trying tonight.. if you really did it you are simply the best! thank you!!
ps: where did you find the solution?
I noticed something about kexd not being able to write to root in the system log. Using Terminal ls -lash, I compared root on my eeepc to my desktop hackintosh. I noticed the owner:group was different for .. and so I changed it. I tried rebooting and it took like 2 minutes at "Waiting for DSMOS..."; so I was thinking "Great! I made it WORSE!!", but then on the next boot it just totally skipped over that part and was wicked fast. I tested this on a clean build; and found the same thing. This is after about 20 hours of just testing all kinds of kext combinations; so I was a bit surprised it was just a permissions issue (hits head on wall). I told you it was something simple ;-)
pps: you installed SL on the stock SSD card right? the second one which is 8GB? or you did swap it with a faster Runcore or supertalent one? because I have always known the second SSD is much slower than the first but if you get those timings it is perfect!!
Unfortunately I don't have the internal 8GB installed right now. I have a Super Talent 32. Looking at the tests here: jkkmobile speed tests
, the regular 8GB doesn't seem too horrible. Depending on the model you end up with, it looks like around average 10MB writes and 20MB reads. Since we do a lot more reading than writing; that should be usable. Obviously it's insanely fast on mine; but it's kind of overkill....to be honest. I was just lucky to be able to trade someone for this 32GB SSD. Can someone report on their boot time using the ASUS 8GB SSD? I'm betting around 40 seconds or so.
ppps: yes exactly the link was from infinitemac, you could just post the content and write the link to the site, I have seen that stuff in many places
Great; I'll add the link to the DSDT section of the [GUIDE]
For the others that tried hybrid solutions; the only thing that worked was to start over using my guide steps exactly. So that's my only recommendation. If you have a spare USB hard drive or 8GB or greater USB thumb drive; you can test everything without wiping out what you already have on your machine.
Sorry I don't have a simpler idea. If I think of anything else to try; I'll let you know.