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    Default [Leo4All] v3 > Install Vanilla kernel ?

    I just finished downloading Leo4All v3 with OS X 10.5.2 after a week !

    Now, when I boot and select Customize, I have many options like Kernal, Vanilla Kernal, etc.

    Kernal was selected by default, do I need to select vanilla kernal as well..
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    More secure installs Netkas kernel or other hacked there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f41qu3 View Post
    More secure installs Netkas kernel or other hacked there.
    And how do I install that..?

    I have all the DVDs now. I just dont know what to select in the Customize option. Very near to running a Leopard notebook...
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    Select netkas kernel 9.2.0 on Customize options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f41qu3 View Post
    Select netkas kernel 9.2.0 on Customize options.
    Well, starting a fresh Leo4All v3 install.

    I see the following in Customize:

    - Vanilla kernal 9.2.0
    - Vanilla kernal 9.2.2
    - Kernal-9.2.0 (Default selected)
    - Kernal-9.2.0-Sleep
    - Kernal-9.2.2
    - Third Party Drivers
    --- Chipset Drivers
    --- Audio Drivers
    --- Graphic Drivers
    --- Network Drivers
    - ACPIPlatform
    --- Old-ACPIPlatform
    --- Stock-ACPIPlatform
    - SMBIOS
    --- SMBIOS-667
    --- SMBIOS-800
    --- SMBIOS-1066
    --- SMBIOS-1333
    --- SMBIOS-iMac
    --- SMBIOS-MacBook
    --- SMBIOS-MacPro
    - PowerManagement-Laptops
    - AboutThisMac (Default selected)


    Now, what do I install from this...?

    And if I select all drivers, will it cause a problem?
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    You'll need select only drivers for your machine. All drivers results in bad install/panics and not works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f41qu3 View Post
    You'll need select only drivers for your machine. All drivers results in bad install/panics and not works.
    Ok. And what about the ACPIPlatform, SMBIOS and Kernal..?
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    Need choose option by according of your hardware...

    You need know your machine/specs/details to know what to install.
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