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Google Cr-48 Notebook wurde gehackt um Mac OS X Snow Leopard auszuführen [Video]

Google Cr-48 Notebook wurde gehackt um Mac OS X Snow Leopard auszuführen [Video]

Posted January 2, 2011 at 12:12pm by iClarified · 89395 views
Das Google Cr-48 Notebook wurde gehackt um Ubuntu, Mac OS X und Windows auszuführen.

Hier gibt es eine Anleitung, wie man Ubuntu und Windows 7 auf etwas schrecklichem installieren kann. Eine Anleitung für Mac OS X kommt bald.

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horst - January 3, 2011 at 4:00am
Why bothering to get something which is even not half a MAC and needs modifications ? MAC works out of the box perfect. I even wouldnt consider to buy the machine above.
Mole_Eater - January 3, 2011 at 5:52am
Well there is some good non-apple systems that can run OSX very well but they are mainly desktop systems. It all comes down to graphics and power management (CPU fan / system fan and shutdown / sleep) in my opinion. Many notebooks will work with OSX without both of the above and they are just not worth playing wih.
Mole_Eater - January 2, 2011 at 1:14pm
Well if I remember right the GMA1350 will not work with QE/CI so nothing he can do there. So this system is dead in the water for OSX with no graphics hardware acceleration . Should be the first thing you check before every thing else... Right??
teraflow - January 2, 2011 at 2:23pm
You're right, using a hackintosh without QE/CI is pretty annoying Meklort( is working on some GMA 3150 kext. Hopefully we'll get QE/CI working soon Till then I'll keep using Ubuntu :P
teraflow - January 2, 2011 at 4:34pm
Not a big deal, you'll need a usb stick: Download Ubuntu iso Download unetbootin ( Selec your stick, and locate your iso image. Once done, restart your netbook and hit ESC key until you see a boot device list, selec your stick and install it. You'll need some "hacking" to get two finger scrolling on touchpad If you need some help just let me know ;)
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