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i have one question. etqw and call of duty 4 1.7 single player cracked work on amd machine?

on all voodoo kernel i don't have working crack for call of duty 4 for single player((

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Quick question...I am using xnu 9.6.0 and OS X 10.5.7
I am upgrading the OS X to 10.5.8 and installing the xnu 9.8.0
on an Intel P4 w/HT. What System.kext and Seatbelt.kext do I need?

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Thanks Maya 77!

Im on a AMD with Nvdia MP65 Chipset - OSX 10.5.8.
Almost everything is working, except sleep (never worked) and USB 2.0 (it was working with voodoo kernel 9.5.0)
But im very satisfied with this kernel, it made my system to work realy fast and stable!
I'm still testing it, and i can tell you there's no more "kernel_Task" consuming my CPU.

Quick question...I am using xnu 9.6.0 and OS X 10.5.7
I am upgrading the OS X to 10.5.8 and installing the xnu 9.8.0
on an Intel P4 w/HT. What System.kext and Seatbelt.kext do I need?


I was seaching for those files and i found one on this topic

http://www.insanelym...howtopic=148566

this solved my problem mounting DMG files, but i'm still searching for a System.kext to make my USB to work properly.
If someone find a solution let us all to know.

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Good kernel except I'm getting kernel panics on my AMD when trying to run VMWARE. . .

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Newbie question. I've googled, searched the forum, but can't figure it out. How does one upgrade the kernel from 9.7.0 to 9.8.0 v2? The documentation PDF reads "The best way to install the Voodoo kernel is to run the included installer package." - but there isn't an installer package in the download.

There are manual instructions, but a host of problems noted with them so I'd much rather use the other way which fixes all of those.

Thanks.

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snokarver, install the Kernel with pcwiz osxtools. 

http://code.google.com/p/osx86tools/

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Thanks. I tried osx86tools multiple times. It makes a backup of the kernel, but after reboot I go back to check and see which one it's using, it's still using 9.7.0.

Then I realized the iATKOS boot plist defines the kernel as "custom" - I renamed that to mach_kernel and now it work. Thanks again!

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No need to delete Dropbox. Go in to

/Applications/Dropbox/Contents/Resources/

and delete the file FinderLoadCM. If you can't do this on startup because Dropbox starts up before you can delete the file, you will have to delete it in single user mode (-s boot flag).



Thanks a lot boba899, you just saved my day...

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Qoopz 9.8.0 get's crashing always until dual (only!) cores based AMD mobile processor get's hot enough (on single core ones it isn't happening ever).
maybe, before that happened it seems like frequency is floating and doesn't match sync between cores, so kernel panic on some miss-sync operations. and so we are having different tasks crashing during the boot, but only until that. and so when it get's hot enought it starts working fine for a while (during one session), and even after that it's fine to reboot and nothing will crash anymore.

please confirm anybody having same behavior.

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Thanks a lot boba899, you just saved my day...

I think this fix is working for me too ... thanks! How the heck did you figure that out?

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9.8.0 v2 kernel by Qoopz - based on Voodoo - for Intel/AMD/i7.

Download:
http://rapidshare.co....XNU.980.v2.zip



Such a very amazing link!
Thanks you for the post.

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snokarver, install the Kernel with pcwiz osxtools.

http://code.google.com/p/osx86tools/



how to install with this program? several options

1 backup 2 restore from 3 (have to look later; at work)



I used the other method to copy and rename then edit ///Boot.plist and when installing pkg's or dmg's Kernel Panic's.

Using the method in the PDF, causes kernel panics when updating. Cannot change name to specified: mach_kernel_voodoo2 or .voodoo2, with a symlink: ln -s "no go at this station"

better to have the fix proper and use the name given: mach_kernel

switched back to 9.5, also the same problem when I tried to update to 10.5.8

thanks

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i have installed this kernel on an iAtkos install, running on 10.5.8 on an medion MD8800.
All running fine except sleep is nor working anymore.
It goes in some kind of sleep..processor sleeps, fans still running. If you try to wake up it won't work
and you have to restart.
Anyway other than that it's fine.

Any idias on the sleep issue

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9.8.0 v2 kernel by Qoopz - based on Voodoo - for Intel/AMD/i7.

Download:
http://rapidshare.co....XNU.980.v2.zip



this kernel works for me :( though i have an issue with this. i CAN NOT boot without cpus=1 and busratio=20 :P and hence only one core of my system is running :wacko: any solution for it? if i skip cpus=1 i get a panic saying something like
"(CPU 7 Caller) Local Epic Error: ESR......... loapic.c " -_-

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Im using this kernel 9.8 for my iDeneb 10.5.8, working without any issues and thanx a lot for sharing!!!

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great!! that's what I want!!

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how to patch this kernel? :)

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It works great!!

My CPU is Pentium 4 3.0GHz with HT enabled.

To lnerrrka:

Manually installing a kernel
You can manually install install a kernel by following the instructions below. In order for the system to work properly you will need to have a kernel & system.kext with matching versions. Hopefully you already know which kernel version you have downloaded and generally these packages include a matching system.kext. If you would like to
1. Make a backup copy of your existing kernel and name it mach_kernel.backup
cp -r /mach_kernel /mach_kernel.backup

</div>2. Copy the new kernel from your USB thumb drive to the root directory
cp -r /Volumes/usbdrive/mach_kernel /mach_kernel
3. Correct ownership for all kernels
chown root:wheel /mach_kernel*
4. Correct permissions for all kernels

chmod 644 /mach_kernel*

From here: http://www.insanelym...hp/t149406.html

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I said it worked great yesterday, but then I encounter a problem.

I installed stock System.kext for 9.8.0 , when I rebooted, I got a kernel panic with this message "Unable to find driver for this platform: ACPI"

I read the voodoo documentation, it said it's because I didn't clear the kext caches. Later I cleared the caches, but I still got the same error message.
Then I thought maybe I should install the stock AppleACPIplatform.kext for 9.8.0 too, so I restored the Extensions folder, installed the System.kext and AppleACPIplatform.kext, cleared the caches and rebooted, but I still got the same error.

Can anyone running 10.5.8 with Qoopz 9.8.0 v2 kernel upload your System.kext and AppleACPIplatform.kext? or any other ideas?

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Hi, my problem is solved.

The reason I wanted to install the new System.kext is because I read somewhere that this could fix the problem of not detecting USB hardwares.

But then I deleted AppleHPET.kext and everything worked perfectly.

Hope this would help someone with the same problem.





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