Posted February 13, Sign in Already have an account? Nice find, i’d like to try this out if I get a chance. Ethernet works flawlessly, even with the bridged adapter One could easily set up VNC on it, hehe. Everything works except ethernet and wifi.
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Everything works except ethernet and wifi. It seems to get stuck there for now. By the way, your adapter is made by Valgear.
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Sign in Already have an account? That’s a way nice find. Posted March 31, Posted April 30, You will find it under accessories, system tools on your start menu.
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Started by AghasterFebruary 13, I’m gonna try it this weekend on an OpenSolaris host with VirtualBox 3. Sign up for a new account in our community. Having intially tried with 3. I use Linux and I’m not going to give it a try on Windows, but someone here using Windows could give it a try and put feedback here to say if it worked. I have Windows Vista, bit. Posted February 13, Instuction book says these things: At the moment of this writing, the latest version is now 3.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think this is actually the first gxf hackint0sh guide for VirtualBox. Verbose mode shows it’s halting after Darwin loads USB support. The biggest advantage of a retail installation is that it can be updated way more easily, as you’ve built it yourself and you know what you need to repair or fix.
This is a shot in the dark but try this one.
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Here’s the other information, as much as I can find: Nice find, i’d like to try this out if I get a chance. The only thing annoying about the article is that the guy provides modified VirtualBox binaries for Windows in order to make the retail Snow Leopard installation work, not really giving a hint on how they’ve been modified.
I gxr this article out of nowhere, not so long after finding out that my HP ProBook s is a nice hackint0sh candidate. Oh and, it’s running super fast, with video acceleration and everything.
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Posted April 14, I found this article yesterday, dating from February 12th, so it’s very recent: Nevermind — apparently there’s a known bug with VB 3. Has anyone had success with this?