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    -Installed the nVidia drivers in iAtkos DVD, full resolution working.
    -Installed Realtek USB WiFi drivers, USB Dongle working. Connected to internet.
    -Audio working great.

    This is the first time I'm messing with a Mac OS X by my own, I'm fucking happy, you can bet.

    Any hints you could give me? Like "Don't ever try to update softwares or you'll kernel panic!" and stuff like that?

    Probably I'll find new issues and I'll report back.

    Later, I'll create a guide to install 10.5.7 on my hardware, if I can help someone, it'll be great.

    Thanks again, mate.

    (Yes, you can install Windows drivers on Linux by using ndiswrapper).


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    good to hear that it work ;D

    I didnt know about that in linux keke, im not a developer so linux is kinda bored to me, nice OS tho... kinda like windows now XD

    eh well Iatkos have update support like a real mac, dunno with AMD tho, read about that in uphuck site. maybe just will need to install voodoo kernel after update and thats it.

    Well check the basics, if you have Shutdown/Restart/Sleep support.

    Wifi and LAN working, Audio Outputs and Inputs and of coz check if you have all cores working.

    We'll be waiting for your How-to, have fun and prepare yourself for Snow Leopard ;D
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