This can now be found at a certian Demon, and also a Bay of Pirates take your pick! - Just search for "mac.nub 10.4.10 Intel ONLY x86 Install DVD v1, Rev. 5 [EN]"
Please note: The MD5 checksums are included in the torrent download, in the "MD5 & Readme.rtf" however here they are again:
MD5 (v1-r5.zip) = 67969e7192ce88e0fb9f8ba0a0b07b4c
And after unzipping you get... MD5 (macdotnub_OSx86_10.4.10_Install_Disk-v1-r5.iso) = 3f7f65773aa392c04b5d3c8ea3016c58
Some of you may already know of my work, because of my GeForce 8800 and Apple ACPI Easy Installers over at my website, or Install guides etc. here on the forums. If you don't, feel free to scroll down to the bottom of this post to see my Introduction.
Anyway... I’m sure you all want to know what's so different about this install DVD compared to all the others out there... so here's the Screenshots, Features list, and FAQ.
The release date for this DVD will be at the latest 26th October, provided the last beta tester confirms everything is fine on his sytem.
Oh and the DVD ISO zipped weighs in at just 1.3GB, unzipped it's 1.85GB.
02_Welcome.png 185.44KB 2897 downloads 04_Opts1.png 154.98KB 3611 downloads DSC00115.png 957.81KB 2426 downloads
Picture_1.png 826.51KB 2292 downloads Picture_2.png 548.78KB 2487 downloads
After i've installed a few things myself...
Desktop1.png 1.44MB 3092 downloads
mac.nub's OSx86 Install DVD Overview
- Based on the official iMac 10.4.10 Install DVDs, modified as little as possible, just enough to get things running.
- No Third Party Customisations – after install everything exactly as it would be on a real Mac, you get your default desktop, apps etc.
- A wide selection of drivers, kernels and patches.
- First of a kind Intel 8.10.1 Kernel that works on nForce motherboards.
- Integrated GeForce 8800 Series card drivers.
- A plain English, easy to understand installer.
- X11, FrontRow and the FrontRow Keyboard Emulator.
ATA & USB
- IOATAFamily – v1.7.1
- Generic PATA/SATA support (All in one) - ICH8, 8R, 7, 7R, 6, 5, 4, VIA, nForce, Silicon Image, ATI, SB4xx
- ICH7-R, ICH8-R, ICH8
- VIA SATA/ATA
- ATI ATA, ATI ATA & IOATAFamily
- nForce SATA
- USB, Generic USB ECHI Controller
- GMA 900
- GMA 950
- GeForce 8800 Series
- NVinject v0.1.1 (VRAMtotalsize – all sizes), NVinjectGo
- Natit Dual v01, v02
- Apple 10.4.9 nVidia Kexts
- nVidia mobility
- ATI Mobility Support
- ATI x1x00 & x1x00 AGP support
- Natit x1300, x1600/1650, x1800
- ATI x19x0
- 10.4.5 ATINDRV
- 10.4.7 IONDRVSupport
- AGPGart v1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 2.2
- AGPGartLite Intel 865 Chipset
- Callisto b003, 5, 6 & 8, Callisto Radeon 7000IGP
- ALC833 – 6 ports, 6 ports digital
- ALC888 – 6 ports, 6 ports digital
- Sigmatel 9200, 9220/9752/9753, 9223
- mAudio Omnistudio USB
- ADI1980 AC97
- Ati SB400 AC97
- Azalia Audio
- Conextant HDA
- Soundblaster USB Support
- Generic IONetworkingFamily.kext Fix
- Intel 82562EZ Networking
- AtherosAR5004G Wireless
- PCGeneric Realtek8139
- Ralink USB Wireless & Replug patch
- 10.4.5 IO80211Family.kext
- 10.4.3 IONetworkingFamily.kext
- Via Rhine Release 1, 2, 3
- Forcedeth nForce4
- Marvell Gigabit – 88E8011, 3Com 3C940 (& 3C940B), D-Link DGE530T
- 8.10.1 + System.kext + dsmos.kext (Default)
- 8.10.1 nForce (Intel) – Allows correct functionality on nForce boards
- 8.10.3 + System.kext + dsmos.kext
- Universal 2nd May, 8th July
- SSE3 25th June, 18th April
- SSE2 1st April
- 10.4.5 Loginwindow.app, 10.4.4 Loginwindow.app
- System Profiler Patch
- Verbose Mode
Why did you make this?
I felt that none of the recently released Install DVDs provided everything I required from my Hackintosh, they either lacked in features, the standard Mac Programs, or had bugs that made them unusable on my systems. Originally this DVD was not ever intended to be released publicly, but after I mentioned it in my GeForce 8800 Easy Installer topic, people have been asking me to release it since... so, I did a whole lot more work on it, to make it as universal as I possibly could.
Why does your DVD not contain third party programs/customisations?
Put simply, I think there have been too many Install DVDs over the years that contain un-needed applications, some of which are even installed by default, or others have included annoying customisations. My DVD aims simply to get the system up and running, and provides the application set a real Mac would have (Mail, Safari, FrontRow etc.), you then have the choice to add whatever programs you like. What would you rather have? A half working system with a few extra programs - or a fully functional one?
How long did it take you to actually make this?
Well, I started putting it together on the 12th October and the current release (5th Revision) was made on the 18th, I worked on it pretty much solidly over that period, and it probably took a total of about 75 hours to put together, it's been under testing since.
Will this work with AMD?
It is very unlikely, I believe you need different decrypted system files for it to function correctly with an AMD system, these are not included.
Does this support multiple cores, and 64-Bit?
Yes it supports multiple cores. 64 Bit will definitely be supported under processors used on real Mac's. e.g. Core 2 Duo, Xeon etc. it may however not work on some CPUs not supported by Mac, e.g. Pentium D's using 8.10.1/8.10.3 kernels.
Those of you who have no idea who I am, so allow me to introduce myself properly... I'm mac.nub, a 19 Year Old University Student from the UK studying Computing, oh, and I’m also a perfectionist, I’ve never been able to decide if it's a blessing or a curse - I've been interested in OSx86 & Mac in general, for about the last 5 years, but have only really properly used it for about the last two, all started for me all those years ago with the 10.4.1 Deadmoo image, and now we're on 10.4.10, and I’m releasing my own install DVD image.
As you can imagine, and may very well already know, it's been a busy and dramatically changing last few years for the OSx86 scene, with many big names, retiring, leaving due to disputes, or just generally getting tired of all the forum etc. politics and just deciding "why do I even bother?" and simply stopping development... since JaS stopped making install DVDs, there have been various attempts by various people to make Install DVDs that continued to keep up with the quality or JaS' releases, but with each release thus far there have been problems... ranging from things like Rosetta not working, essential applications being removed to "save space", the Network System Preferences pane crashing, these are just a few examples, honestly there are too many to list... so I decided I’d make one myself, that functions exactly the same as it would if it was a real Mac Install DVD, so I bought myself the new iMac 10.4.10 Install DVDs and went from there... after 5 revisions of my Install DVD, I now believe I have a DVD that is ready for public release, i'm just waiting for the last beta tester to confirm it works on his system... provided it does, it will be this revision that is released.
When the DVD is released, you'll notice my perfectionist tendencies in the install DVD, there are no spelling mistakes, no stupid errors, no missing features, no System Profiler crashes, no standard programs removed. Just a plain English, Mac install DVD, that works exactly as it would do if you installed 10.4.10 on a real Mac.