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Chameleon 2 RC3 pkg installer with deep sleep fix. by dadaz


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Found this today in my ongoing search to get snow working, and thought I should share it.

Installed with Custom options of "Chameleon EFI HFS and no Extras (kexts).

http://ipis-osx.wiki.../forum/t-180991

made by a "dadaz"

First upload was still rc2 so i removed it from post, added rc3

and to ale§, doesn't PC EFI V10.4 need chameleon rc3 installed first?

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thanks! will give it a try!

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This had already been included into netkas pcefi 10.4, but anyway, thanks.

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Does this also work with Leopard?

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http://www.insanelym...howtopic=184766

go there instead if you have any issues, has a different rc3 package

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Proud you have posted it here.

I only build the package which work for Leo and Snow, just don't install Kexts.

The hack comes from stig_dk. I found it on the voodoo team forum (and MSIWind forum).

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I couldn't get it to work... Did you add forcewake in the boot.plist or did you use ForceWake=yes during boot option?

The computer goes into deep sleep, but it won't wake up correctly... meaning that it just boots regularly instead of starting where it was left off..

Thanks!

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I have forcewake in the boot.plist. You should remove the sleepimage file in /var/vm and reboot to try.

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Thank you

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I went from RC1 to RC2 to BootThink and back to RC2. No sleep with any Chameleon prior to this. BootThink has a little problem with Windows where it treats Windows as an MBR partition. My Windows is on GUID. To make a long story short, this version works with deep sleep and wakeup is fine also.
Many thanks.





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