first of all I want to say I didn't experience any problems using this patch on the kalyway 10.5.2 cd and installing on my 775Dual-VSTA board with SATA drive and everything
also, I first installed windows xp on the first portion of my partitioned hard drive, then Leo on the second part of the drive and I'm dual booting no problem.
for help on using graphics with full capability and everything, try installing without selecting video drivers and then follow this tutorial (for NVidia cards:
using NVCAP values as explained here:
worked for me, except I didn't get the TV out working yet
I'm also experiencing ethernet drops but I'm beginning to think this is a kernel issue with either Leo itself or - more likely - the sleep kernel i used (which is, incidentally, the only kernel I can use without boot problems)
The error message I get in the logs is kernel exceed tx queue limit! tx_cur is xxxxxx, dirty_tx is xxxxxx, queue len is 124weird thing is that it also happens when I install the drivers for my wifi pci card. it's working properly until it just locks down and gets a self-assigned IP. the only fix at that point is to reboot the system.
Can anyone confirm that these problems only occur with specific kernels or so?
Hopefully it will be fixed some time, but the only solution I found so far is to buy an ethernet to usb adapter from apple.
I must admit I don't know anything about kernels or issues with them so I might be completely wrong on the subject but it seems to me a kernel update might be a possible fix for this problem. I don't know how to contact anyone who can tell us more on this and I couldn't find anything on these forums either, so if anyone knows, please try to do so because this can help a lot of people I guess.