Bitcore, on 21 January 2013 - 08:46 PM, said:
you will also need to put that kernel on your ML HDD, so you can boot with it.
So then I need to use macdrive on my windows hdd and add the kernel to the root of the hard drive?
And will I need to have a specific boot flag to tell the system to use it and to tell it where the specific location of the kernel is or does it just default to root Device
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Jessevl, on 21 January 2013 - 08:10 PM, said:
I tried AnV's latest kernel with myhack on my A8-3850 but I cannot get it to boot. It loads kexts and then restarts regardless of the various bootflags. I have the older legacy kernel working fine in VMWare and Snow Leopard so the fact that this is an APU is not the cause I guess...
Deltac0, on 21 January 2013 - 08:13 PM, said:
So you tried to ran the ML on a "real" machine? VMWare emulates devices etc, so the APU can actually cause the restart. Virtualization is totally different from running a live machine.
Jessevl, on 21 January 2013 - 08:25 PM, said:
Yes on a real machine now, I know VMWare is different but as far as I know nothing is emulated when it comes to the CPU (indtruction sets). Anyway I tried with the kernel that Bitcore posted (which I guess is Sinetek's?) and that one just gives me black screen after Kexts are loaded rather than a reboot.
I have a Acer with an apu it runs snow leopard in virtual box. And I can install it too. But I can never get it to boot. Full usage with the APU's at harder to get a full functioning kernel to use.once I get my fx desktop up in running I will start developing a kernel after I learn how.
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