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Discuss [HowTo] Install Snow Leopard on a eeePC 1008HA at the Tutorials - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by Imperiopolis I am using the vanilla kernel that comes with the 10.6.2 ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imperiopolis View Post
    I am using the vanilla kernel that comes with the 10.6.2 update. I then just copied the patched chameleon boot file that melkort created for netbookinstaller rc4, so that i can actually boot it.

    To get the bluetooth to work, then I simply have to boot with the -v flag, I do not know why this works, it seems counter-intuitive to me, but it does. I still have the periodic problem when doing this that the bluetooth doesn't turn on and you have to reboot, but it works probably 2/3rds of the time rather than never.
    I have already been using -v to boot all this time... so the mystery remains unsolved. I guess I'll leave it at 10.6.1 for now, I got myself an HP mini 311 to keep me busy.


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    i am french, i m little stupid but i don't understand nothing on your tutorial....

    i am on windows seven, i have key usb 8g, i have ideneb and leopard hd helper

    and when i started my computer asus 1008ha, i have one error because i have the last version of ideneb, i want put ideneb the last version with leopard hd helper, but where's search???

    please help me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imperiopolis View Post

    Just a quick question here. I managed to install Snow Leopard 10.6.1 last night to my 1008ha. It works rather well, however I do have one question. In your screenshot, your about this mac screen tells us that it is using an Atom processor. On my machine however it simply states: 1,66 GHz Unknown...

    How do you get the Machine to recognize the processor??

    Edit: Just found out the same occurs with the memory. It does recognize 2GB memory, but not the 667Mhz speed. It just states 0 MHz...
    Last edited by janalleman; 12-20-2009 at 12:24 PM.

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    I was able to follow your guide and install 10.6.0 on my 1008HA. I then upgraded to 10.6.2 however now bluetooth and restart on sleep no longer works. I noticed you are also having the bluetooth issue, but how did you fix it so that the screen would wake up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by galperi1 View Post
    I was able to follow your guide and install 10.6.0 on my 1008HA. I then upgraded to 10.6.2 however now bluetooth and restart on sleep no longer works. I noticed you are also having the bluetooth issue, but how did you fix it so that the screen would wake up?
    I never got bluetooth to work with 10.6.2. My advice would be to reinstall 10.6.0, update to 10.6.1 only (google for installation dmg). Stay with 10.6.1 until the Apple tablet comes out and then ditch the Eee.


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    Default Dual Booting Issues

    I am running a 1008HA the first time I did this it worked like a dream and even dual booted. This second time around it doesn't seems to what to dual boot it just boots straight into XP. The system is completely fresh both WIN XP and OSX SL. I can boot both systems i just have to use my usb recovery version of Snow to boot snow off the internal hdd. What did i do wrong or do I need to completely restart the process.

    Update
    Off my working snow install I was able to format my internal HD to blank and restore from the 1008ha restore disk. I then booted the snow USB and then followed te guied in tha thread to a t and it appears to be working flawlessly I was also able to finaly install my needed programs as well.

    Now to get the xp patrtion up and "broken in" to my likeing.
    Last edited by viperstarpoint9; 02-01-2010 at 04:43 PM. Reason: Fixed problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imperiopolis View Post
    First, what works and doesn't work:

    Things working:
    Bluetooth
    Sleep, Restart, Shutdown
    Keyboard with basic function keys
    Trackpad with tap and two finger scroll
    Sound (no mic, it seems)
    Video with full native Resolution
    Webcam in photobooth and skype (doesn't seem to work in iChat)
    Time Machine

    Not working yet:
    WLAN (Think this is certainly possible, with everything currently supported by the atheros drivers in snow, but you can always swap for a fully supported card)
    Ethernet (Doubt this will work, haven't really looked at it)

    Now that that's out of the way, here are the steps. Please only try this if you know what you're doing. I take no responsibility for destroying your eeePC.

    Requirments:
    eeePC 1008HA (the 1005 model will probably work as well)
    my snow extra pack (download)
    NetbookInstaller (download)
    Snow Leopard Installer
    An 8gb Flash Drive, or other free partition beyond where you wish to install
    A working Leopard Install (Doesn't need to be on the 1008HA if you wish to install to an external HDD)

    Step 1:
    On your working Leopard Install, use Disk Utility to format your 8gb flash drive as MBR with 1 Partition, name it SL Installer. Then restore your Snow Leopard DVD or DMG to the Flash Drive. If you wish to install on an MBR partition, you'll want to navigate to System/Installation/Packages and replace your OSInstall.mpkg with this one.

    Step 2:
    Execute the OSInstall.mpkg previously mentioned, and begin the install. Make sure to select your proper target drive, and in Customize to deselect Languages and Printers, or your install will fail.

    Step 4:
    Alright, you've got Snow installed on your 1008 now, but you're not ready to boot quite yet. Just a few more steps to complete. First, start up the NetbookInstaller app you should've downloaded, and run it on your new Snow Leopard install. It may take several minutes. It will tell you that you're running an unsupported device, just hit continue. Select your drive, and check only the following:
    Install PC EFI v9
    Install General Extensions

    Then let it do its magic.

    Step 5:
    You're almost ready! At this point, your SL install should be fully bootable and ready to go, but I assume you'd like sound, sleep, and a working battery meter. So, copy my provided Extra folder to your new Snow partition, overwriting any files when prompted, and repair permissions on the files in terminal.

    Now, if you've done everything correctly, you should be ready to reboot into snow and be greeted with the welcome video Enjoy!

    Step 6 (Optional, if you want sleep to work fully):
    Once you've booted into your new snow install, you'll want to install CHUD tools, and download this. Then, mount the ISO and the EEE-Utilities.dmg it contains. In EEE-Utilities browse to Fixes/Dimming Control Wake and Install SleepWatcher and then Sleepwatcher Startupitem. Once that's complete, run "Set Up Wake" only once, authenticate and some stuff will run through terminal. Once it's complete, sleep should be working fully. Your display will now come on when you wake your computer up Thanks to here for that info.

    Big thanks to the people here for providing me with all the information needed to get this running on our eeePCs and writing the needed apps. If it works for you, you should support them



    Also should note, wrote and posted this guide entirely from my eeePC in Snow, so it's very stable

    Firstly, I think i may have stumbled across a fix for the ethernet port... it's pure coincidence but while i was installing a package to tether my iphone to the 1008ha... i was installing a package called PDANET ...the file was downloaded from their website: PdaNetSetup110.pkg

    when completing the installation it came up with a message saying its picked up ethernet port... i didn't try it but i get the yellow light with a new eth1 port shown in network settings.

    Secondly... i would like to know how some people got the about apple screen to show actual processor type... like Intel Atom? mine just shows basic 1.67 Unknown ...i'm on 10.6.1 btw

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    Default Maybe I'm missing something

    I have a 1005HA with two partitions on the HDD. One is Windows XP, the other I want to put SL.

    I have a desktop computer with Leopard (10.5.8)

    I have a 16GB flash drive, formatted as MBR (OS X Extended Journaled) to which I have restored my retail copy of 10.6.

    I have downloaded NetBook Installer 0.8.4

    I have downloaded 1008Extra.zip

    How do I get the installation from my flash drive to the netbook? It seems to me that with this method you would have to remove the HDD from the netbook, put into a USB external case and install from the desktop computer.

    Is there a way to install this directly onto the netbook?

    Nevermind, duh...NetBook Installer from http://code.google.com/p/netbook-installer/

    OK, so I'm at the install Max OS X screen, but it will not let me install onto the MBR disk (yellow warning icon). I have replaced the OSInstall.mpkg with the one the OP said to download. But how do I run that from Terminal? Installer -pkg <name> does not work, that command is not known.




    Thanks
    Last edited by badbonez; 03-12-2010 at 06:59 AM. Reason: I'm stupid

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    hi everyone!!!sorry for my english but i'm spanish and i haven't talked english for a long time...there's my doubt: i've installed sl and when i turn on my computer, appears the installation window, but it says that can't detect a mouse pluged in, so i plug in an usb mouse, but the window doesn't disapear, can someone help me please?thanks

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    After 10 hours.. I was able to boot my MacOS from DVD external drive or USB drive.. but when the installation starts.. nothing seem to go on..
    I get to the apple screen but the "spinning wheel" never starts...

    I'm really desparate.. I red all in this and other forum.. but I don't still find a solution..
    I used Mac OS 10.6 Snow Leopard 10A432 Universal v3.5 as I saw in most guide..

    HELP me.. please..

    Tall


 

 
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