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Hi guys

I couldn't get my onboard LAN to give me any more than half duplex, and I want gigabit.

So i got a gigabit DGE-530T (88E8001) that needs skgekext to work. I removed the R1000.kext and stuck in the skge. So now the DGE-530T is only at 100mb/s. And no time machine.

Do I have to change my plist?

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Chris, it sounds like I'm having the same problem that you are. I did a fresh install on my EP45-UD3P using a 10.5.1 retail disc with no issues. I then applied the 10.5.7 combo update, rebooted, with the usual extra reboot that a point update always does, and then saw just what you saw.

I've done numerous successful installs with this disc, but this was actually the first install I've done where I've updated directly to 10.5.7 with the combo update. My previous installs were to 10.5.6, which I was running when 10.5.7 was released. I'm convinced the issue lies with this, but I'm not sure where to start.

I'm using a Radeon 4870 512MB video card. The next thing I think I'll try is to follow the first set of instructions here: http://www.insanelym...howtopic=155477 (the ones under UPDATE!) and see what I get, because I know that netkas's Radeon pkgs work on my machine.


I'm running 10.5.7 also with the 4870 graphics card. Couple of points:

1, the 4870 is supported natively at 10.5.7 but not earlier releases
2, you'll still need to use either strings in com.apple.Boot.plist or an injector even at 10.5.7

Those instructions you link to don't really count if you're doing a brand new retail install. You won't have natit present and you shouldn't just delete existing Apple ATI kexts. What you should do right now is:

1, get hold of Netkas' ATY_init and put it on a thumbdrive
2, boot into single user mode (so just the command line)
3, set the filesystem so that you can make changes
4, cp -R ATY_init from a thumbdrive into /S/L/E
5, make sure it is owned root:wheel and has the correct permissions (755)

It is much easier if you already have an existing Intel Mac or Hack. I created my current install from a MacBook with a USB connected HDD. Installed retail to the external drive, applied the combo 10.5.7 update and then added chameleon and ATY_init. Then transferring it to the EP45-UD3R based machine on SATA0 it booted into OSX first time :D I then switched from ATY_init to strings in my com.apple.Boot.plist in /Extra to keep the main install vanilla. Sweet!

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I'm running 10.5.7 also with the 4870 graphics card. Couple of points:

1, the 4870 is supported natively at 10.5.7 but not earlier releases
2, you'll still need to use either strings in com.apple.Boot.plist or an injector even at 10.5.7

Those instructions you link to don't really count if you're doing a brand new retail install. You won't have natit present and you shouldn't just delete existing Apple ATI kexts. What you should do right now is:

1, get hold of Netkas' ATY_init and put it on a thumbdrive
2, boot into single user mode (so just the command line)
3, set the filesystem so that you can make changes
4, cp -R ATY_init from a thumbdrive into /S/L/E
5, make sure it is owned root:wheel and has the correct permissions (755)

It is much easier if you already have an existing Intel Mac or Hack. I created my current install from a MacBook with a USB connected HDD. Installed retail to the external drive, applied the combo 10.5.7 update and then added chameleon and ATY_init. Then transferring it to the EP45-UD3R based machine on SATA0 it booted into OSX first time :) I then switched from ATY_init to strings in my com.apple.Boot.plist in /Extra to keep the main install vanilla. Sweet!

Yeah, I think I'm getting ahold of the procedure now. This was my first install where I updated directly to 10.5.7.

What I ended up doing was taking my drive to work with me (the whole reason my separate OS X hard drive is in an external enclosure with eSATA and FW!) and booted up my G5 off the drive. Since I could get to the desktop there, I just installed the Radeon drivers pkg, brought it home and it started right up. And I didn't end up following all of those other instructions, so I haven't deleted anything from my S/L/E folder at all. Still, it isn't a completely untouched Vanilla install, I guess, but I'm still trying to get a handle on the com.apple.Boot.plist strings part.

Sorry to derail your thread with all this, but I did use your instructions and most of the kexts in your pack for this particular install. So thanks.

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It seems that when I boot into os x. I have to unplug and reinsert my mouse for it to work.
I'll do more research but I haven't found anything yet.

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Hi guys

I couldn't get my onboard LAN to give me any more than half duplex, and I want gigabit.

So i got a gigabit DGE-530T (88E8001) that needs skgekext to work. I removed the R1000.kext and stuck in the skge. So now the DGE-530T is only at 100mb/s. And no time machine.

Do I have to change my plist?


Not familiar with the skgekext but if TM stopped after you took the R1000.kext out and replaced it with the skgekext then I'm sure that's the culprit. Check to see if whoever created it has an update. I know when I was putting my machines together I wanted to stick with a NIC that was reported to work 100% so I stuck with the Netgear GA311 PCI Gigabit Ethernet card. IF you can't get your new one to work, perhaps you can return it and switch.

edit: Actually not really sure if my card works at gigabit, my house is all cat 5 (not cat 5e) so it's unlikely I could even get there.

The com.apple.Boot.plist did get altered for the Time Machine fix (using our method) with UInstaller. The next question is does the fix created by that support your new NIC. The guy who made that utility weaksauce12 is a very cool dude so just shoot over to his site and ask him, he may have a fix for you.

another edit: can't seem to get the link working here. the site is (all one word, separated here to get the damn url to show up) pc wiz computer . com

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Hi,
I'm having trouble getting any HD's connected to the 2 purple SATA connections on the mobo
to mount. I there some trick getting these ports to work?? I checked in the BIOS and saw
nothing pertaining to them.

Thanks,
jb

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Hi,
I'm having trouble getting any HD's connected to the 2 purple SATA connections on the mobo
to mount. I there some trick getting these ports to work?? I checked in the BIOS and saw
nothing pertaining to them.

Thanks,
jb


In the How To for our mobo we specifically say do NOT use the purple SATA connections only the Yellow ones. To my knowledge, no one has them working.

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Hi there,

I just tried this method with a clean install using a retail 10.5 disk after I broke my old system upgrading to 10.5.7. Anyway, I decided to wipe the slate clean and try again from scratch.

Followed all the instructions to the letter up to where it says to download all software updates, which I couldn't do because it seems my internet connection isn't yet working, so I skipped this part and went straight onto the Chameleon stuff, which I assumed would fix this.

Followed the instructions for modifying the com.apple.boot.plist in the /Library/Extensions/SystemConfiguration folder, and added all the necessary kexts to my /Extra/Extensions folder. Finally I ran UInstaller to add EFI strings for time machine fix and for my gfx card (8400GS 512mb)

Upon rebooting I get the lovely new Chameleon loadscreen from which I selected my boot drive, but after booting back into OSX I noticed the screen resolution hadn't changed. Also, still no sound or network. So I went looking around in the /Extra folder and noticed there was also a com.apple.boot.plist file in there. Thinking I may have misunderstood the instructions, I went to modify that file and add the necessary strings, but when it came to saving the file I was told I didn't have the necessary permissions to do so. So I used GetInfo to modify the priveleges on the folder but still I couldn't alter the file. Finally, I enabled the root account and opened terminal to try to chmod the folder to grant permission from there, but I suck in Terminal and the mode I chose (chmod -R a+rw /Extra) had no effect either. [Edit: finally got permission to write to this file using a+rwx, but all I managed to accomplish by modifying it was to set the timeout - still no gfx, sound or network!!!]

I can't think where I might have gone wrong as the first time I ever installed OSX on my machine I had no problems. This time around I can't get anything to work properly at all. If anyone can offer me any advice I'd be extremly grateful.

Thanks!

Edit: I finally figured out how to modify the com.apple.Boot.plist in the /Extra folder, and I also managed to get my video card working properly, but still no sound or ethernet. Anyone got any ideas?

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Wow, everyone's happy with their setups?

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Edit: I finally figured out how to modify the com.apple.Boot.plist in the /Extra folder, and I also managed to get my video card working properly, but still no sound or ethernet. Anyone got any ideas?


First keep in mind when editing the com.apple.Boot.plist in the /Extra folder it is best to copy it to the desktop (the file I mean) and then edit it from there. Although the best bet is to make a second copy (one original and one edited). Then once done, drag and drop the edited copy back to the /Extra folder (it will then ask you to "Authenticate" which just means you'll need to enter your system password). Which I thought I put in the How To, but I'll check it out and see if I can make that more clear.

As far as your ethernet and sound issues, are you using onboard lan or did you install a NIC card and if so which one? For the sound, there are four different options that Eliade has included in his pack, which one are you using?

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Wow, everyone's happy with their setups?


Not for me anyway after following this tutorial when OSX starts I have no mouse until I unplug and replug my USB mouse for it to work.
Also when OSX starts sometimes Airport won't turn on.
I've seached but found nothing on these issues yet.

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First keep in mind when editing the com.apple.Boot.plist in the /Extra folder it is best to copy it to the desktop (the file I mean) and then edit it from there. Although the best bet is to make a second copy (one original and one edited). Then once done, drag and drop the edited copy back to the /Extra folder (it will then ask you to "Authenticate" which just means you'll need to enter your system password). Which I thought I put in the How To, but I'll check it out and see if I can make that more clear.

As far as your ethernet and sound issues, are you using onboard lan or did you install a NIC card and if so which one? For the sound, there are four different options that Eliade has included in his pack, which one are you using?



Hi there, and thanks for your reply. Yes, first time around I was an idiot and misread your instructions, and copied to modded com.apple.Boot.plist that belonged in /Extra to /L/E/SC. Doh!

For onboard sound I'm using the blue kexts which it seems to recommend as the defaults. I'm also using the onboard ethernet, which I have heard is unstable, but this is not the first time I've installed OSX on this system. The first time around I used the Blog of Auzigog method, which worked 100% problem free. I didn't have the same success with this method the 2nd time around so I reinstalled again following the advice in this thread. Having wiped my harddrive one more time I can't go back and check, but it occurred to me that I may have forgotten to go to System Preferences/Sound and make sure I had the correct output selected, so I can't say with certainty now whether or not sound was working for me - I will try another install tonight and report back on my findings.

The thing that's really puzzling me is the network issue. I don't understand how I can follow the identical steps I took in the past and yet experience different results. I guess I'll just have to bite the bullet and buy a 3rd party NIC.

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I can't get the 10.5.6 retail to boot. It gives me these errors:
BSD root: disk2s3, major 14, minor 12
Syncing disks... Killing all processes
continuing
done
Mach reboot

I've tried with -x and have the same problem. Anyone have any ideas on what I can do?

EDIT: NVM that top part, was faulty dvd.

Now have it up and running with iPC. What are the advantages of running retail over other distros?

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The thing that's really puzzling me is the network issue. I don't understand how I can follow the identical steps I took in the past and yet experience different results. I guess I'll just have to bite the bullet and buy a 3rd party NIC.


Some folks need to install the Realtek.kext, did you? (Use the one from the Psystar site)

I have a GA-EP45C-UD3R and Ethernet works out of the box.

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I just upgraded from 10.5.6 to 10.5.7 and I have everything working except for sound. System Preferences says "no output devices found" and the slider doesn't move. I copied the blue audio ktexts to /Extra/Extensions.

Before this I didn't have anything in /Extra/Extensions, my ktexts were in the system area. I was also using the boot loader from here: http://www.insanelym...showtopic=86167, but I just changed to using chameleon thinking I needed that in order to get /Extra working.

I have /Extra/com.apple.Boot.plist looking like this:
</string>
<key>Timeout</key>
<string>5</string>
<key>-f</key>
<string></string>
</dict>
</plist>
(end of file)

Any idea of what I am missing here?

Thanks!

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First of all, thanks to everyone for their input here, and especially to Eliade, gmacman, and bigpoppa206. I now have a nearly perfect UD3R-based retail install (in fact, I'm posting this from it! 8-), except that I do not have any actual sound output.

Thus the question, to wipe or not to wipe (and try again from scratch)?

First, a little background. I had been happily attempting installs and wiping, several times over the last couple days, slowly building my understanding of hackintoshes and everything that goes into them. My latest attempt started with another guide that recommended a separate partition for Chameleon, using Chameleon 2 RC2, and then I found this guide. So I have what is essentially a system following this guide, except for the separate partition and the RC2.

I have tried each 'color' of sound kexts, none of which worked for me, and I'm back on the blues. I have internal speakers, headphones, line out and line out devices listed in System Preferences - Sound - Output, they are not muted, and the volume slider is up. I have plugged into the rear, light green output on the MB with two sets of headphones, and tried all of the outputs with one set of headphones and never heard anything.

Am I missing anything? Has anyone else experienced this? Is there a known issue with RC2? Should the same kexts work with RC2? (Sorry if that's a dumb question, I'm new to hackintoshes.)

I would have simply wiped and tried again, more strictly following this guide, but this install is so close to 'perfect', and I wouldn't want to go 'backwards' to RC1 if I didn't have to. Please advise. Thanks!!

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...except that I do not have any actual sound output.


If I remember correctly, the answer was posted in this forum. You need to read all the messages as the search function is kaput, but its there. Also, the last couple of pages of the old forum deal with this too.

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If I remember correctly, the answer was posted in this forum. You need to read all the messages as the search function is kaput, but its there. Also, the last couple of pages of the old forum deal with this too.


Wow, thanks! I didn't find the answer rereading this forum, but did find it in the old forum. I cannot believe it was so simple. For anybody else having the 'no actual sound' problem, set System Preferences - Sound - Output to Internal Speakers (even though you likely don't have any! ;-) and see if that does it for you too. Good luck!

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First, thanks very much to all of the contributors who have made such a great summary thread, and such a great prior thread as well. You guys rock.

I set up my system back in January with a retail Leopard install using grub-dfe and UInstaller, which seemed to be the recommended method at the time. Here's what my system consists of:

* GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3R Motherboard
* Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz Processor
* ZALMAN 9500A 92mm 2 Ball CPU Cooler
* 8GB DDR2 800 Memory (2 kits, 4 DIMMs)
* XFX PVT98GYDLU GeForce 9800 GT 512MB Video Card
* Western Digital 640GB 7200 RPM 16MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive
* Antec Solo Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Case
* OCZ GameXStream 700W Power Supply
* ASUS Black SATA 20X DVD±R DVD Burner with LightScribe
* Mac Box Set Family Pack
It was fairly painless to get things set up, and I have had many trouble-free system updates since then. I guess I got complacent... Back in June, I accepted what turned out to be 10.5.7, and lost my sound like many others here. [I have no devices listed at all for input or output.] But b/c I was using the older install mechanism that predated the /Extras externalization of custom kexts, I wasn't able to follow the instructions for fixing the issue. I have considered wiping the drive and doing a clean install using the newer set now described in this thread, but the truth is I have a lot invested in the iTunes, iPhoto and iMovie libraries, and am not sure I want to start all over, at least until Snow Leopard comes out.

I tried several mechanisms to update to the sound drivers in the May 20th 10.5.7 pack, including kext helper b7 (since my custom kexts are already in S/L/E anyway) and although they seem to be installed, I still have no devices listed in my sound preferences. I'm looking for some suggestions on how to debug this short of wiping and starting over. Here's what's newest in my S/L/E directory:
bash-3.2# pwd/System/Library/Extensionsbash-3.2# ls -lt | head -20total 0drwxr-xr-x  3 root  wheel  102 Aug  3 20:31 Cachesdrwxr-xr-x@ 3 root  wheel  102 Aug  3 20:31 HDAEnabler.kextdrwxr-xr-x@ 3 root  wheel  102 Aug  3 20:31 LegacyHDAController.kextdrwxr-xr-x@ 3 root  wheel  102 Aug  3 20:31 LegacyHDAPlatformDriver.kextdrwxr-xr-x@ 3 root  wheel  102 Jul 10 11:32 UUID.kextdrwxr-xr-x@ 3 root  wheel  102 Jul 10 11:32 LegacyIOAHCIBlockStorage.kextdrwxr-xr-x@ 3 root  wheel  102 Jul 10 11:32 AppleUSBEHCI.kextdrwxr-xr-x@ 3 root  wheel  102 Jul 10 11:32 Disabler.kextdrwxr-xr-x@ 3 root  wheel  102 Jul 10 11:32 dsmos.kextdrwxr-xr-x@ 3 root  wheel  102 Jul 10 11:03 OpenHaltRestart.kextdrwxr-xr-x@ 3 root  wheel  102 Jul 10 11:03 RealtekR1000.kextdrwxr-xr-x  5 root  wheel  170 Jun  5 10:17 System.kextdrwxr-xr-x  4 root  wheel  136 Jun  5 10:17 IPFirewall.kextdrwxr-xr-x  5 root  wheel  170 Jun  5 10:17 IONDRVSupport.kextdrwxr-xr-x  5 root  wheel  170 Jun  5 10:17 IOPCIFamily.kextdrwxr-xr-x  5 root  wheel  170 Jun  5 10:17 IOGraphicsFamily.kextdrwxr-xr-x  5 root  wheel  170 Jun  5 10:17 AppleIntelGMAX3100FB.kextdrwxr-xr-x  5 root  wheel  170 Jun  5 10:17 AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer.kextdrwxr-xr-x  3 root  wheel  102 May 28 21:33 AppleUSBEthernetHost.kextbash-3.2#

Here's what kextstat reports:
bash-3.2# kextstatIndex Refs Address    Size       Wired      Name (Version) <Linked Against>    1    1 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kernel (9.7.0)    2   42 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kpi.bsd (9.7.0)    3    3 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kpi.dsep (9.7.0)    4   58 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kpi.iokit (9.7.0)    5   60 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kpi.libkern (9.7.0)    6   52 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kpi.mach (9.7.0)    7   28 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kpi.unsupported (9.7.0)    8    1 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.iokit.IONVRAMFamily (9.7.0)    9    1 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.driver.AppleNMI (9.7.0)   10    1 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.iokit.IOSystemManagementFamily (9.7.0)   11    1 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.iokit.ApplePlatformFamily (9.7.0)   12   17 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kernel.6.0 (7.9.9)   13    1 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kernel.bsd (7.9.9)   14    1 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kernel.iokit (7.9.9)   15    1 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kernel.libkern (7.9.9)   16    1 0x0        0x0        0x0        com.apple.kernel.mach (7.9.9)   17   15 0x79574000 0x11000    0x10000    com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily (2.6) <7 6 5 4>   18    7 0x7958b000 0x4000     0x3000     com.apple.iokit.IOACPIFamily (1.2.0) <12>   19    2 0x795db000 0x3d000    0x3c000    com.apple.driver.AppleACPIPlatform (1.2.1) <18 17 12 7 5 4>   20    0 0x79625000 0x3000     0x2000     com.superhai.driver.SMBIOSResolver (1.0.7) <12>   22    0 0x7963e000 0x2000     0x1000     com.psystar.driver.OpenHaltRestart (1.0.3) <12>   23    0 0x7966d000 0x2000     0x1000     net.osrom.kext.Disabler (1.0.1) <12>   25    0 0x796b3000 0x5000     0x4000     com.apple.BootCache (30.4) <7 6 5 4 2>   26    0 0x796c5000 0x2000     0x1000     com.apple.dsmos (1.0.0d1) <7 5 4 2>   27    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Any suggestions or debugging tips would be gratefully appreciated. Thanks again.
--Joe

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Thanks to everyone in this forum for all their hard work and sharing their findings. It's much appreciated.
I've had my system working well for about a year now, and it's been running great so far.
I just updated and started the reinstall with the new Chameleon V2.0 RC2 and everything seems to be just working like butter now.

There is however one thing that I still haven't figured out.
When I resume from sleep, my display is always squashed half the size horizontally (left side of the screen). I have an ASUS Geforce 7600GS 256MB Video Card, and my suspicion is, that it has something to do with this card specifically.

If anyone knows about this problem, or can point me in the right direction, that would be very helpful.

I've searched and searched and searched some more, but have yet to find anything about this.....I attached a quick pic just in case I wasn't clear as to the symptoms.


JPTSetMe -> Have you set the -f flag in the com.apple.Boot.plist in the /Extra folder. I missed that the first time around and everything worked for me except the sound. I just re-installed everything and everything except my resume (and front mic probably) is working great now, including the firewire which was iffy with RC1.





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