It is the Dell Inspiron Mini 10v (1011) which had the most compatibility with MacOSX. All its hardwares are supported in MacOSX.
I did it twice before getting it right. It's running MacOSX Snow Leopard 10.6.8. Yet updated to the latest update. Installation was made through a 8GB USB flash disk. Steps:
- Partition USB disk to GUID partition format and format it to HFS+ using Disk Utility
- Restore Snow Leopard CD to the USB flash disk using Disk Utility
- Download NetbookMaker 0.8.4 RC1 and install it to the USB disk
- Install Snow Leopard to your Dell Inspiron Mini 10v
- Once installed, the machine will automatically rebooted. Download NetbookInstaller 20100616212351, install and reboot
- Install MacOSXUpdCombo10.6.8.dmg and legacy_kernel-10.6.8.pkg. Install Mac update but do not click restart when asked. Instead, install the legacy kernel package and restart.
- System will be rebooted, running for 10-15 minutes and restarted again
- Run the NetbookInstaller 20100616212351 again, and install SleepEnabler.kext to enable sleep.