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Install Preparation for Mavericks on AMD

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How to prepare your USB drive for instalation on an AMD machine. Video is the preparation only. When I install the AppleNForceATA kext make sure you use the correct one for your chipset if needed.

 

 

Kernel link: https://mega.co.nz/#!28QiUCTC!cA-ge0XqW5SROTnClGxEnRfVYosjMDe6iP1-0NUOSs4

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This should go on guides.

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which AMD CPU type that can works with above kernel?

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  Copying Packages from OS X main image...

building file list ... 

rsync: link_stat "/Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/Baselioninst/Packages" failed: No such file or directory (2)

0 files to consider

rsync: mkdir "/Volumes/PandoraMEM/System/Installation" failed: No such file or directory (2)

rsync error: error in file IO (code 11) at /SourceCache/rsync/rsync-42/rsync/main.c(544) [receiver=2.6.9]

rsync: connection unexpectedly closed (8 bytes received so far) [sender]

rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at /SourceCache/rsync/rsync-42/rsync/io.c(452) [sender=2.6.9]

 

  Copying mach_kernel and boot.efi from OS X main image...

cp: /Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/Baselioninst/boot.efi: No such file or directory

cp: directory /Volumes/PandoraMEM/private/tmp does not exist

chmod: /Volumes/PandoraMEM/private/tmp/gnutee: No such file or directory

chown: /Volumes/PandoraMEM/private/tmp/gnutee: No such file or directory

---- lipo is in place!

---- txt are in place!

cp: directory /Volumes/PandoraMEM/private/tmp does not exist

chmod: /Volumes/PandoraMEM/private/tmp/gnutee: No such file or directory

chown: /Volumes/PandoraMEM/private/tmp/gnutee: No such file or directory

  Copying OSInstall.mpkg to be patched

cp: /Volumes/PandoraMEM/System/Installation/Packages/OSInstall.mpkg: No such file or directory

Error opening xar archive: /Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/bin/xar/OSInstall.mpkg

sed: /Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/bin/xar/tmp/Distribution: No such file or directory

sed: /Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/bin/xar/tmp/Distribution: No such file or directory

sed: /Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/bin/xar/tmp/Distribution_buffer: No such file or directory

sed: /Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/bin/xar/tmp/Distribution_buffer: No such file or directory

sed: /Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/bin/xar/tmp/Distribution_buffer: No such file or directory

sed: /Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/bin/xar/tmp/Distribution_buffer: No such file or directory

sed: /Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/bin/xar/tmp/Distribution_buffer: No such file or directory

sed: /Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/bin/xar/tmp/Distribution_buffer: No such file or directory

sed: /Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/bin/xar/tmp/Distribution_buffer: No such file or directory

Pandora: BaseSystem.dmg is corrupted, exiting..


I followed the video.

but this rsync: link_stat "/Users/marty/Downloads/Pandora.app/Contents/Resources/Base/Baselioninst/Packages

doesnt exist. :(

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Nice Mac Porn, @Shaneee !

BUT I discovered Pandora doesn't work on SL :(

SO those of us, like me, trying to cobble up a Mav install. Can only dream :drool:

Are there any older versions that accommodate building Mavericks on a SnowLeopard install?

 

Thanks, Shaneee !

 

--Chris

 

P.S. I gave you a well deserved "like" for this, anyway. :P

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Nice Mac Porn, @Shaneee !

BUT I discovered Pandora doesn't work on SL :(

SO those of us, like me, trying to cobble up a Mav install. Can only dream :drool:

Are there any older versions that accommodate building Mavericks on a SnowLeopard install?

 

Thanks, Shaneee !

 

--Chris

 

P.S. I gave you a well deserved "like" for this, anyway. :P

 

You can make it manually by restoring the Base System onto USB and adding the kernel.

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You can make it manually by restoring the Base System onto USB and adding the kernel.

Thanks for the reply, Shaneee !

Indeed. Was just hoping / dreaming that Pandora could somehow be used.

Thanks for taking the time to make the video.

 

Thanks again!

 

--Chris

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