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    Default SYSLINUX could not find kernel image?

    So, I am working on installing mac osx 10.5 on my toshiba nb205, I did a tutorial here: Installing from USB flash/key/thumb drive...using Windows only tools - InsanelyMac Forum

    Whenever I boot to my USB to install mac, It gives me an error:

    SYSLINUX 3.71 2008-07-31 EBIOS Copyright (C) 1994-2008 H. Peter Anvin
    Could not find kernel image: linux
    boot: _

    It lets me input something after boot:, but I do not know what I should put in, I assume it should be the boot.ini file, or something along the lines of that to get into the Mac GUI.
    I've tried entering:
    /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist
    then it says:
    Loading /Library.../com.apple.Boot.plist
    Invalid or corrupt kernel image.


    So, I am not sure what to put here, and I've scoured the internet looking for the answer, but I haven't seen anyone with this error.

    Where is the bootup file?

    Thank you so much, I have been looking everywhere, I hope I'm not alone, and I hope this is an easy fix.



    ALSO, is there a substitute or some sort of manual way to get around DDMAC.exe? It doesn't seem to work for me...so...let me know.




    EDIT:
    So I got past this screen, I had to download isolinux.cfg found in the boot 132 zip.
    I used this: http://wiki.osx86project.org/wiki/in...nspiron/mini_9
    http://germamey.wordpress.com/catego...roject/page/2/




    But I am still having an issue. I get to this screen that says:

    Darwin/x86 v5.0.132_dfe_r146_Chameleon_pre
    1024 memory
    VESA v3.0 7MB and so on...

    It says it is loading the kernel: /boot biosdev=80
    loading /boot
    module: /initrd.img
    loading /initrd.img........................................ ...


    then it takes me to another screen telling me to select the startup volume, and press enter to start up the foreign OS. It only shows HD(0,1) as an option. So what do I need to do here?
    If I hit any discoveries, I will post my findings. cheers.

    however, of course, if you figure it out, if you let me know, that'd be just great.
    Last edited by Chessman; 02-06-2010 at 04:38 AM.



 

 

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