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This is a local copy. Find the real copy with full links on the research.gwgaming wiki.
To use this guide, you should know stuff already... not for newbies, sorry.
- Install Darwin 8.0.1 http://www.opendarwin.org under VMWare
- Install MacOS DEV DVD under PearPC (Use the default 3.5 GB Image that Prassys Installer Creates) http://www.pearpc.net
- Get DITTO and PATCHED Rosetta (oah750d)
- Under VMWare add more harddisks into your VMWare:
- Add a new Hard Disk that will be your main hard drive as you will get Ditto and Rosetta from there.
- Add a new Hard Disk using the Fake VMDK with your pearpc drive image
- Make your VMWare cdrom to use the Darwin 8.0.1 CD Iso file.
- Get in Darwin and go to /Volumes/YourHD/FolderThatHaveRosettaAndStuff
- Do a cp -RLv oah750d /Volumes/YourPearPcImage/usr/libexec/oah
- Mount your Darwin cd by doing :
- mkdir /mnt
- mount -t cd9660 /dev/diskXsY /mnt (find the info you need with "disktool -l")
- Do a cp -RLv /mnt/System/Library/Extensions/ApplePS2Controller.kext /Volumes/YourPearPcImage/System/Library/Extensions
- Do a cp -RLv /Volumes/YourPearPcImage/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Bom.framework /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks
- Do a tar xvzf ditto.tgz
- Do a ditto -rsrc /Volumes/YourPearPcImage /
- Wait for DITTO to finish up.
- Get into your mactel installation, Smile, go to terminal and issue :
- DiskUtil repairPermissions /
- Reboot, and voila everything is working.
 Example of a .vmdk file content
# Disk DescriptorFile version=1 CID=b25fc458 parentCID=ffffffff createType="monolithicFlat"
# Extent description RW 6290928 FLAT "drive.img" 0 <--- the *First* number in this line is the SIZE in BYTES of your PearPC Image / 512 or ( Size / 512 ).
# The Disk Data Base #DDB
ddb.virtualHWVersion = "4" ddb.geometry.cylinders = "16383" ddb.geometry.heads = "16" ddb.geometry.sectors = "63" ddb.adapterType = "ide" ddb.toolsVersion = "0"
 Noob guide
- Download needed files
- you need vmware 5 http://download3.vmware.com/software/wkst/VMware-workstation-5.0.0-13124.exe
- you need to get Darwin http://www.opendarwin.org/downloads/8.0.1/darwinx86-801.iso.gz
- you need Patched Rosetta
- you need Patched Core
- you need Ditto
- you need Transmac http://www.download.com/TransMac/3000-2248-10017073.html?part=dl-TransMac&subj=dl&tag=button
- you need Pearpc
- Install Files
- Install Vmware
- install Transmac
- unzip Darwin CD using WinRar
- install Pearpc and Dev DVD (longest step)
- follow this guide, and use your Dev Tiger DVD,
- Set up your virtual Machine
- Open up Vmware click new Vertual machine, then click next, choose custom, then click next, click next again
- Choose "Other" for guest Operating system
- Under version choose "FreeBSD", click next, click next again
- Choose how much ram you want to use, more the better
- Click next, click next, click next, now you should be at a screen about your hard drive
- Choose use Physical Disk (if you have a free ATA drive and you want to run native) else choose create new
- physical Disk next screen
- click ok to the message box, click next (leave it as phisicaldrive0, if its wrong we fix it soon...)
- click next, click next
- double click your hard drive, make sure it has the correct capacity
- if not click edit virtual machine and click the hard drive click remove, click add...
- chose the next Phisical drive, continue with step D and E until you have the right drive
- New disk screen
- Click next, Click Next, Click Finnish
- physical Disk next screen
- Add the Darwin Image
- double click the Cdrom Drive
- Choose use CDrom Image
- Goto where the iso is
- Install Darwinx86-801
- start the virtual machine (wait for it to boot, and for it to finish the count down...)
- when it asks for which hard drive choose 1
- when it asks how to install choose 2 (manual)
- if it asks you anything aggree
- when you get to the pdisk prompt type: Auto hfs
- then press enter (of course)
- then type q
- follow the prompts, if it says default is .... just press enter
- it will fail :( so press enter and reboot
- Then when it boots press ESC and choose to boot off of CD
- For HD choose 1 again, and For how to install choose 1
- when it asks for the format choose HFS
- follow the prompts...
- create your root user :) then reboot
- Copy extra files over using Transmac
- Unzip Coregraphics, Rosetta, and Ditto into one file
- open up transmac
- Goto Options|show hidden files (so its checked)
- in the uper half part go to where the files are (rosetta etc.)
- int the bottem half for drive choose Volume Image File, choose the image Tiger Dev Kit is installed
- usr/libexec/oah is where you overwrite Oah750d (just drag your file to the bottem pane and agree and overwrite)
- /System/Library/Frameworks/ApplicationServices.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/CoreGraphics.framework/Versions/A/ is where Coregraphics goes
- create a new folder in the folder where /System and /Usr are and alot of others....(the main folder) call it ditto
- open up that new folder named ditto, and move your ditto file in there (unziped)
- Mount your Pearpc Tiger .IMG
- open up Wordpad (must use wordpad)
- right click you IMG file and copy the number of bites for Size (not size on disk)
- enter that into your calculator and devide that number by 512 i will refer to that as num1, and your img file as OSX.img
- follow the text vmdk making above
- save it as pearimage.vmdk (in the same folder your OSX.img file is
- now make a new hard drive in vmware by clicking on Edit Virtual Machine settings in vmware
- click add.., click next,click next, choose use an existing virtual disk, click next and choose the file you just saved
- click finish, click ok
- Install time Oh YEah!
- boot up darwin, and login as root (after the line that says type press enter)
- type cd /Volumes
- type ls
- you should see two diffrent names underneath, ones the darwin install, you named it, the other is OSSX you didn't name (most likly) but you should tell the diffrence
- which ever isn't Darwin (the one your booting) its going to be refered to here as Pearpcdisk
- type cp -RLv /volumes/Pearpcdisk/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Bom.framework /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks
- type /volumes/Pearpcdisk/ditto/ditto -rsrc /Volumes/pearpcdisk /
- Wait for it to finnish (took me 12 min might take you longer)
- type diskutil repairpermissions /
- type reboot
- Your done boot it up and have fun with your apple! :)
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