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    I thought I'd share what I had to do to get past the kernel panics. What I used is netbook installer on the usb drive and it appears to have solved my problem for kernel panics before the install screen.

    Hardware: eee 1000he (FYI - the stock wifi card works in SL)
    Prep:
    1. follow lifehacker's guide to get SL on a usb drive
    2. run netbook installer
    3. boot off usb drive and install

    I still boot off my pen drive to get to os x, but I just wanted to see if it was even possible to do this as I don't really have a need for a netbook osx machine. I'm almost certain if I run netbook installer and installed it onto my hard drive it will boot up on its own. I haven't tried running the updates but I'm probably going to dump the drive (not so excited about the touch pad on the eee).


    -kent


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    Quote Originally Posted by really_hp View Post
    I thought I'd share what I had to do to get past the kernel panics. What I used is netbook installer on the usb drive and it appears to have solved my problem for kernel panics before the install screen.

    Hardware: eee 1000he (FYI - the stock wifi card works in SL)
    Prep:
    1. follow lifehacker's guide to get SL on a usb drive
    2. run netbook installer
    3. boot off usb drive and install

    I still boot off my pen drive to get to os x, but I just wanted to see if it was even possible to do this as I don't really have a need for a netbook osx machine. I'm almost certain if I run netbook installer and installed it onto my hard drive it will boot up on its own. I haven't tried running the updates but I'm probably going to dump the drive (not so excited about the touch pad on the eee).


    -kent
    I did that and it's actually loading all the kexts now. However, I still get a kernel panic, according to the backtrace it was loading the driver for AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement or something like that. Is it because I have an i7 that this doesn't work?

 

 
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