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  1. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Abirch: iLife is not part of the ISO. The most easy way to install it is to either install it with the official DVD from an external USB DVD drive or create an ISO from the DVD with Disk Utility (part of OS X). You can then transfer the image to your NC10 via USB stick and mount the image. Of course there are also plenty of ISO or DMG images to find in the green fileds of bittorrent. But I can't guide you there ;-) Dark Gemini: I have no problem to silence my speaker with fn-F6 with an installation from the 10.5.6 ISO. Aqd
  2. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Hi Mysticus, Switching to British and back to Dutch solved it. Everything is working again. Thanks for thinking with me!
  3. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Deleting the triggers and adding them again without the USB keyboard connected didn't work. Is it possible to de-install the UK keyboard fix? Would be great. Thanks!
  4. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Thanks for the fast reply Mysticus. Have you got an idea why the triggers don't work? Or am I just overlooking something?
  5. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Hi Mysticus and other readers, I'm new here and this place feels like a real great community. Thanks for the ISO for 10.5.6 that I downloaded today. Installing it worked like a charm. I did miss the trackpad prefpane but after installing the trackpadfull.pkg.zip it was present and worked. After installation I also set up Quicksilver for brightness control. Worked too. After that I installed uk_keyboard_layout_fix.pkg.zip and the Brightness_icon_Update_10.5.6_.pkg.zip. I noticed that when I plug in a Apple USB keyboard the triggers work on the NC10's keyboard, but it doesn't without a keyboard connected. Has anyone else experienced this problem or am I doing something wrong. To my idea I followed instructions to the letter. I have noticed another little strange thing (not a real big problem): The speed with which the pointer moves when I move around the trackpad is a lot faster vertically than horizontally but that might have to do with the strange aspect ratio of the NC10's trackpad. It's almost 2:1 instead of 16:10 of the screen. It's quite exciting to have Mac OS X on a subnotebook while Apple stalls and stalls with releasing there own small laptop. Aq