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This confused me a bit until I realized that "find" is a command. Just copy and paste find /Volumes/Install/System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelGMA950.kext /Volumes/Install/System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer.kext -type f | xargs -n1 php -r 'file_put_contents($_SERVER["argv"], str_replace(array("\x86\x80\xa2\x27","27A28086"), array("\x86\x80\xae\x27", "27AE8086"), file_get_contents($_SERVER["argv"])));' into a terminal window and it should work. The same goes for all the other commands (sudo chown, open, etc.) ------------------------------------------------------------ I tried using the NetbookBootMaker following the instructions at http://code.google.com/p/netbook-installer/wiki/Usage and when I booted off the USB drive, I only got: boot0: error Thinking that NetbookBootMaker wasn't configured for the HP Mini, I tried the instructions above. I'm pretty sure I followed them to the letter, but all I get now is: boot0: GPT boot0: testing boot0: testing boot0: testing boot0: error So, something is different, but I'm no closer to getting OS X running on my netbook. Also, if whoever is in charge of the compatibility chart is reading this, would you change the WiFi checkmark under the HP Mini 110 to an X or at least a question mark? I wouldn't have bought this computer if I knew I would have to either install 10.5 or a new WiFi card in order for WiFi to work on it. Thanks.