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  1. [GUIDE] OS X Lion on Intel D945GCLF2 Atom 330

    Hi, Can you also run Lion SERVER edition on that board. And if so how?
  2. I added your experiences to the original post. Thank you for your contribution!
  3. little change made, seatbelt should be enabled during setup to avoid problems with mounting DMGs, Note: Do not press a key when booting the first time with the DVD inserted!!
  4. Hi, If you use unaclockers settings, don't use "intel EFI" for grafics driver. Select both GMA950 Drivers instead. Then you will have resolutions available. But if you upgrade to 10.5.6 it will be gone. I don't know how to save those kexts. Has anybody managed to share removable devices over the network to other macs? In my case they don't show up. Here another working setup for all interested, using iPC 10.5.6 ppf5 distro. with sleep. ------------------------- Boot from the iPC DVD When asked for Location go to Disk Utility (Menu Bar) Select you Drive from the list and click on the partitions tab create your Partition(s) OSx Journaled and click on the option button - select GUID Apply and exit Customize, select these options only: 9.3.0 Sleep Kernel (if you want sleep to work) Video Driver: Intel GMA950 Chipset Driver: Intel ICHx Driver AudioDriver: ALC662 EthernetDriver: Realtec 1000 Fixes and patches: Shutdown/restart fix Patch DSDT AppleSMBIOS EFI Applications: OSx86 Utility NTFS 3-G +MacFuse Hit done, skip the DVD check, Wait, Keep the DVD in the drive. (If DVD its not inserted you will get a "No Boot Device" Error from the BIOS.) Wait for it to start up Setup the OS X stuff (language, personal details) and Boot into OS X Lets fix the "no boot device" error: In OS X go to "applications" -> "OSx86 Utitlities" Start the OSx86 Utility Click on Install EFI / Run FDISK Select your OS Partition Chose EFI To install: Chameleon EFI Click Install EFI Click OK, enter password click OK Remove the DVD from the Drive and restart Sleep works! Display Resolutions can be selected up to 1024x768 (maybe that because my screen can't do more than that - maybe somebody could confirm that there is more possible. I don't know if you can update. ----------------------------
  5. Here is how I did it with the iPC 10.5.6 Distro. (Important! FINAL Edition PPF5!!) Boot from the iPC DVD When asked for Location go to Disk Utility (Menu Bar) Select you Drive from the list and click on the partitions tab create your Partition(s) OSx Journaled and click on the option button - select GUID Apply and exit Customize, select these options only: 9.5.0 Voodoo Kernel, Video Driver: Intel GMA950 Chipset Driver: Intel ICHx Driver Audio Driver, Azalia (some people were fine with ALC662) EthernetDriver: Realtec 1000 Fixes and patches: Shutdown/restart fix Patch DSDT AppleSMBIOS EFI Seatbelt (to fix problems with mounting some DMGs) Applications: OSx86 Utility NTFS 3-G +MacFuse Hit done, skip the DVD check, Wait, After you click Install, mine took only 10 minutes, don't stray far away, you must be at the computer when install calls for reboot. Remember don't click restart, let the clock wind down. When rebooting, at the "Intel" splash, hit F2 to enter bios. Click over to boot menu and make sure the hard drive is on top of the boot list. Save and confirm by pressing Y. Upon reboot, after Intel screen, you have a countdown for boot options. Hit F8. The installed hard drive should be highlighted. Hit -f to load Kernel extensions and -v for verbose as previously noted. It's important, but only has to be done once. Wait for it to start up Setup the OS X stuff (language, personal details) and Boot into OS X Lets fix the "no boot device" error: In OS X go to "applications" -> "OSx86 Utitlities" Start the OSx86 Utility Click on Install EFI / Run FDISK Select your OS Partition Chose EFI To install: Chameleon EFI Click Install EFI Click OK, enter password click OK Remove the DVD from the Drive and restart Sleep works! Display Resolutions can be selected up to 1600x1200 (has been reported see other post) As for updates, somebody updated all apps through Apple, (QT, iTunes, etc.) without issue. As for updating to 10.5.7 when it comes around, use the OSX86 tools for backing up kernels and kexts, update from Apple, then restore kernels and kexts, (Don't restart in between these operations!) should make the process painless, we'll see. This post has been updated with all the informations given by other users bellow, especially "thefaf". Thank you Guys!!
  6. Hi, I've tried to setup up a little server and successfully installed iPC and iAtkos in various configurations. What ever I try, if I share removable devices (sharing - filesharing) those devices do not show up on remote macs. The funny thing is... they shop up on remote windows XP PCs... Has anybody managed to share removable devices between Macs from a Hackintosh?
  7. I managed to get ScreenSharing working with the iPC distro. I'll post settings later. Sleep works too. Grafics selectable up to 1024x768. ScreenSharing works from PC and Mac BUT I have trouble sharing the files. I enabled the file sharing and I can see all the shared drives from my windows PC. The weird thing is that my SATA Drives which are connected via a PCISata controller show up as removable device and those I can't see from my MacBook. Do you understand that? I can access the so called "removable" SATA drives on the hackintosh server from my WindowsXP laptop, but NOT from my MacBook Pro. My MacBook Pro, in the finder. Can only see the Fixed shared drives. Really weird. Any suggestions?
  8. Hi, Thanks for the responses. Good to know that it is basically possible. I really wonder which display drivers you used. I tried the GMA a, GMA b and the Efi for intel. I keep having crashes. Do I need to combine the drivers? This is really starting to bother me, because I really hoped to have my server osx and not winXP....
  9. Hi, I installed iAtkos on an Intel D945GFL2 with Atom 330 dual core CPU. Even upgrade to 10.5.6 worked. Works pretty good, but if I enable "screen sharing" and try to access the hackintosh from my MacBookPro I get a "bluescreen" (how is that called in the macworld?) that message "you need to push the power button". I also tried to enable "desktop management" instead of "screen sharing", doesn't help. It doesn't matter how I try to remote control the hackintosh, from Finder, with Jollys Fast VNC or from a WindowsPC with tight VNC. Whenever the connection is established the hackintosh crashes in the same moment. I tried to run VineServer on the hackintosh, but it wont starts and says something about "screen resolution not compatible" or so.. Somehow I start to think it could have something to do with the GMA950 not working properly... Anyways.. has anybody experience with this? What could I try?
  10. Thank you very much for your instructions. I successfully installed iAtkos5 with unaclockers setting. Sleep doesn't work though. And grafics are stuck at 1024x768, but thats no problem for me, since restart works. I downloaded all updates. The machine should be a server, without screen. Has anybody of you tried remote desktop from another mac or a pc via a VNC client? If I try to connect to my hackintosh from my macbook via "screen sharing" or "desktop management" (I tried both) the hackintosh crashes and needs hard reset. Also if I try to connect from a winXP pc. It doesn't matter if I try built in remote control or tightvnc or jolly vnc... Does anybody have experience with this?
  11. Support of mac is not that good. Really makes a difference: So small, so beautiful, so good material, so silent, this easily costs 1000. HP are ugly, loud, plastic. most others in that prize range too. buy the same config from sony, where you get a bit of quality and your are at the same prize as mac.
  12. Remote Start Mac Pro?

    Hi, Thanks a lot guys. I'll try via ethernet.. but I will always have to use a second computer to start it.. bit weird.. As for the loudness. Well the MacPro is pretty silent when idle.. definitly among the more silent computers I have heard. When under load it gets pretty loud though. I use the computer in my homestudio and my former PC was very very silent. passive cooler for CPU and the hardrives in special boxes. Still, the power supply made some noise.. so I fed up with making it more silent and just put it in the cellar... Alone the HD seek of my mac pro is soo loud.. untolerable. :censored2: I have high expectations. still for a studio computer the mac pro is far too loud. the thing with the sleep.. I'll look into it.. since I'll have windows on it too, it could become a bit unhandy. But anyway. Thank you for your suggestions. I might have a look at the switch all the same
  13. Hi, I just switched to MAC from PC... :-) wish me luck.. My PC was in another room, since I don't want the noise. The mac pro is louder than my PC, so it definitly has to be in the other room too... The problem is, that the room is downstairs and I have to walk all around the house to get there. So with my PC I simply opened it, and soldered a cable to the switch, which I pulled into them mainroom. Now.. with the mac pro I really don't want to do soldering etc.. Is there a way I can turn on my mac pro (newest generation) remotely.. I tried with the keyboard.. but it didn't work.
  14. Hi, Since my intel 2915 mini-pci wirless card (notebook) doesn't work with OSx I think about buying a different one.. but since 300Mbit (802.11N) is coming it would make sense to go for one of these. Actualy I haven't seen one so far though.. (only mini pci-e)
  15. Thanks! It worked now. I used the JAS with defiant disk util after having created a Fat32 partition with ubuntu. diskutil was able to erase and then I could install... hangs with grey screen after first boot now... damm.. will have to try around with the install options now
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