I followed the instructions for installing iDeneb v.1.4 onto my EEEPC 1005HA.
It loads the bootloader, loads the kernel, then starts giving messages from the kernel and the lasat message is "using 10485 buffer headers and 4096 clusted IO buffer headers."
And that's it. It just hangs after that message.
It hung in the exact same place when I installed iDeneb v.1.6.