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About gnaarf

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  1. I wanted to add that I'm now able to get into boot-132 through Grub (an so dual-boot with Linux works). Just copied the boot-132 files to my linux-boot-partition (ext2-formated in my case). Then I added following lines to my /grub/menu.lst: I put the boot-132 files into the /macosx folder on my boot-partition of course.
  2. Hi, I have an own boot-partition for my existing Linux-installation. I boot Linux (and also Windows) through Grub. Is it possible to edit the menu.lst to also boot Mac OSX? I instinctively tried that, but it still doesn't work. Does anyone know how I can manage that?
  3. Finally I also got it running. I really don't know what was wrong ... You have a vote, dude
  4. Okay, it also freezes when I'm booting with the usb flash drive. I tried to re-restore the image, but I run into the same problem when booting.
  5. Oh, I have probably skipped that. I'll give it a try.
  6. I get stuck at booting the Retail image. When I'm booting with -x -F I'm able to see the wallpaper and also to move the mouse. But after some seconds it freezes.
  7. So it's useless to install a Retail Mac OSX?
  8. Would be very interesting for me too.
  9. So have you tried to Boot with "-x -v"? If yes, tell us the last message you get. I just booted with -x, logged in and typed "sudo vsdbutil -a /Volumes/PARTITIONNAME" into the terminal. That worked for me.
  10. vsdbutil -a /Volumes/PARTITIONNAME as root helped Thank you for your help! Just voted at your poll
  11. Ahhh, now everything works smoothly Does anyone know why I'm not able to mount all of my FAT32 partitions?
  12. I have the default vanilla kernel. I'll try that.
  13. Doesn't work, still hangs at the same message
  14. Now I made it to get into Mac OS with -x after install. But I'm not able to boot normally anymore, though I installed the kext for my D-Link DGE-530T. Here is the mDNSResponder-message on which it hangs: http://img186.imageshack.us/img186/7527/0000081ox5.jpg
  15. Asus P5Q Intel Q6600 GeForce 9600GT D-Link DGE-530T Is anything else still important?