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You need: SSE2/SSE3, Windows 2000/XP & about 12gb free space, VMware 5.0.0, UltraISO v7.6.1.1125, Removed Patch Link,PearPC, Darwin 8.01 Mirror1, Mirror2


[edit] Instructions

[edit] Install Mac OS X in PPC

  • Extract
    • extract HDImage (Tiger.img) in that folder
    • configure ppc.cfg in text editor (instructions are in there)
    • cd iso is Developer Install DVD Mac OS 10.4.1 x86 (converted to .iso using UltraISO)
  • In command prompt navigate to PPC folder, type "ppc ppc.cfg"
    • then boot from CD-ROM
    • finish installing (40mins-2hrs)
    • reboot (it will close it)
  • open using "ppc ppc.cfg" again
    • finish install
    • when booted to desktop edit the Hard Disk icon on the desktop probably called "Untitled" if not, rename it to that (VERY IMPORTANT).

[edit] 2

  • Install VMware
    • create new virtual machine using
      • Custom >
      • New - VMware 5 format >
      • "Other" for both OS & Version >
      • call it anything >
      • set whatever amound of ram you want VMware to use >
      • bridged networking >
        • Buslogic >
      • Use a physical hard disk >
        • Select which Disk you want to use
        • also make sure you use the entire disk that's why it must be a spare HD >
        • name the disk file "Mach.vmdk" >
      • Finish.
  • Attach darwinx86-801.iso to the CD-ROM
  • boot the virtual machine
    • press Escape & select CD-ROM and
    • type "1" to select VMware virtual HD,
    • "2" to select manually partition,
    • "3, "y" to initialize partition tables (if such option exists, if not skip),
    • then type "auto hfs"
      • then "update"
      • then "write"
      • then "quit"
      • then "/dev/disk0s1"
      • then "yes"
      • then "Tiger" for the Desired Volumename.
    • It should give you an error and ask you to reboot, do so
    • press Escape select CR-Rom again,
      • "1" to select VMware virtual HD,
      • "1" Auto partition,
      • type "hfs"
      • then "y"
      • then "yes"
      • then "Tiger" for Desired Volumename
    • and it will install Darwin (~10mins)
  • reboot when finished but stop the virtual machine before it boots up.

[edit] 3

  • Move the HDImage you extracted in PPC to the folder where the VMware virtual machine files are
  • find the file called Mach.vmdk (1kb),
    • make a copy of it
    • edit that copy in notepad
    • edit this line
"RW 19941264 FLAT “\\.\PhysicalDrive1″ 0". 
      • Replace 8388608 with the size of Tiger.img (HDImage you just moved) in bytes divided by 512
      • replace "Tiger-flat.vmdk" with Tiger.img
    • save it.
  • Add a new hard disk in VMware using this "copy of Mach.vmdk".
    • Attach the included patches.iso (in
    • Boot your virtual machine login as root,
    • at the command line type "cd /"
      • then "mkdir mnt"
      • then "mount -t cd9660 /dev/disk2s0 /mnt "
      • then "cd mnt"
      • then type the following commands:
cp -RLv oah750d /Volumes/Untitled/usr/libexec/oah

cp -RLv ApplePS2Controller.kext /Volumes/Untitled/System/Library/Extensions

cp -RLv /Volumes/Untitled/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Bom.framework /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks

"./ditto -rsrc /Volumes/Untitled /" (note the space before /)(20-45mins)

"DiskUtil repairPermissions /" (note the space before /")

"mv /var/db/netinfo/local.nidb /var/db/netinfo/local.nidb.bad"

"rm /var/db/.AppleSetupDone"
      • then "reboot" before it boots again
    • shut down VMware,
    • close it
  • reboot your computer
When you boot up your PC make sure you select which HD you want to boot from (its F8 in my motherboard) and then you can boot Mac OS X. This is not exactly a bootloader, buy you still have dual boot set up, Enjoy!

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