I'm trying to install Snow Leo from a USB Drive on an Intel DP43TF. Now either:
- I use EHCIacquire=Yes, then Chameleon halts trying to load files (DSDT.aml) from the drive (well, duh, I just reset the controller...)
- I don't, then mach_kernel complains about USBF: unable to take control from bios (well, duh, the controller is still in BIOS mode)
I don't think I need a DSDT, since many others use the board without issues. Can't disable Legacy support in BIOS as obviously that's what I'm booting the installer from.
I think the EHCI/UHCI reset stuff in Chameleon should be deferred until just before control is handed over to mach (or at least, until after chameleon is done loading everything from the boot device) in order to fix this problem.
Does anyone have another idea that I have missed? (Well, OK, I could just use a different, non-USB install medium, but that's not the point. ;-)