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munky,

There is a DVD builder for 10.5.2 :hysterical: Go to the Tutorials genius bar and at the top there is a stickied topic by me called FAQ Custom Install Disc Creation and in that there is a link.

Sorry I couldn't post the link direct, I was lazy :hysterical:

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1. Mac OSX Tiger 10.4.1 (Not the Deadmoo version) - Worked fine on my i865G-based system
2. I remember a 10.4.5 disc... forget now... and I think I had a 10.4.4 disc. Probably in one of my other binders...or spindles...or piles...or maybe recycled
3. MyZ 10.4.6
4. JaS 10.4.8 AMD/SSE2/SSE3 w/PPF1, PPF2
5. JaS 10.4.8 Intel SSE3 Only
6. Uphuck 10.4.9 v1.3 universal
7. Uphuck 10.4.9 v1.4a AMD
8. Uphuck 10.4.9 v1.4i r2 Intel
9. Mac.Nub 10.4.10 v1r5
10. XxX 10.4.10
11. ToH 10.5 RC2
12. Kalyway 10.5.1 SSE2/SSE3
13. BrazilMac 10.5 9a581 (Worked the best for me, so far)
14. Leo4All 10.5.2 Universal AMD/Intel SSE2/SSE3

Also have the Kalyway Leopard Prep disc, another disc of Kexts, guides, PC-EFI, etc. that have been collected over time (including the original custom-written ATI Frame Buffer Driver that allowed QuickTime videos to play slightly smoother, for 10.4.1...I forget the details now)

And I also have a System 7.1.2 disc :D - original from a Power Macintosh 6100/7100/8100-series

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I have original discs too:

* OS 8.1 from Performa 5200CD
* OS 9.2.1 from iMac G3 500
* OS 10.0.4 from iMac G3 500

And I also have a burned (not original) copy of Mac OS 8.6.

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Deadmoo 10.4.1 imaage
10.4.3
10.4.4
uphuck 10.4.9
Kalyway 10.4.10 update package
Kalyway 10.5 Beta

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Lets see, I probably have the least amout of install DVDs but I've had exceptional amounts of success with each. :)


Tiger flat-image 10.4.1 "Deadmoo" The first try at running OS X on my PC. I first used this in VMWare, and then followed a guide to copy the contents of the image to my hard drive. Overall it ran well, besides not having sound/internet.

iATKOS R1 10.5.1 My second try at running OS X on my PC. Ran fine, but was not fully functional (Memory leaks, slow-ish, could not install updates/ assorted applications. Besides the factors that limited my install, sound, internet, and graphics card all worked well with this release.

Leo4All. A.K.A "Leopard Universal" 10.5.2 After the monstrosity that was iATKOS, I really didn't feel like toying with R2 or the recent R3. I found this distribution while browsing these forums. Shotly after its release, I was burning it to a DVD and rebooting. I have to say, this is probably the best hacked version of OS X to run on a PC. Everything, I mean everything worked out of the box. Also, everything runs smoothly, everything is noticeably faster than my previous iATKOS install. In other words, I swear this is native. :D

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thanks pcwiz - i'll get on it :(

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munky, read the replies in that Custom Install Disc thread, there are some replies with links to a newer version of the DVD maker :P

P.S. I forgot to mention that I have 10.3 Panther discs too :P

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Tiger JaS 10.4.7 - worked perfect on VMWare
Leo ToH would not boot after installation
Leo 10.5.1 iATKOS r2 worked like a charm (now updated to 10.5.2 + vanilla kernel)

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munky, read the replies in that Custom Install Disc thread, there are some replies with links to a newer version of the DVD maker :hysterical:


If you follow those links you will see I've added a How To:
"Adding your own PKG containing kext".

As for DVDs I've made around 25 of my own, most of them ended up in the trash. :hysterical:

+ I've a JaS 10.4.8 and iAtkos rc2

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10.4.1-7 - I had a few of these but I don't remember which ones exactly anymore. (mostly Jas though)
10.4.8 Jas - Worked Fine
10.4.9 uphuck - Worked fine
10.5.1v2 iATKOS - Installed but I couldn't shut down! (sound also didn't work on my laptop)
10.5.2 Leo4Allv2 - Wouldn't even boot on my Laptop. (booted on my desktop but I don't care for it there anymore; using Ubuntu)
10.5.2 Kalyway - same as Leo4Allv2 (What am I doing wrong?)
10.5.2 ToH - Boots on my laptop

It's too bad Leo4All and Kalyway don't for for me. Good there there is iATKOS and ToH

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My humble stash...

iAtkos 1.0ir3 - using, stable, perfect.
iAtkos 1.0ir2 - endless welcome screen cycle
Kalyway 10.5.1 -somethingwrongIcan'trecall
Kalyway 10.4.10 - " "
JaS 10.4.8 - My first stable, usable OSX
Uphuck 10.4.9 v1.3
10.4.3 build 8F1111A. was this JaS? - my first taste of OSx86
Uphuck 10.4.9 1.4i v3

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JaS 10.4.6 - Actually worked on my crappiest all-onboard PC. See video.

JaS 10.4.8 - Not fully working on the previous configuration, but seemed like a solid release to me.

uphuck 10.4.9 v1.3 - A life-changing experience, worked flawlessly after I nailed the correct install options. See picture and the rig.

mac.nub 10.4.10 v1.5 - Never got it to boot after installation.

XxX 104.10 - Another hit. Actually built a rig from scratch for this release. See picture. Works flawlessly to this day.

XxX 10.4.11 - Replaced my installation of uphuck 10.4.9 on the same previous configuration. I'm typing this on it. See picture. XxX is my new preferred distribution of OSx86 Tiger. Can't wait for XxX 10.5.x !!

iATKOS 1.0i - Didn't tried it yet.

Kalyway 10.5.1 - Didn't tried it yet.

Kalyway 10.5.2 - Just dowloaded. I hope to find a spare disk to try it.


PS: Thanks to all the OSx86 hackers out there who made all this possible! My respect to all of them!

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I have both an Intel/AMD system. However, for the OSx86 community, since I noticed that AMD was more vulnerable to frequent crashes and fixes that needed some sorting out, I decided to take the risk and install the releases below just to experiment and work things out on my own. Below are the releases I had a chance to experience with:

Intel:

BrazailMac-- Made the DVD and followed procedures, but never had a chance to install on my Intel machine, since I was very busy back in the days.

AMD:

Zephyroth 10.5.1 Revision 1-- When I read about this release, I quickly ran over to TBP and downloaded a copy, and worked great! However, QE/CI was not enabled.
Zephyroth 10.5.2 Revision 1-- I was so eager for this release, but after trying it, I experienced reboot/shutdown problems. QE/CI was finally enabled.
Zephyroth 10.5.2 Revision 2-- This release was perfect for my system build! Everything worked out of the box and updates worked beautifully.
Eddie11c Leo4Allv1 10.5.2[Intel/AMD]-- Eddie11c has come a long way from rough times to perfection. I was one of the original betas of the release (and still am), and QE/CI was never enabled. I also experienced several kernel panics after each install.
Eddie11c Leo4allv2 [Intel/AMD]-- This was the release I was hoping for. Everything worked out of the box as I would have expected since the last version went through many traumas and fixes.
Kalway Intel/AMD 10.5.2v1-- Kalway's release was the first I tried of his. Installation was a bit choppy for me and his released never worked for me thus far. I loaded the appropriate kexts into the extension folder before burning the release, but never suited my satisfaction. It looked like he modified some of the retail contents of Apple's OS X as well.
Eddoe11c Leo4Allv3 [Intel/AMD]-- I have to say this was one of the best releases I ever had thus far. I downloaded this release about a night ago, installed this morning, and wow, everything works smoothly!

Thanks to all of these fine developers, they will surely become the future Bill Gates! =) - Cheers!

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never used a pre-patched dvd, just originals, patched manually by myself

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I starded with deadmoo image of 10.4.6 (I think) back in summer '05. That was fun to install and make it actualy work! ;) I wish some more people have an idea of how we did it back then and so can see more clearly the long run that bunch of users here made :)
Then later on I was shocked by JaS's 10.4.6 and I became completely insane about Mac. After all Tiger came preinstalled on my new laptop one year ago.... ;)

btw I'm not sure if here's the place and the moment to express my feelings, but since the very first time I saw Mac OS I became so obsessed by the idea of abandoning M$ Windows that for almost a year now I'm running a small blog and a forum that sort of represent the insanelymac.com idea, but in our language, so more enthusiasts in Bulgaria who think different can make the switch. So, we all thank you guys for writing here the OSx86 bible! :)

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daedmoo Tiger 10.4.3 in VM format
Original 10.4.4 DVDs + Maxxuss patches
(broken) 10.4.3 Setup DVD
JaS 10.4.7
Kalyway Leopard 10.5.1

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Only one I'm missing is the dev. kit 10.4.2 .. as time goes by it gets less important, but I'd still like to get hold of it at some point to "complete" the collection.

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Myzar 10.4.6 - the first :) I used 1 month
OSX86.hu 10.4.10 Install DVD (Intel/SSE3/HPET) - For a long time

ToH Leopard 10.5.0 - I used 3-4 month
Leo4Allv2 10.5.2 - 1month
Leo4Allv3 10.5.2 - the best, works fine!

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10.4.1 deadmoo, the start of something good
10.4.3 I don't recall a name, ran this for months
10.4.6 Myzar, great distro, just had to fiddle the gfx ids
10.4.9 1.3 Uphuck, Ran that for a year on two machines, still do, so nice
10.5.2 Kalyway, running good.

It is strange. My orignal hackintosh (D915GAG, P4 630, x1900xtx) has loaded easier than my "planned" hackintosh (D945GCL, E6600, X1800XT) ever since Uphuck. Still using some of the 10.4.3 kext.

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Great collections everyone :lol:

Only one I'm missing is the dev. kit 10.4.2 .. as time goes by it gets less important, but I'd still like to get hold of it at some point to "complete" the collection.


You mean to say you have every single OSx86 DVD/Revision ever made except for that one? :D





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