I`m here too!! The guide looks cool! I will try and also...finalizing the dam raid 0 guide. I told my friends and they are pulling me in 50 ways to explain them how to make it work...at least 10 of my friends have bought Highpoint raid recently, thinking of making a deal with them lol I can some extra money from them lol.....nevermin, Happy to be here!
First things first... DAAAAAAAAAMMMN!!!!! This is absolutely insanely easy to do with this walk-through! Dude, you abso-frikin-lutely ROCK! I've been working at this, on this and other machines for almost 2 weeks now and the easiest before this was my EeePC 1000HE, where the guide author did a similar thing by bunching up the patches and made a custom boot132 disk. But there were still several other steps and didn't have an awesome implementation of Chameleon2.
Yours was literally as easy as 1 - 2 - 3. I read the guide a few times before starting, mostly because I was like, no, it can't be this easy, I'm missing something. But it WAS! Of course, I did the marking of the partition as active in the initial post install actions, right after installing your package. I'm just in Awe! I'm looking for the donate button!
So, I do have just one issue, and I'm guessing it shouldn't be TOO hard to fix. Per your guide I set my bios to AHCI instead of RAID. The problem is that my Windows 7 installation is on 2 hard drives that are in a RAID 1 - they are separate from the Mac drive. I tried booting into W7 as is, but it blue screened on boot. I set the bios to RAID again, and it booted normal. However, when I boot into SL, I get the boot fail icon on the apple. Reseting back to AHCI allows SL to boot fine again. So essentially, I'm up and running, but would like to be able to keep the bios on RAID so I don't have to go into the bios to decide what to boot. BTW, your Chameleon install picks up W7 no matter what! Oh, and I would also like to configure Chameleon to choose a default OS, or last OS automatically after a time-out period. That would be nice. But I think I'll try to do that myself by RTFM. LOL
So, if you know of a way to get my SL to accept the RAID setting (even though the Mac disk is not a RAID disk), PLEASE let me know!
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I'm not worthy! (think of bill and ted)