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Old 09-23-2012, 08:11 PM
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Hi, Gilles!

You don't have to sign up, just follow the linked topic; any news will be posted there.

We're far from having a beta kernel, unfortunately. No easy task at all. I don't know even if i could make one: my programming skills are not so high as i would like them to be. Maybe Raw's and Bronzovka's experiments are a better bet.

Thank you!
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Old 09-23-2012, 11:22 PM
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Hi, Gilles!

You don't have to sign up, just follow the linked topic; any news will be posted there.

We're far from having a beta kernel, unfortunately. No easy task at all. I don't know even if i could make one: my programming skills are not so high as i would like them to be. Maybe Raw's and Bronzovka's experiments are a better bet.

Thank you!



it's true, we do not know them, what do you expect we are doomed to pfff ....!!
If I had their knowledge, I would be over day and night!


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Old 09-23-2012, 11:24 PM
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You can write in french, Gilles! I think i'll understand you better than this google translate dialect, lol.
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Old 09-23-2012, 11:44 PM
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You can write in french, Gilles! I think i'll understand you better than this google translate dialect, lol.
effectivement , je préfères !! ahahha !! le modo ne veux pas que l'on écrive dans une autre langue , c'est vrai que google traduction , c'est la misère !!

j'en disais que d'être réduit à attendre le bon vouloir de nos seigneurs développeurs est quelque peu frustrant , j'en ai pas les compétences de comprendre quoi que se soit dans le domaine de la programmation , le seul langage que je connaisses est celui du list et du lader pour programmer un automate TSX 37/57 ahahahah !!! la bonne affaire !!

le pire de l'histoire , est que je connais bien ML 10.8 car je l'ai fait tourner sur mes anciennes configurations i7 875 k et xeon E31230 , c'est que du bonheur !! j'aimerais tellement le voir fonctionner sur les procs AMD , mais bon , je suis quand même très surpris du très bon résultat des FX bul sur Mac OS X 10.7 ce qui laisse présager un très bon fonctionnement sous ML 10.8 , la fluidité !! ce qui manque à Lion 10.7

Enfin patientons , j'ai des fourmis dans doigts

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Old 09-28-2012, 07:21 AM
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Much better, Gilles! Understand you perfectly (but prefer to answer in english, since i'm more comfortable with it and you appears to read english quite well too). Strange, i didn't notice your answer until this exact moment.

I agree with you. And i'll add the following: we're not entitled to enjoy any of the awesome work of these developers. We indeed depend on their generosity and good will. And there has to be much good will, because kernel development can be hard and tedious and time-consuming.

The best answer to this sometimes frustrating dependance is us to become ourselves the kernel developers. Even if we don't make it, hopefully we can prepare the terrain so one of the wise guys can fell encouraged to step in and help us finish the work. The more heads focus on it, bigger our chances of succeed in it.

We've been studying a lot of material in that topic i linked: believe it or not, a lot of good ideas are flourishing. Besides this, i had conversations with Nawcom and Meklort and get lots of good advice and tips.

Unrelated to the topic: do you think it's really worth to update to 10.7.5? For me, it seems like it's just gatekeeper, and this attracts me not.
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Old 09-28-2012, 11:10 PM
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Much better, Gilles! Understand you perfectly (but prefer to answer in english, since i'm more comfortable with it and you appears to read english quite well too). Strange, i didn't notice your answer until this exact moment.

I agree with you. And i'll add the following: we're not entitled to enjoy any of the awesome work of these developers. We indeed depend on their generosity and good will. And there has to be much good will, because kernel development can be hard and tedious and time-consuming.

The best answer to this sometimes frustrating dependance is us to become ourselves the kernel developers. Even if we don't make it, hopefully we can prepare the terrain so one of the wise guys can fell encouraged to step in and help us finish the work. The more heads focus on it, bigger our chances of succeed in it.

We've been studying a lot of material in that topic i linked: believe it or not, a lot of good ideas are flourishing. Besides this, i had conversations with Nawcom and Meklort and get lots of good advice and tips.

Unrelated to the topic: do you think it's really worth to update to 10.7.5? For me, it seems like it's just gatekeeper, and this attracts me not.


bonsoir ,

J'ai vu que Nawcom's avait fermé son blog sa santé va mieux ? vous avez des contacts directs avec lui ?

Pour la mise à jour 11.5 , il est vrai qu'elle est futile , peut-être pour les kext graphiques supplémentaire , elle peut-être intéressante ? Mais la bonne nouvelle est que le kernel RAW 11.4 supporte la version 11.5 et aussi les suivantes qui sait ? qui nous permettrons de voir fonctionner une 11.8 avec le kext ATI7000Controller ?

Donc sa vaut le coup de faire des essaies

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Old 10-01-2012, 05:29 AM
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Hi, Gilles!

Yeah, i think he's in very good health, which is good news. I didn't know that he closed his blog. Since he didn't say anything, i'll not ask why: he should have his reasons. Yes, i sometimes talk to him since i started to use IRC a week ago. Nawcom, meklort, conti and many others. Meklort's being very helpful these days, giving a lot of tips and advices.

Since you're saying RAW's 10.7.4 kernel works with 10.7.5, i should give it a try, just to be as up-to-date as possible, since i use an old and cheap GeForce G210 graphics, lol.
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Old 10-03-2012, 05:52 PM
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looks similiar as it does when you build i386 ML XNU from source and try to boot it (intel setup)....
R:A:W:X86, i adapted your diff to the 12.0 XNU (it was a tedious effort, because the patch command wouldn't work properly, and i had to copy and paste many things, and insert them the way i thought the most optimal, yet in the end only a few minor changes had to be made) and generated a diff. Do you want to compile and test it? I myself cannot do it: i'm having Xcode issues, so i'll warn you this is totally untested.

Here it goes:
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Old 10-05-2012, 08:31 AM
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Updated: it wasn't Xcode issues, it was some functions i left in the cupid.c file. I "commented" them and finally built the kernel. I'll post an updated diff file later:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/ind...tach_id=114743
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Old 10-31-2012, 08:30 PM
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Updated: it wasn't Xcode issues, it was some functions i left in the cupid.c file. I "commented" them and finally built the kernel. I'll post an updated diff file later:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/ind...tach_id=114743


le lien est sympa !!!!



Mise à part ça , il y a des news pour le kernel AMD 12.0 ?

j'ai mon FX qui s'impatiente !!



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GA-78LMT SP2 / FX 6100 / P x4 960t / Sapphire HD 4850 1024
MSI K9neo v1 / Atlon 4800+/ Gigabyte HD 5450 512
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