macgirl, on 22 April 2013 - 02:55 AM, said:
Thanks a lot, where do you put the extensions? If I compare to the first post only FakeSMC goes to /Extra/Extensions
As theconnactic has already mentioned, ever since the OS X 10.7
, the /Extra/Extensions
directory along with the Extensions.mkext
itself is now completely obsolete and unnecessary.
kexts are now to be installed into the /System/Library/Extensions
directory as the kernelcache
could only by generated from there and nowhere else.
macgirl, on 22 April 2013 - 03:54 AM, said:
Ohhhh, thanks again.
No, the kernel I am using is the Vanilla one from 10.8.3
So you dont need to replace IOUSBFamily.Kext and IOBluetothFamily.kext ?
To the best of my knowledge, in our systems the regression of the USB and the Bluetooth kexts is unnecessary as they are all "vanilla" under the 10.7.x - 10.8.x
theconnactic, on 22 April 2013 - 03:42 AM, said:
In Mountain Lion, unlike anterior iterations, these kexts should be installed at /S/L/E.
Good to know you decided to give ML a go on your system. Are you using the patched 10.8.x kernel from AnV?
All the best!
The Dell XPS M1530 and M1330 requires no kernel patching, the native kernel retains full compatibility with our rigs.