Well, went through the whole setup, and because I've got a Gateway 838 GM with a P4 3.0 ghz core solo -- but says I can do sse sse2 sse3 em64t in CPU-X.
Since I used the voodoo kernel (9.5) in 10.5.5 I put the mach_kernel on the usb drive, naming the original one mach_kernal_backup, so I didn't change the Boot.plist.
When I boot into the 10.6 installation I get the attached kernel panic; anyone that can tell me what I'm doing wrong, I would greatly appreciate. I even tried installing from 10.5.6 on the same machine, different drive, but get a kernel panic, as well.
So obviously it's something that *I* am doing wrong, but unsure what it is...
There is a separate version of this tutorial for Snow Leopard. It's at http://www.insanelym...howtopic=199832
Great guide. The only problem I found is Time Machine can't setup Backup Drive.
"The built-in network interface could not be found".
I'll try to find solution. If somebody knows how resolve this problem, please help.
Most likely you to add or change kexts, or other customizations you did for your hardware. Does networking work for other things besides Time Machine? To get more help you'll need to tell us what hardware you're using, particularly the motherboard and network card if you're using one.