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    Default How do I select installation kernel

    I am unable to get passed the darwin text screen. It hangs at

    "Kernel Version: bla bla sunday march 20th"

    I believe I have come to the conclusion that the "Mach" kernel will not work with my chipset...


    I have a m2n ASUS chipset
    AMD athlon X2 3800x Processor

    80 GB IDE harddrive
    SATA dvd drive
    Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT

    ------------------------------

    I have tried the following

    CPUS=1 RD=disk0 -v
    CPUS=1 RD=disk0

    -s
    -f
    -s -x

    but it always hangs there...

    The question is, without getting into the actual apple installer, how do I select which kernel I want to boot with.

    I have the Kalyway 10.5.2 AMD distro

    Any help will be appreciated!



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    Can you post your mobo model?

    try this for the kernel flag:
    kernel=Voodoo
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    My MOBO model is Asus M2N it is running an AMD Athlon X2 processor

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    Sorry for double post...

    Also I tried

    kernel=sleepstep
    kernel=modbin

    I tried the different kernel names associated with the kalyway disk, but when I push enter, it just goes back to the screen where it says to ``Push any key or push f8``

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    This is a nforce mobo rite? with 570 nforce chipset?

    Try following this guide
    Leopard on Pre-Series 7 NVIDIA nForce MCP + Intel CPU MOBOs - InsanelyMac Forum
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    It is an nforce chipset, but it is an AMD processor... that tut was for intel... will it still work the same?

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    Oh I see, just try with another distro, your using a pretty old distro, go with iPC or Ideneb, voodoo kernel should work with ya

    Btw did you try this?
    cpus=1 -v -x -f
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    OK new problem...

    I have gotten into the installer... and started installing but now I get the error

    "Installer can not install files to /volumes/mac"

    I re formated the hard drive with ever option and retried every option but still thing...

    any suggestions?

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    How did you manage to boot into the installation? did you format your HDD as Extended Journaled?
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    Everytime I get past one problem, a new one happens to be waiting for me right after!


    I have successfully installed Mac OSX onto my hard drive, however, now during boot up, in verbose mode I get this message and it hangs:

    "Unknown Sigsegv code 0"

    anyone have solutions for this?


 

 

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