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Name:~pcwiz's VMWare Leopard Image

Total Size: 3.33 GB

Magnet: Magnet Link

Seeds: 0

Leechers: 0

Stream: Watch Online @ Movie4u

Last Updated: 2014-08-22 01:24:36 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-09-02 18:17:04




Torrent Files List


Mac OS X Leopard_part001.rar (Size: 3.33 GB) (Files: 36)

 Mac OS X Leopard_part001.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part002.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part003.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part004.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part005.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part006.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part007.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part008.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part009.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part010.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part011.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part012.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part013.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part014.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part015.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part016.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part017.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part018.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part019.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part020.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part021.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part022.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part023.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part024.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part025.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part026.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part027.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part028.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part029.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part030.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part031.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part032.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part033.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part034.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part035.rar

95.78 MB

 Mac OS X Leopard_part036.rar

61.32 MB
 

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Torrent description

This is ~pcwiz's Leopard installation.

NOTE 2:: This is not just a VMware disk image, it contains the configuration files and everything you need to boot it right out of the box. Once you have unzipped the final product, it is a folder called Mac OS X Leopard. Go into VMware and open an existing virtual machine and go into the unzipped Mac OS X Leopard folder and select the FreeBSD 64 bit config file.

* Intel SSE3 only (no SSE2 patch applied and no AMD decrypts)
* This has now been confirmed working on VMware Fusion as well!
* It is possible to get this to work with AMD and SSE2 but you have to do that yourself
* This release is Leopard Flat Image + 10.5.2 Update + netkas 9.2.0 SpeedStep kernel + mac.nub SMBIOS with the necessary VMware tweaks
* It comes in a ready to go directory that contains everything you need to boot and use it in VMware, just navigate to the config file and open it as a vitual machine in VMware
* By default RAM is set to 1GB, adjust this if necessary
* Ethernet does work apparently, but I didn't configure it by default in the release. Scroll down to the bottom of this post to get Ethernet configuration instructions
* USB does not work, which is not a surprise seeing as it didn't work in Tiger on VMware either
* Sound works partially, but its laggy and not practical at all
* The default username is pcwiz and the admin password is pcwiz
* Time Machine fix is not applied and Time Machine is not configured. I didn't think Time Machine is practical considering you can make VM snapshots in VMware, but if you want to use it apply the Time Machine fix from here (download it, put it into an ISO and mount) and configure another virtual hard drive and format it with Disk Utility and configure Time Machine to use the new disk
* There is 8.3 of free space left on the disk for your use (add another virtual disk if you need more space)
* The virtual CD-ROM is not configured to Connect at Power On because it slows boot. Once you are booted into Leopard, connect the virtual CD-ROM by right clicking the CD icon on the bottom right of the VMware window and clicking Connect. Use the Edit option in that same menu to configure drive and ISO settings
* No QE/CI at the moment

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