Where does it hang? A grey screen? Can you boot with just -v and tell us where it hangs?
Thank you all for your work in bringing OS X to the 1215N. The posts from AnalogMan, Devout, theHAWKS and others have all been very helpful in finally getting OS X installed on my machine.
I currently have the existing Windows 7 installation, OS X 10.6.7, and Ubuntu 10.10 all installed on the internal HDD and booting via Chameleon (selecting the linux partition starts up GRUB2)
I do have a few issues/questions though.
After several attempts and trying many different methods, I ended up following mostly the posts from Devout and AnalogMan to install 10.6.3 and then the 10.6.7 update. I am able to boot from Chameleon with -v -f, but if I try to do it normally it always hangs.
My Wifi is now working, but I cannot get full resolution display working.
I'm pretty new to the OSx86 scene and have very limited experience with OS X in general (which I hope to rectify with this installation), so I'm wondering if anyone knew anything I could try to make it work.
If it's hanging on just a grey screen than Chameleon isn't patching the video. Which is odd as NetbookInstaller 0.8.5pre should have done that when you ran it on 10.6.3
Open your Extra/com.apple.Boot.plist file and find this line:
If you don't have that line you could try booting up with
boot: "Graphics Mode" = "1366x768x32" and see if that works. If it does then you'd need to add that key to your boot plist
I don' t use modified (with dev. id) AppleIntelGMA950 or AppleIntelIntegratedFrameBuffer.
Uses 10.6.7 kexts with my DSDT.aml.
Hey, thanks for the DSDT, with it I was able to get sleep working properly, thank you!