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BladeRunner

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In Topic: Kakewalk 4.0 Released!

11 December 2011 - 04:23 PM

Thanks Blackosx, that was a very interesting read. It at least lets me know I wasn't nuts thinking it was related to my HDD. I am going to give the 4k boot1h thing a try. If that fails I have a spare drive bay in the system and an old sata drive I can try.

Thanks again for all the help.

In Topic: Kakewalk 4.0 Released!

10 December 2011 - 06:43 PM

Just to be sure I had it right:

I rebuilt the Kakewalk USB stick, repartitioned the target system HDD, selected a different HDD on the target system and partitioned it as GPT 500Gb and installed OSX Lion. After restart and boot Lion with the Kakewalk USB stick the first post-setup action was to run Kakewalk and update the installation. Same result - boot 0 error.

I also added a work folder to the Kakewalk USB stick and inserted a Chameleon 2 RC5 install package. After restarting from the boot 0 error I ran the Chameleon package. It also has boot 0 errors.

The target system has 3 Western Digital Caviar Green 1 TB SATA III Intellipower 64 MB Cache drives. My Linux fedora 16 system has no problem with them but apparently Chameleon does. I will need to look for a solution to that.

In Topic: Kakewalk 4.0 Released!

10 December 2011 - 01:01 AM

Badeendje,

Thanks for the reply.

You are correct, I did not run any other commands after the install. I am a bit confused though. On the target system I boot from the Kakewalk USB stick, open Utilities -> terminal and enter "find / -name cakewalk" and no such utility is found. I also looked on the http://www.kakewalk.se/blog/ site aqnd I find no reference to the cakewalk utility.

Could you provide a pointer for me?

In Topic: Kakewalk 4.0 Released!

09 December 2011 - 10:03 PM

I just tried Kakewalk 4.1.1 and found it the easiest USB drive install I have ever created . Many thanks for this great tool My target system has a Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H-B3 main board with an Intel I3-2100 CPU and Nvidia GeForce Gt 4300 graphics card. The HDD is a WD 1TB drive partitioned as GPT - 2 500Gb partitions.

The Kakewalk installer booted without a problem and the Lion install ran without a problem. The problem came when I tried to boot the new install - it had a "boot 0" error. If I reboot from the Kakewalk USB install disk and select the new Lion system it boote correctly and the system runs as expected.

Searching now for a solution to the boot 0 error.

In Topic: Chameleon v2.1 (Main Trunk)

09 August 2011 - 02:01 AM

I just noticed this a few days ago and I am not sure this is the place to report it. I thought the disk I boot OS X from - using Chameleon - would always be disk0. However, on my system, it is sometimes disk0 and sometimes disk1 or disk2. See clip from terminal session below.

[codebox]Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/System/Library/Extensions/System.kext/PlugIns/System6.0.kext/kernel.6.0] 151352 bytes.
Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/System/Library/Extensions/System.kext/PlugIns/Unsupported.kext/Unsupported] 4096 bytes.
Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/System/Library/Extensions/System.kext/PlugIns/Unsupported.kext/Unsupported] 8864 bytes.
Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/System/Library/Extensions/TMSafetyNet.kext/Contents/MacOS/TMSafetyNet] 4096 bytes.
Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/System/Library/Extensions/TMSafetyNet.kext/Contents/MacOS/TMSafetyNet] 11616 bytes.
Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/System/Library/Extensions/udf.kext/Contents/MacOS/udf] 4096 bytes.
Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/System/Library/Extensions/udf.kext/Contents/MacOS/udf] 292416 bytes.
Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/System/Library/Extensions/VoodooHDA.kext/Contents/MacOS/VoodooHDA] 4096 bytes.
Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/System/Library/Extensions/VoodooHDA.kext/Contents/MacOS/VoodooHDA] 205424 bytes.
Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/System/Library/Extensions/webdav_fs.kext/Contents/MacOS/webdav_fs] 4096 bytes.
Read HFS+ file: [hd(0,2)/System/Library/Extensions/webdav_fs.kext/Contents/MacOS/webdav_fs] 44336 bytes.
Starting Darwin x86_64
UHCI controller [8086:3a37] at 00:1a.0 base 520(a401)
UHCI controller [8086:3a38] at 00:1a.1 base 524(a481)
UHCI controller [8086:3a39] at 00:1a.2 base 540(a801)
EHCI controller [8086:3a3c] at 00:1a.7 DMA @f9bfec00
Setting Legacy USB Off on controller [8086:3a3c] at 00:1a.7
Legacy USB Off Done
EHCI controller [1033:00e0] at 06:00.2 DMA @f9eff400
Setting Legacy USB Off on controller [1033:00e0] at 06:00.2
Legacy USB Off Done
EHCI controller [1033:00e0] at 04:00.2 DMA @f9dffc00
Setting Legacy USB Off on controller [1033:00e0] at 04:00.2
Legacy USB Off Done
UHCI controller [8086:3a34] at 00:1d.0 base 544(a881)
UHCI controller [8086:3a35] at 00:1d.1 base 560(ac01)
UHCI controller [8086:3a36] at 00:1d.2 base 580(b001)
EHCI controller [8086:3a3a] at 00:1d.7 DMA @f9bff800
Setting Legacy USB Off on controller [8086:3a3a] at 00:1d.7
Legacy USB Off Done

bash-3.2# diskutil list
/dev/disk0
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER
0: FDisk_partition_scheme *500.1 GB disk0
1: Windows_NTFS SYSTEM 49.3 MB disk0s1
2: Windows_NTFS HP 488.6 GB disk0s2
3: 0x17 11.5 GB disk0s3
/dev/disk1
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER
0: GUID_partition_scheme *2.0 TB disk1
1: EFI 209.7 MB disk1s1
2: Apple_HFS OSX-Lion 399.9 GB disk1s2
3: Apple_HFS OSXdata 399.9 GB disk1s3
4: Apple_HFS OSXmedia 399.9 GB disk1s4
5: Apple_HFS OSXtest 399.9 GB disk1s5
6: Apple_HFS SnowLeopard 383.0 GB disk1s6
7: Apple_HFS OSXinstaller 15.9 GB disk1s7
/dev/disk2
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER
0: FDisk_partition_scheme *1.0 TB disk2
1: Windows_NTFS Data 1.0 TB disk2s5
/dev/disk3
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER
0: Apple_partition_scheme *10.8 GB disk3
1: Apple_partition_map 32.3 KB disk3s1
2: Apple_HFSX lesliehazelton 10.8 GB disk3s2
bash-3.2# [/codebox]

This does not appear to cause a problem except when I try to run my Boot Camp Win7 under Parallels.

I am currently using Chameleon2 rc5 rev 1306 installed by a recent version of Chameleon Wizard.

If this is a known and/or normal condition then I'm sorry for the useless post. My system config is listed in my sig. Note that OS X is booted from the external eSATA box which has two 2Tb drives configured as a hardware raid 1 drive.
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