My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

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My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by Jedi-to-be » Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:47 am

Case #1
UPD Now as for r66089 it works, but USB keyboard and mouse - dont.
FAIL

livecd-63709-rel.iso @ CD-R
no usb devices attached (except mouse and keyboard)
AHCI is enabled, but CD-drive is PATA

CPU-Z report http://pastebin.com/X7UhYyBp
Custom PC, AMD\ATI based
Socket AM2+ (not the AM3!!)

8 gb od RAM installed

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FAIL

livecd-63712-dbg.iso @ CD-R

For real debuglog see 720p



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFmdifqAWjk
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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by EmuandCo » Sat Jul 12, 2014 1:27 pm

use debug to screen boot method...
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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by Jedi-to-be » Sat Jul 12, 2014 1:35 pm

See the last screenshot =) it is output to screen

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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by hbelusca » Sat Jul 12, 2014 1:38 pm

/me makes EmuandCo notices that it is precisely what jedi-to-be used for his last picture... :P
EDIT: I see that jedi-to-be was faster than me to answer ^^

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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by Jedi-to-be » Sat Jul 12, 2014 4:54 pm

Case #2

WIN,native resolution, everything works except network (no drivers installed).

livecd-63709-rel.iso @ CD-R
no usb devices attached (exept mouse)

Laptop ACER Aspire 5750G - 2454G50Mnkk
Intel Core i5/nVidia based
8 gb of RAM installed

http://www.cnet.com/products/acer-aspir ... hdd/specs/ - specs

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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by Jedi-to-be » Sat Jul 12, 2014 5:12 pm

Case #3

FAIL, spams with lots of errors and reboots

livecd-63709-rel.iso @ CD-R
no usb devices attached

Laptop EMACHINES E732ZG - P623G50Mnkk
Intel Pentium/ ATI Radeon based
8 gb of RAM installed
http://notebook.tech-details.com/eMachi ... Mnkk/#spec - specs


See video for debuglog (720p) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppdOQAJXG0c

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FAIL, cant do backtraces as it reboots immediately
livecd-63712-dbg.iso

see 720p


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaquBcedJhE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quGcMFaH4pI
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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by Jedi-to-be » Sat Jul 12, 2014 5:48 pm

Case #4

WIN,native resolution, everything works except network (no drivers installed).

livecd-63709-rel.iso @ CD-R
CD-drive is PATA
usb devices attached Mouse, keyboard, scanner, printer

Custom PC, VIA based
VIA Embedded Board ( EPIA-M900-12LQ / SBC / Mini-ITX / VIA QuadCore X4 1.2Ghz VIA VX900H, specs) + Rosewill RC-215 Controller Card (VIA VT6421A PCI SATA 1.5G x2 / ATA 133 (IDE) x1 )
8 gb of RAM installed

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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by Webunny » Sun Jul 13, 2014 12:10 am

Jedi-to-be wrote:Case #4

WIN,native resolution, everything works except network (no drivers installed).

livecd-63709-rel.iso @ CD-R
CD-drive is PATA
usb devices attached Mouse, keyboard, scanner, printer

Custom PC, VIA based
VIA Embedded Board ( EPIA-M900-12LQ / SBC / Mini-ITX / VIA QuadCore X4 1.2Ghz VIA VX900H, Rosewill RC-215 Controller Card[/url] (VIA VT6421A PCI SATA 1.5G x2 / ATA 133 (IDE) x1 )
8 gb of RAM installed

Feel free to put it here: https://www.reactos.org/wiki/PC_ROS_Rigs

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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by EmuandCo » Sun Jul 13, 2014 11:41 am

Nope, you did not what I wanted you to. Use DBG ISOs. REL is useless in output matters.
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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by Jedi-to-be » Sun Jul 13, 2014 3:21 pm

EmuandCo wrote:Nope, you did not what I wanted you to. Use DBG ISOs. REL is useless in output matters.
i have updated my message on case #3, please see it again.

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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by Webunny » Sun Jul 13, 2014 4:14 pm

EmuandCo wrote:Nope, you did not what I wanted you to. Use DBG ISOs. REL is useless in output matters.
BTW, do we have dual-purpose boot&install CD's yet?

I always thought that was a shortcoming on ROS' part - which shouldn't be that hard to get right, for a dev (we already have one and the other, after all). It is rather apparent that a lot of 'ordinary' people wanting to test it out, would try the live-cd version first. But, IF they like it, they would rather install it from that live-CD as well: I don't think there is much sense in making them download yet another ROS-ISO just to install it.

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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by hbelusca » Sun Jul 13, 2014 4:24 pm

No Webbunny, there are currently no boot+live (aka. hybrid) cd downloadable. The reason is basically the following, that for devs and people who want to quickly regress-test things, it is faster to download just a bootcd than a hybrid cd (especially if you don't have fast internet), mainly because currently live cd contents is not a ram disk image mounted, but just the files organized as they would be on your hdd, but on the cd (--> no compression etc...). It does not mean that making a hybrid cd is not feasible (eg. the cds given at the yearly Chemnitzer Linux Tage are hybrid cds).
Maybe this current state would be reconsidered as soon as we get a proper ramdisk image support in ReactOS (working driver and working things in the kernel), that we do not have currently. For that (/me looks at all the people in the forums): "Patches are welcome (tm)" :)

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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by Jedi-to-be » Sun Jul 13, 2014 7:03 pm

Video with real debug output for the first case has been provided.

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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by Webunny » Sun Jul 13, 2014 8:23 pm

hbelusca wrote:No Webbunny, there are currently no boot+live (aka. hybrid) cd downloadable. The reason is basically the following, that for devs and people who want to quickly regress-test things, it is faster to download just a bootcd than a hybrid cd (especially if you don't have fast internet), mainly because currently live cd contents is not a ram disk image mounted, but just the files organized as they would be on your hdd, but on the cd (--> no compression etc...). It does not mean that making a hybrid cd is not feasible (eg. the cds given at the yearly Chemnitzer Linux Tage are hybrid cds).
Maybe this current state would be reconsidered as soon as we get a proper ramdisk image support in ReactOS (working driver and working things in the kernel), that we do not have currently. For that (/me looks at all the people in the forums): "Patches are welcome (tm)" :)

Hehe. Nice one, hbelu. Subtle. I see you've read viewtopic.php?f=18&t=13250&start=45#p110259 ;-). Truth be told, I only noticed on second read. But, as said, I don't mind. :D

Now, ok. Basically, what you're saying is, that it's easier for the devs not too use such a CD. And that it would be easier if it could be ramdisk image mounted. Very well. No doubt that's true.

But that doesn't change what I said, does it? I mean, whether or not it's easier for devs, my point was, that it's easier for users, certainly the 'ordinary' kind, to have a live+install CD. So, while I can understand your argument, it's only valid from a strict (limited) personal perspective (=theirs). However, being devs and wanting to promote ROS (at least, I would presume) it's not only what they themselves fancy, but what users would like as well. At least, that's what one would expect from people that have a wider and deeper goal than just having it easy themselves, when using ROS. So...I'm all for your appeal for patches and what not, but the argument thou brings forth is rather egocentric in nature. If they want to (better) promote ROS, they should make a hybrid CD, whether or not they personally would use it (imho). Since, apparently, we do(?) have one each year..I guess nothing excludes making it a bit more up-to-date. I dunno: a quarterly updated distribution?

Btw, hbel, don't forget to vote on the wallpapers!

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Re: My ReactOS Hardware Sprint

Post by EmuandCo » Mon Jul 14, 2014 3:29 pm

Interesting... please provide us a Jira Report with that information. That's indeed a interesting problem... Did you try to install with without ACPI HAL?
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