Okay yelloguy. Well at least you have a good go at it.
@blackosx, I am officially giving up.......
.... mine is a hacked install, not vanilla.....
I am tired of all the searching and reading.
I do think performing a SL install is easier if you are used to using a retail install. As you know what's changed in your system to get it working. With the 'hacked' installs it's hard to know exactly what files have been used to get your system running, which kexts have been hacked, what versions those are etc.
Have another go when you feel ready.
So have you got it up and running? if so then well done
Had KP a few second after star But Find a solution Change the SATA Cable position in the Motherboard
Can I switch between 32-64bits changing the Apropiate without problem? or is better stick with one?
BTW what is the advantage of use 64 bit over 32 for examaple using Final Cut Studio 3?
I have chosen to stick with 32-bit, but I can happily switch to 64-bit with out any problems apart from Bonjour.
As for the advantage of using 64-bit over 32-bit in Final Cut Studio 3? - I couldn't tell you as I don't use it.
I'm also getting a KP when it tries to run the fsck.
....this is on a GA-EP35-DS3R which also uses the 889a audio codec.
.....I'll try what you recommeded above in the reinstall as well, blackosx.
Someone else here had a KP at fsck before, but I don't know if they ever got it sorted. But I couldn't help
Hopefully you can get it to work.
Your guide works splendidly. I now have SL running very well with everything working except Bonjour. When you mention to build an Extensions.mkext, which kexts do you have in the E/E folder? I tried various combinations and nothing lets me have Bonjour with the built-in network card. I read somewhere that IONetworkingFamily.kext and IOPCIFamily.kext are necessary along with the RealtekR1000.kext but it seems that the first two are already in the System/Library. Should I use an older version of those kexts? If so, do I remove the newer ones from S/L?
Thanks and well done, Good to hear about another successful install
I looks like you have done everything correctly for trying to get Bonjour working. The only kext I have differently to you is Disabler.kext for my QT Mouse fix. (I know SleepEnabler now includes this but I haven't had time to test it yet )
You are using 32-bit? as 64-bit Bonjour doesn't work. I used IONetworkingFamily.kext and IOPCIFamily.kext for my 10.5.7 install you don't need to touch them this time as the Extensions.mkext includes all the extensions.