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kdetech

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I had made a brainstorm post about this using fake smcBut I now realize the same method works but with dsmos.kext recently released by netkasJust follow this guide for leopard nut instead use dmos for snow

http://www.insanelym...howtopic=113288

Type dsmos snow leopard in google to obtain kext

http://www.insanelym...howtopic=113288

This post links to another post explaining how to include kexts, be sure to read it and add your kext accordingly.

If anyone has the capacity do upload the boot 132 modified iso and I'll edit the post.

I haven't actually tested this but netkas says their new dsmos.kext for snow should work with boot 132 method.

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Not entirely sure what you meant kd?

do you mean that if we use the original grubdfe and just replace the dsmos with the snow version then it should boot?
ive heard snow doesnt like anything but an x64 bootloader.

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