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iATKOS v7 kernel panic


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I'm trying to install Leopard on a fairly old 'TIME' PC. I burnt iATKOS v7 to a DVD-R and put it in the drive. I press any key and the Apple logo appears for a second ( :D ) but after that second, text fills the screen saying that there has been a VooDoo Kernel panic ( :D ). I tried cpu=0, cpu=1, and cpu=2 to no avail. What made this happen? ( Don't tell me to get a different distro, they take 10 hours to download :( )

My processor is AMD Athlon XP/MP 1.2GHz and half a GB of RAM.

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( Don't tell me to get a different distro, they take 10 hours to download :( )

My processor is AMD Athlon XP/MP 1.2GHz and half a GB of RAM.

 

Rest reassured, we won't. We don't recommend distros at all. (which kind of connection do you have, anyway?)

I can see it very, very hard installing OS X on such an old PC.

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