build 12 threads stop on errors the alpha iso image
conversly you could skip the j12 and the q and just type
theres a whole bunch of these arguments you can set.
Those will build the Alpha images with webpositive, wonderbrush etc preinstalled
will build the stripped down nightly with less software
the -jxx is a way to set threads working on the build
so -j1 is one thread
-j12 is 12 threads
-q means to stop the build on any errors
-a will force the build system to rebuild all targets
Useage is like so
jam “build the following” -j12 " twelves worker threads" -a " rebuild or build all targets in the jam file" -q " stop on errors"
@alpha-cd " makes a alpha iso image
sp like this
jam -j12 -q -a @alpha-cd
Now to build haiku unless your just going for a straight build " which I haven’t done in a long time now so don;t bother asking me how"
You’ll need to go to the folder generated.x86gcc2 or generated.x86gcc4 you should have created those 2 folders should be in boot/home/haiku/haiku if you svn donwloaded the trunk and followed all the step on configuring for hybrids…
so in terminal cd “change directory” to the folder "example cd /boot/home/haiku/haiku/generated.x86gcc2 then use the above commands and it should build. On haiku this is pretty easy, on other OS’s there a bit more invovled, since I don’t build on a different OS’ I am spared the headaches of doing so.