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My hackintosh keeps kernel panicking and won't reboot when I hold the power button?

hackintosh help please kindly

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Hi, I have a hackintosh that was working just fine until this morning. I woke up and was greeted by what looks like a kernel panic. I think it might be because I'm using the I-boot boot loader, should I use chameleon? 

 

I'm also using the legacy kranal in case that matters.

 

Here's some pictures

 

IMG_3641.jpeg

 

All help is #appreciated. 

 

-#Jefe



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first of all, ##### is not supported here... http://www.insanelym...ort-tonymacx86/



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first of all, ##### is not supported here... http://www.insanelym...ort-tonymacx86/

this is apple's own ##### bootloader, not some tonymac thing. should i still use chameleon instead?



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"apple's own bootloader" doesn't work on a PC. Apple does not make boot loaders for booting OS X on PCs. If they did, InsanelyMac wouldn't exist.



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"apple's own bootloader" doesn't work on a PC. Apple does not make boot loaders for booting OS X on PCs. If they did, InsanelyMac wouldn't exist.

can you at least help with my issue instead of arguing?



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I don't think I can...your photo raises more questions than it answers..

 

DEBUG_ARM_S5L8930X tells me that that's a photo of an iphone 4 experiencing a kernel panic.

 

And you are right, that is in fact Apple's own boot loader. However, iboot-889.24 boots iphones, not hackintoshes.

 

So what the hell are you doing? Did you just grab a random photo of a kernel panic off of google images?

 

Your jailbroken iphone is not a Hackintosh!



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I tried rebooting and it hung at the spinner like this

 

IMG_3771.jpeg

 

so I deleted some files in /System/Library/Extensions and now I get this IMG_3641.jpeg

 

please help kindly?

do i need to get a snow leopard retail disc? boot-132? i don't know?

thanks in advanced.



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I don't understand what it is you're doing, but your photos show an iphone kernel panic, not a hackintosh. We can't help you with that here.



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It's not an iPhone. Do you want to possibly look at the kernel? 



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"so I deleted some files in /System/Library/Extensions and now I get this"

 

:blowup: 



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joe..  hang on a minute and let's get to the bottom of this...

 

jefe:

 

See where it says "DEBUG_ARM_S5L8930X"?

 

That's the CPU used in the iPhone 4. Actually, according to this, (your kernel version being 12.4.0d1) you're posting photos of an iPhone 5s or 5c.

 

But then, there's also this

 

But okay, I'll play along.. tell me how you got your iphone to show the boot process of your Hackintosh please?



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stumped him now..



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I'm sure whatever it is it's very interesting if you're into iPhone hacking. Personally I couldn't give two shits.   



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i compiled the kernel and used kextcache to generate the prelink kernel, then i sent it to ##### and executed the bootx command and it doesn't work. any ideas? :(



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I don't understand, help me out here..BootX boots PowerPC Macs?

 

What's a "bootx command"?

 

You can't boot or run OS X on a PC with a kernel compiled for ARM CPUs.



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now it's saying this, it looks like it can't even find my OS X install :( 

 

is it doomed? :( 

 

IMG_2271.jpeg



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I don't know what the hell you're doing but it's very creative and useless and I've never seen anything like it.

 

I never thought I'd see fakesmc loading on an iPhone. And you got "Still waiting for root device" in there too, that's priceless.

 

I bet you're imagining me turning my head sideways to look at your photos and laughing your ass off.

 

Here's a photo of my dog that I just took. I rotated it for you.

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She's a street dog that we rescued out of a sewer. Here in Brazil they call this "no defined race" (sem raça definida) Much like what you're posting.



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NOW IM STUMPED!

 

This must be an IOS7 feature  :jester:


I bet you're imagining me turning my head sideways to look at your photos and laughing your ass off.

 

 

LOL I was thinking the same.

 

​I'm still laughing 


at first i was going to talk junk about it being a pic of a pic and sitting on a mbp, but then i seen the arm kernel and thought it was just nonsense  



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It's doing this now, do I need to use the npci boot arg? 

 

 

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Gringo Vermelho FTW!







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