Thanks for your answer!
Ive been making some trials. This is what i have achieved up to this point:
I only had one DVD-RW, and where I live I wont be able to get more, at least in a few days/weeks, so the tutorial shown up there wasnt useful to me (I would have needed one DVD for the image and another for the install). So, I had to work with what I have. This is what I did:
First, I managed to install Leopard (NOT Snow leopard) on an old netbook. This was quite easy and worked at first try.
Then, I downloaded Iatkos L1 and made a bootable usb from leopard, using Chimera. It was hard, but after a few trials I managed to boot it, erase my hard drive and then install. The first time I did it, my keyboard was not detected after rebooting, so I had to install again, this time enabing the PS/2 fix.
Now, After a reboot, Im stuck because a message tells me that there is no mouse connected. Wich is silly, because, although my trackpad doesnt work, i have a USB mouse and Im actually able to move the cursor.. but I get stuck at hat message anyway. It also shows one pop-up message saying that one USB device was draining to much power and because of that it had been disconnected, but im able to move the USB mouse before and after that pop-up. I think that last message has to do with the USB 3.0, because fedora used to show a warning about overcurrent conditions too.
Also, everytime I boot (both the installer and the first boot) I have to do it with " PCIRootUID=1 -v -x " or else it will hang at different stages.
Now, what can I do from here? I dont mind using another image/method if its needed, but it has to be done with only what I have here:
- What I have: 1 DVD-RW, 2 USB sticks, a netbook with OS X 10.5 leopard, an USB mouse.
- What I DONT have: More than one DVD, an external keyboard, OS X 10.6 or higher. Sadly, I´ve been unable to upgrade the netbook to 10.6, so any process that requires snow leopard its not posible either.
Thanks in advance, any help would be really appreciated