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rising_hope

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  1. Which distro did you use, and what install options? I also have a D510, but I haven't gotten it to install correctly. The final iPC distro has beta (unstable) drivers for the Intel 2200BG included. Perhaps between us both, we can both have fully functional D510s running leopard.
  2. Broadcom 570x and 575x

    Anyone have instructions for patching dev id 1600 and making it work? Help is VERY appreciated. THANKS!!
  3. Broadcom 570x and 575x

    Any idea what to do if your system boots into a cancel sign? I tried installing this kext and now my system won't boot. Very frustrating. :-(
  4. What network cards work?

    Broadcom 5701 *should* work. It's listed in the supported network cards from xplOdenet.com Have you actually tried and confirmed it does not? According to that site, ONLY the following should work: 3COM 3C90x Broadcom 440x Broadcom 5701 Intel 8254x Intel 8255x Realtek 8139 Realtek 8169 And also those supported by the below: BMacEthernet DP83816Ethernet GMACEthernet DEC21x4Ethernet ----- I have OS X running in VMWare, but with no net, it's kind of useless. I have a P4 3.2 w/ SSE3 Hyperthreading and whatnot, on an Intel 915 chipset w/ 900 Graphics card. The network card is Broadcom 57xx GigaFast ethernet. If it doesn't work, though, I won't bother with a native install. If it *does*, it sounds like I'm in great shape.
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