SilverZero wrote:Yeah, I would guess it's because you're using 10.5.1. There must be something (looks like the SMBIOSResolver) that expect a higher kernel version. You could try not copying anything from /Extra or /Patches to the retail image to start with, and instead copying them onto the 1gb boot stick. Then you can copy them from Terminal after the "Install Failed" message. That is actually where we're going with the next version, so you can beta test that, too. Although I still expect you might run into a kernel panic after copying things, you would probably at least get through the install, and then you could try booting in safe mode (-x flag) to see if you can get into the new installation. Then you could update your kernel, but if you can find a .6 update, that might be best. Run postinstall after that . . . etc.
Really, I think it would be best to just see if you can get through installation by skipping the step about copying things to the retail USB image. Then we can worry about how to get you through the rest.
Kernel loadable module in backtrace (with dependencies):
tomtomtom wrote:Hey - thanks for the super quick reply.... I tried using just the vanilla image but get pretty much the same kernel panic (com.superhai.driver.SMBIOSResolver(1.0.7)@0x2e1ee000->0x2e1f0fff )
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