I just broke the boot on my 10v with OSX 10.6.2. I think it's finding the stock kernel (or extensions?) as I'm getting "Unsupported CPU:" and an error screen. I know I can re-install NetbookInstaller from the USB stick, but I don't have it with me. I was attempting to mod the bluetooth kext Info.plist file to match my IDs, I found that it seems to be installed in /Extra with NetbookInstaller rather than /s/l/e, so I modified that and deleted the Extensions.mkext (s/l and /Extra) and rebooted.
First, I assume I'm hosed till I get to the USB stick at home. So no netbook for today. Sucks, but owell. Is there a way to tell it to boot to an alternate kernel from Chameleon? I can do it with grub and Linux, but I'm not as familiar with the OSX bootloaders. That might be a good trick to have for later, we could leave a known good Kernel (and Extensions?) somewhere on the drive and boot to it if you mess up your system.
Second, how can I do this mod without breaking my system? I need to use different IDs for the bluetooth module as it's not the Dell one, so the "Fix Bluetooth" option in NBI doesn't work properly for me. As a feature request, it would be nice if it had the option to specify the IDs to use in the installer. Even better would be to handle to hex/decimal conversion so I can just type/paste them in from the System Info screen.