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Old 08-22-2009, 08:31 PM
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it immediatly says "dsmos is arrived" (or something similar)! SMC in Apple hardware also manages sleep and shutdown issues, i'm wondering what this smc emulator can do regarding these aspects.

iHack NB: P35 | SB: ICH9R | CPU: C2D E6850 3.0Ghz | RAM: 4GB DDR2 800Mhz | MB: GA-P35-DS4(rev1.1, bios F14) | GPU: MSI GeForce NX8800GT 1GB | NIC: Realtek R1000 | AUDIO: ALC889a | OS: Retail 10.5.8 & SL 10A432 | BL: Chameleon 2.0RC1(PCEFI v10) + DSDT.aml

(sorry my poor English, I'm Italian)
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Old 08-22-2009, 11:32 PM
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STill have Kp after wake from sleep

@cili0. I was hoping that your suggestion would have worked, but that would be too easy.

Replaced dsmos with updated fakesmc.kext (netkas put updated on his site today). Reinstalled sleepenabler.kext from the first page here. But still getting a KP after waking from sleep.

Actually reinstalled everything, SL, Chameleon 2, PC_EFI 10.1, kexts in /Extra and still having the same problem. Kext utility works good, finishes permissions/rebuild fine.

If anybody has any suggestions....

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10.6 Retail 64bit Using DSDT for audio-889a, video-8800gts, ethernet w/TM fix, USB fix, and SATA fix.
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Old 08-23-2009, 07:10 AM
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I also had KP's with wake after installing faksmc kext.
I also removed OpenHaltRestart & SleepEnabler to check if there were still needed.
I've then put them both back and only replaced dsmos and all was good again.
I had to use kextutility and reboot everytime so make sure you reboot enough to load the new kext/mkext.

Snow Leopard 10.6.7  Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3P  Intel Q6600 @ 3Ghz  Corsair CM2X2048-6400DHX  Gigabyte HD5770 Silent Cell  Samsung SyncMaster 2494SW  ALC889a  Creative T5400 5.1  Maxtor 380215AS  Pioneer DVR-215D  Presonus Inspire 1394  KRK Rokit 5  Wacom Bamboo One 
 SL USB Guide => http://www.infinitemac.com/f57/guide...k-drive-t3705/ 
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Old 08-23-2009, 11:03 AM
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@cili0. I was hoping that your suggestion would have worked, but that would be too easy.

Replaced dsmos with updated fakesmc.kext (netkas put updated on his site today). Reinstalled sleepenabler.kext from the first page here. But still getting a KP after waking from sleep.

Actually reinstalled everything, SL, Chameleon 2, PC_EFI 10.1, kexts in /Extra and still having the same problem. Kext utility works good, finishes permissions/rebuild fine.

If anybody has any suggestions....
have you tried to repair permissions from disk utility ? i know it seems a noob suggestion, but i replaced the sleepenabler.kext with the one provided in the main topic, repaired permissions with "sudo diskutil repairPermissions /" and launched kext utility.

cheers!

iHack NB: P35 | SB: ICH9R | CPU: C2D E6850 3.0Ghz | RAM: 4GB DDR2 800Mhz | MB: GA-P35-DS4(rev1.1, bios F14) | GPU: MSI GeForce NX8800GT 1GB | NIC: Realtek R1000 | AUDIO: ALC889a | OS: Retail 10.5.8 & SL 10A432 | BL: Chameleon 2.0RC1(PCEFI v10) + DSDT.aml

(sorry my poor English, I'm Italian)
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Old 08-23-2009, 07:42 PM
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KP after wake from sleep

Well I did a little testing and this is what I have found.

If I install from SL, I don't get the "no installer package" error. But I do get a KP when waking from sleep.

If I install from Leo, I do get the "no installer packages" error. But sleep works great. Wakes up everytime with no KP. I still get a "USB device removal error" if I don't eject my USB stick before sleep. (chameleon 2/PC_EFI 10.1 on usb stick).

I have tried this 3 different times/both ways and always the same results. I would prefer to do the install from SL obviously. I think this would be a cleaner install. But I do need sleep functioning.

I havent tried reinstalling BSD.pkg from SL as Snow said this made things worse and he is using the same MB.

Any ideas?

Also, Anybody seen a modified IOUSBFamily.kext for 64 bit yet? This fixed the "devical removal error for many in Leo.

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Old 08-24-2009, 01:51 PM
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This really sounds like the wrong Sleepenabler is being used m8, make sure it's 64bit version and install again using KextUtility.

Don't install from Leo and def not reinstall BSD.pkg.

Kexts needed: fakesmc/NullCPUPowerManagement/OpenHaltRestart/PlatformUUID & SLeepEnabler.

Don't forget to edit UUID strings before and after install and in the proper files (all 3)

Install from USB like guide says!

Snow Leopard 10.6.7  Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3P  Intel Q6600 @ 3Ghz  Corsair CM2X2048-6400DHX  Gigabyte HD5770 Silent Cell  Samsung SyncMaster 2494SW  ALC889a  Creative T5400 5.1  Maxtor 380215AS  Pioneer DVR-215D  Presonus Inspire 1394  KRK Rokit 5  Wacom Bamboo One 
 SL USB Guide => http://www.infinitemac.com/f57/guide...k-drive-t3705/ 
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Old 08-24-2009, 05:40 PM
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Hi.
Got a G31M-ES2L mobo too, but none of this works on my hack as I can't install from a DVD restored partition because I get a KP whether if I boot in 32 or 64 bits. I succeeded to install from within my Leopard install but I can only boot in 64 bit mode, with a Kernel panic right after the video and 32 bit mode hangs when loading "Don't steal Mac OS X.kext".

Please help!

Mobo: Gigabyte G31M-ES2L
4GB RAM, 2,5 GHz Intel Dual-Core E5200
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Old 08-25-2009, 07:37 AM
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Using PC_Efi_v9/Chameleon1 and adding the PC_EFI_ V10 bootfile solved the KP`s on my maschine..

Dunno why but Chameleon 2 didnt work for my 10.5x either.

This Guide/kexts here works great on my G31M here ( thanks ! ) , so maybe PC_EFI_v9 solve your KP`s too


regards
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Old 08-29-2009, 05:02 PM
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I followed this guide to update my 10.5.6 to snow leopard.
Good job on the guide, thanks!

Before deciding to follow the guide properly and install from a usb stick I had a few not so successful attempts at installing from a hard drive partition, using iPartition and Disk utility, creating and destroying new partitions and restoring to keep things fresh when I failed.

With the usb stick, it worked fine. I had the PCEfi boot file from this guide on it and the Extra folder had the contents of the guide extra folder and also 3 other ones:

AHCIPortInjector, ATAPortInjector, IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector
I think chameleon put them there.

The first time I forgot to edit the uuid flags in com.apple.boot.plist and PlatformUUID.kext.
While at it I also changed the resolution string in apple.com.boot.plist and upped the timeout value and added the device string for my graphic card.

I installed to my one partition leo disk.

After installing, I used another computer to remove the uuid flag from apple.com.boot.plist on the usb stick.
Booted to the usb stick and chose my hard drive in the chameleon screen, no kernel flags.

Snow Leopard, 64 bit!.

Only small problem I had was when (after having enjoyed snow leopard for a couple of hours) I tried to make my hard drive bootable on its own so as to not have to use the usb stick every time.
Chameleon gave an install error until I installed using the hfs EFI option.

I used EFI Partition Mounter and sudo -s in terminal to copy the boot file from the usb stick to the root of the hard drive and the extra folder from the usb stick to the efi partition. I just realized I never changed the uuid info in Platformuuid.kext….

Sleepenabler.kext worked as well, I put it among the EFI partition kexts.

So thanks, again.

Because of this thread I also know about the .chameleon folder in root, wish I knew that before…. :-)
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Old 08-29-2009, 08:42 PM
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i have this same mobo, but i do not have 2 internal hd's. i have an external hd i would like to use to do the install, but would like to also install 10.6 on my internal hd that currently is running 10.5.8. how can i install 10.6 over my 10.5.8 install once it is installed to the external hd? is what i'm asking even making sense? thanks in advance...



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