ASUS P6T Hackintosh & OS X Mountain Lion

I just finished installing OS X Mountain Lion (latest preview) on my new Intel 520 SSD. The 520 is one of the fastest consumer SSD’s on the market today. Even though my 3 year old ASUS P6T mainboard doesn’t support SATA-3, the 520 still performs ridiculously fast. It takes a mere 6 seconds from the …

Colocating a Raspberry Pi Debian server in a data center

After weeks of waiting I finally received my first (but certainly not last) Raspberry Pi last week. This one is going to be colocated in a data center in Austria and I’m planning to run this website on it. I sent it off today and it’s due to arrive at the data center later this …

Best Ethernet network adapter/NIC for a Hackintosh

Added 8-15-2014: This post ist outdated, please see here for more information on natively supported PCI-e network cards for OS X. My ASUS P6T motherboard features a gigabit-capable Realtek 8111CĀ onboard NIC. There’s an official but old OS X driver for this network adapter available from Realtek, but it crashes my Hackintosh whenever I try to …

Kindle Fire reboot loop problem – solved!

One day last week my Amazon Kindle Fire shut itself down because its battery was empty. I forgot about it for a few days but eventually I hooked it up to a USB charger and left it charging overnight. Next morning I found the Kindle Fire in a reboot loop. When connected to the USB …