I updated Haiku yesterday, everything seemed to go well. I think the update was to hrev53538, according to the logs I was able to retrieve (fortunately Linux can read BeFS). I rebooted, and the kernel gets passed the icons at the bottom, but before the desktop appears, a stack trace does. It says the net_server crashed, it says illegal access of memory at some address, and references ipp_1000, which I think is for my Intel Pro 1000 network card. In Linux, the network connection manager shows a I210 and I219-V (it’s two on-board NICs on my ASRock motherboard). If it’s useful for anyone, I can reboot and take a picture of the stack trace.
Assuming a future update resolves the issue, how could I apply a fix and get back up and running without having to do a reinstall?