Installed using a borrowed laptop, updated to 10.6.7 and
mach_kernel (arch=i386 busratio=8). Seems ``Still waiting for root device'' was a thing of legacy_kernel. I've sadly lost 64bit capability though. -force64 causes all kinds of illegal instruction problems in programs.
I hope others will join and we'll have this working.
Things that work:
- USB (OOB)
- Ethernet (AtherosL1cEthernet.kext)
- Wi-fi (AtherosWifiInjector.kext)
- Bluetooth (OOB)
- PS/2 Keyboard/
- AppleAHCI after adding PCI id to AHCIPortInjector (but see below)
- Integrated USB Webcam. busratio=8 seems to have fixed that too
Things that should be working but I'm not so sure:
This is in fact wrong. legacy_kernel seems to have been responsible.
Things that aren't working, but do work in bundled Windows 7 or Ubuntu 11.04 (Any help appreciated):
- Audio is now working with VoodooHDA-2.7.2. The trick was ``busratio=8'' (and not 16) in the boot arguments.
- Graphics. The Radeon 6310 is supposedly supported (and the kext indeed loads) with ATI Beta drivers on http://www.kexts.com...1-ati_beta.html but AFAIK no QE/CI and resolution is stuck at 1024x768
- Display. Even injecting EDID doesn't get me 1366x768. Curiously, Ubuntu until version 11.04 failed to read the EDID as well.