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About lolmannz

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  1. ESXi 5 Mac OS X Unlocker

    Yep, same here. Working fine now. However, I will definitely make a snapshot before updating again though. Consider lesson learned
  2. ESXi 5 Mac OS X Unlocker

    Yeah same here, should've took a snapshot before I did it. Feel really stupid now. Hopefully there will be a fix soon.
  3. ESXi 5 Mac OS X Unlocker

    Anyone successfully updated to 10.7.2?
  4. Ah yeah you're right. I ended up using the unlocker and it works great. Thanks a lot for your help and your good work on the unlocker!
  5. Can you give me a link to some resources on how to do it via the darwin.iso approach? So far I've only found methods which involve adding FakeSMC however I haven't had any luck, keep getting stuck on a white screen with beachball. What about installing OS X Lion in Fusion 4, then putting FakeSMC inside. After using vCenter converter to add it to the host? I understand the unlocker doesn't do much, but if there is any way to run OS X on my ESXi host without modification I'd still very much prefer that. TIA.
  6. Hi guys Sorry for the simple questions here, I did search but couldn't find any conclusive results that were easy enough to understand. First of all I would just like to know what Donk's unlocker actually does? From what I read here with the recent development of running OS X on ESXi requires patching with the unlocker. However my current host is running a few other VMs and I would like to not patch the hypervisor for stability reasons. Is there any possible way to install 10.6 / 10.7 server without modifying the ESXi files?