My bad. I added the resolution fix at the last minute, and didn't test that (of course!). It's fixed now, and I tested it.
Anyway, here's what I do:
1. Open up a terminal
2. type sudo -s
3. type your password
4. type the path to patch4500.bash, or drag into the terminal
5. Add any options you need. For example, I do not have a 4-series chip, so if I just hit return, it says:
patch4500.bash: 4 Series Chipset Integrated Graphics Controller NOT found.
6. The options are:
-v: print version
-h: print help
-r: Tienneke native resolution fix
-f DEVID - patch with passed DEVID instead of lspci lookup
The version option is just in case we make changes, so you can tell what version of the script you have. I just bumped it now, with the syntax error fix.
So let's say I just want native resolution, and I don't to try to see if I get QE/CI. I'd do:
patch4500.bash -r <hit return>
for me, without a 4-series, I'd do (if I wanted device id 2e12):
patch4500.bash -rf 2e12
Let me know if you need more info, or have problems.