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can´t apply speedstepper correctly via terminal (ver 10.7.3)


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Liktwo

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first of all: the quiz won´t keep me from asking my stupid question haha!

i read the whole speedstepper thread, found the 10.7.3 (beta)release and tried to apply it as descriped in the thread.
i tried it for 1 whole day, always with the same error: "./speedstepper: No such file or directory"
then i spend another day with google to figure it out...with no luck.


i bet it´s just a terribly stupid mistake that i am making in the terminal. ( i am kinda new to this)
here is a pic of the exact commands in my terminal, on the desktop you see the extracted speedstepper_10.7.3_file:
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i hope one of you guys can point me into the right direction. :help:


cheers! (and sorry for my bad english, i am not a native speaker)

edit: my hardware is a p8z68 pro gen3, adata s510 ssd, 8 gb ram, hd4850 gfx, lion 10.7.3 install via #####, #####

Edited by Liktwo, 14 February 2012 - 11:19 PM.


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first of all: the quiz won´t keep me from asking my stupid question haha!


Why should it? It is meant to stop spammers and total n00bs :)

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and i like the idea a lot! :)
it just did not keep me from asking my specific, dumb question. ;)

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instead of "./speedstepper" drag and drop the speedstepper file into the terminal window, OSX will fill in the correct location to the file for you.

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thx for your fast response. turned out that i only had to rename the speed_stepper_lion10.7.3_something-file file to "speedstepper"
(after patching i deletet the nullcpupowermanagement.kext, rebuilt cache and reboot -> kernel panic -> reboot again with graphicsenaber=no ->reboot again with graphicsenabler=yes -> fine :) )





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