The 1010 is the mini10 correct? As in not the mini10v? If so, you have an Intel GMA 500 graphics chipset. The mini10v has the Intel GMA 950 chipset. The have comparable specs but the big difference in OS X terms is that real Macs (the Mac mini and early MacBook) actually had a GMA 950 in them. This means OS X has drivers for the 950 chipset. No Mac ever had the GMA 500 chipset so there are no OS X (from Apple) drivers for your chipset. You get the default VGA driver. That's limited to the native resolution and has no hardware acceleration. Perhaps over at insanelymac where they do all sorts of hacks for all brands of PCs you may find someone who's taken open source Linux drivers and converted and built the for OS X.
Otherwise you're stuck.
Mini1: Vostro A90, Black, 2G, 1.3 Webcam, Bluetooth, 64G SuperTalent, OS X 10.6.4
Mini2: Mini9, Black, 2G, 0.3 Webcam, Bluetooth, 32G RunCore, OS X/Win 7, internal PCI-e SHDC Reader
Mini3: Mini10v. Black, 2G, Webcam, 640G HD, OS X 10.5.8/Win 7/Ubuntu [Hibernate w/NBI 0.8.3 RC4] Dropbox Referral