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  1. HackthatMac

    10.5.6 Voodoo Kernel Panic

    Hi I have a Dell Studio 540, stock - two cores, etc. I have tried EVERY flag known to man, every version of iPC on the internet. And this is what happenes. Before installation, rd=disk0s3 cpus=1 -v : Firewire <blaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa> (All good) Got Root Device (Thankyou lord!) BSD root: disk0s3, major 14, minor 3 nfs_boot: networking is not installised (I think this is the problem...), and then... Please contact Voodoo dev-team, sorry, blaaaaaaaaah panic(cpu 0 caller 002D958D): 'nfs_boot_init failed with 6\n"@/VoodooKernel/xnu-1228.7.58/bsd/nfs/nfs_vfsops.c:851 Please help. Its got something to do with networking im sure... but please please please help. Thankyou in advance, you wonderful person reading. P.S Hopefully no photos required, it just says this.
  2. I'm wondering if I should update to 10.5.8 Most programs like GIMP need 10.5.7, so I go to update, and notice 10.5.8 - should I do this? I know that GIMP will work on 10.5.8, it's that I don't know whether I will screw something up. I want to update because of app compatibility - I tried installing SL before (iATKOS S3 v2) but it failed so I'm using 10.5 (imo I like Leopard and SL more than Lion.) My main reasons are to do with Safari and GIMP - iTunes keeps nagging me to get Safari 4.0.3 and GIMP is one of my favourite free editors.
  3. Hi there, i havent been on this site since arround late 2010 i believe when i had an HP dv6605us and i got it functioning with leoforall v1.4 thanks to a lot of help from users of this forum. Sadly I am in need of assistance again. I recently resurrected a HP pavilion dv9335nr from the dead, it had (allong with almost all the DV series) an over heating problem due to the bad boards and dezign hp used for the heat sink. I re-set the solder on the video chip and got it up and running again. NOW... My install media was a DVD containing the distro iPC 10.5.6 Final. I chose this distro because I had previously tried to install 10.5.6 on my asus eee pc 900 (i know 900mhz is a joke) with no luck (install would go flawlessly then the screen after boot would look like a bar code, still trying to find a distro that will work.) and it was the only distro I had from arround 2010 still accessable on my old intel P4 machine. The following is what I selected for my install with some success the seccond go: >>>> (as the drop down menu progresses the > will match) >iPC OSx86 10.5.6 Base system Selected >Language translations Selected >>Kernels-9.4.0. StageXNU Universal Kernel >>Drivers- >>>Video Drivers- >>>>Nvidia-NVinjectGo 0.2.0 Default Selected >>>Audio Drivers >>>>Conexant HiDef Audio Selected >>>Wireless Drivers >>>>Intel Proset 3945 Selected >>>Power Management >>>>AppleACPIBatteryManager, GenericCPUPowerManagement, Clamshell Display Support, All 3 selected >>>Fixes and Patches >>>>PS/2 Device support >>>>>PS/2 Keyboard fix Selected >>>>Alternative Bootloaders >>>>>Chameleon with DSDT/Custom Boot Picture Selected >>>>Applications (all of them) Selected The system boots, there is sound, the picture is great, no lag, the programs open and function and the DVD/CD drive works. I have noticed the laptop runs hotter and the cores of the centrino duo seem to be a little over worked, which is a cncern on a pc that has heat issues. mouse works, except for the pressure sensitive function of the touch pad which is disapointing. ********************************************************************************************************************************* What doesnt work which is frustrating is the wifi which I am 100% positive is an intel 3495abg pro card and I am just as positive that I picked that kext to install and no pressure sensitivity on the touchpad. The previous HP I worked on, as I stated before was a dv6605us and it had a Broadcom card in it. Could it be possible that the bus (mini PCI ) is intel architecture and the card is the same broadcom card as in the other pc? ********************************************************************************************************************************** As for functionality I have not checked yet, I have not checked the USB, functionality nor the HDMI, VGA, SD card reader LAN or mini 1394 (mini fire wire) If you have a solution to my problem or know someone who might I would greatly appreciate the help. Thanks in advance! Michael.
  4. Sorry if the post was incomplete first time round - I just clicked to edit the tags when suddenly the thread posted itself. Anyways: Hi Hackintoshers! I'm new here, and I would appreciate it if you could give me some help. I have an Asus Eee PC 1000HE with 2GB of RAM and Windows XP SP3, and I'm ready to give it a try with Snow Leopard, but I have neither a real Mac nor a retail installation DVD. I tried to make a virtual machine in VirtualBox with Hazard's 10.6.6 distro on my Dell Inspiron 6400 (also with 2GB of RAM), but it crashed with a double kernel panic barely a tenth of the way through the installation process. After that, I tried installing iDeneb 1.4 (Leopard 10.5.6) on the Asus, following an Internet guide that used no USB drives or DVDs whatsoever (mind you, it was for the 1000H), but it got stuck at the Apple logo every time I did post-installation booting attempts. I would be very grateful if someone could provide some guidance on how I can install Snow Leopard on my 1000HE with neither a real Mac nor a retail installation DVD! Sincerely, Ryan
  5. Hi there, My name is Marshall. I recently downloaded ideneb 1.4 burned it on a disk and wiped out all operating systems on my pc and installed ideneb. Now i tried booting up and it showed that i need to restart my computer twice so i booted in debugging mode and i notice that its a kernel panic. As i am fairly new to osx86, i cannot make out what the problem here is. Also while installing osx86, i choosed a lot of drivers, a lot of those which i didn't need i guess but i did not select any kernels sicne i wasn't sure. Just thought you should know about that. Here is a picture of the screen :- http://i.imgur.com/mfWhl.jpg Its a bit difficult to see but i dont have a camera.
  6. Hello community! I rarely use my old retail Leopard system installed on separate HD and removed all backups from Time Machine. But recently it stopped booting. When I'm trying to boot from that HD I get the following messages: boot0: GPT boot0: HFS+ boot0: booting boot0: done boot1: startupfile I can still load the system the following way: boot from iDeneb DVD, press F8 and type rd=disk1s2. Then I tried to re-instal Chameleon (EFI v9 via UInstaller 1.2) as I always do when my system stops booting. But this time it didn't help, I still see the same message when trying to boot from my HD directly. I've repaired permissions and repaired disk with Disk Utility - it didn't help either. Please suggest. I would really miss my old system.