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#2018991 [GUIDE] Snow Leopard on HP ProLiant Microserver N36L (AMD)

Posted by janitor on 13 May 2014 - 12:15 AM

Wow! It has been ages and so much progress since I last checked in on this thread! It seems like just yesterday I was typing that old guide. Since then my Hackintosh journey has taken me to strange and very far off places with a myriad of other builds and projects, yet still I find myself coming back to my good old faithful N36L MicroServers (I have two), which are home to my media and various backups. I just love these little guys. I haven't been running Snow Leopard for some time time now, as my main N36L server is currently running a sweet XBMC installation. But recently I've been looking into running a centralized TimeMachine backup server for my various Hackintoshes and my MacBook Pro. Having messed with a few Ubuntu (running Netatalk) and FreeNas configurations, I just couldn't get the integration, speed or plain ol' ease of use I was after. So the natural solution was, quite obviously, an OS X Server configuration on my spare N36L MicroServer. Luckily, I have h...

#1705232 [GUIDE] Snow Leopard on HP ProLiant Microserver N36L (AMD)

Posted by janitor on 28 June 2011 - 10:48 PM

Woohoo! Here it is, as i've been promising for weeks now... Here's what we'll be doing today: Installing Mac OS X Snow Leopard onto an AMD-based HP ProLiant MicroServer N36L ( http://h10010.www1.h...17-4248009.html ) using Nawcom's ModUSB install method, with an additional aftermarket Asus ATI Radeon 5450 Silent (Low Profile) discrete graphics card in the PCIe x16 slot (for full QE/CI graphics support); Updating the install to Max OS X 10.6.7 and getting as much of the hardware and software working as humanly possible. Okay? Let's go... PREAMBLE: In essence, this machine comes shipped without an Optical Disk Drive (ODD), so this guide is going to initially assume that everyone is using the same setup without an Optical Disk Drive. This generally means you're going to have to use a fully operational & working Mac OS X to create your Mac OS X Installer Disk. NOTE: For those of you without a working install of Mac OS X. Fear not! It IS possible t...
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