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For the record, below are the results of a Geekbench run on my N130 under SL X.6.3...

 

Platform: Mac OS X x86 (32-bit)
Compiler: GCC 4.0.1 (Apple Inc. build 5493)
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6.3 (Build 10D573)
Model: MacBook4,1
Motherboard: SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. N130						Not Applicable
Processor:		  Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N270   @ 1.60GHz
Processor ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 28 Stepping 2
Logical Processors: 2
Physical Processors: 1
Processor Frequency: 1.60 GHz
L1 Instruction Cache: 32.0 KB
L1 Data Cache: 24.0 KB
L2 Cache: 512 KB
L3 Cache: 0.00 B
Bus Frequency: 533 MHz
Memory: 2.00 GB
Memory Type: 533 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
SIMD: 1
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies Ltd. 06CM.M021.20100108.JIP
Processor Model:		  Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N270   @ 1.60GHz
Processor Cores: 1

Integer (Score: 790)
Blowfish single-threaded scalar -- 611, , 26.9 MB/sec
Blowfish multi-threaded scalar -- 972, , 39.9 MB/sec
Text Compress single-threaded scalar -- 715, , 2.29 MB/sec
Text Compress multi-threaded scalar -- 1010, , 3.31 MB/sec
Text Decompress single-threaded scalar -- 724, , 2.98 MB/sec
Text Decompress multi-threaded scalar -- 1040, , 4.14 MB/sec
Image Compress single-threaded scalar -- 650, , 5.38 Mpixels/sec
Image Compress multi-threaded scalar -- 943, , 7.94 Mpixels/sec
Image Decompress single-threaded scalar -- 487, , 8.18 Mpixels/sec
Image Decompress multi-threaded scalar -- 698, , 11.4 Mpixels/sec
Lua single-threaded scalar -- 647, , 249.3 Knodes/sec
Lua multi-threaded scalar -- 986, , 379.5 Knodes/sec

Floating Point (Score: 1149)
Mandelbrot single-threaded scalar -- 546, , 363.4 Mflops
Mandelbrot multi-threaded scalar -- 1029, , 673.7 Mflops
Dot Product single-threaded scalar -- 1079, , 521.7 Mflops
Dot Product multi-threaded scalar -- 1954, , 890.9 Mflops
Dot Product single-threaded vector -- 581, , 697.0 Mflops
Dot Product multi-threaded vector -- 1273, , 1.32 Gflops
LU Decomposition single-threaded scalar -- 189, , 168.2 Mflops
LU Decomposition multi-threaded scalar -- 306, , 268.4 Mflops
Primality Test single-threaded scalar -- 906, , 135.4 Mflops
Primality Test multi-threaded scalar -- 1120, , 207.9 Mflops
Sharpen Image single-threaded scalar -- 1095, , 2.56 Mpixels/sec
Sharpen Image multi-threaded scalar -- 1789, , 4.12 Mpixels/sec
Blur Image single-threaded scalar -- 1656, , 1.31 Mpixels/sec
Blur Image multi-threaded scalar -- 2564, , 2.02 Mpixels/sec

Memory (Score: 1087)
Read Sequential single-threaded scalar -- 1272, , 1.56 GB/sec
Write Sequential single-threaded scalar -- 1458, , 1021.3 MB/sec
Stdlib Allocate single-threaded scalar -- 593, , 2.21 Mallocs/sec
Stdlib Write single-threaded scalar -- 1228, , 2.54 GB/sec
Stdlib Copy single-threaded scalar -- 887, , 936.7 MB/sec

Stream (Score: 964)
Stream Copy single-threaded scalar -- 1057, , 1.45 GB/sec
Stream Copy single-threaded vector -- 1198, , 1.55 GB/sec
Stream Scale single-threaded scalar -- 838, , 1.09 GB/sec
Stream Scale single-threaded vector -- 1154, , 1.56 GB/sec
Stream Add single-threaded scalar -- 581, , 898.1 MB/sec
Stream Add single-threaded vector -- 1358, , 1.89 GB/sec
Stream Triad single-threaded scalar -- 546, , 772.5 MB/sec
Stream Triad single-threaded vector -- 985, , 1.85 GB/sec

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thanks mtest for your post.

 

i see in your signature that everythinh is ok in your samsung n130 running snow leopard. could you please post a guide on how did you install SL? in particular, on www.mymacnetbook.com compatibility chart sleep and video out features are reported as "not working". how did you get them to work? also, the guide reported there is a little tricky in making the audio work. did you find a simpler solution?

 

i am going to buy in the next days the samsung n130, and planning to do some hackintosh, so i will appreciate very much your help.

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Hi,

Basically I followed the instructions described here:

 

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...t&p=1510692

 

The only remaining issue is that everytime I boot the system the screen brightness is set to the max, so I have to use the Fn key to lower the brigthness. For the rest, everything is OK.

 

I can try to make a full tutorial but it would require quite a substential effort for the model that is now end of life and probably very difficult to find in store.

 

I'll think about it. Meanwhile, if I can help, I'll be very happy to do so.

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