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Under Windows with CPU-Z. Under OS X with the command you can see in the video

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What a shame . I have an AMD Phenom II x4 955, F10 model 4. q.q

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it's a sad day. But don't lose hope, this is just the first stepping stone in a great journey for all of us AMD lovers

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Attached File  AMD CPU.PNG   30.11KB   71 downloadsI have two 17" laptops ones a AMD and the other is a I7, just wondering if I can run this...here is my specs from CPU-Z

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If anyone can get their hands on the source, we can possibly look and see if we can expand this kernel to other CPUs. :)

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For me it boots but the stops doing stuff at the line: BSD root: disk2s2, major 14, minor 6
Still running though as I can type stuff on USB keyboard.
I booted with: mach_kernel_amd USBBusFix=Yes -x -v -s and mach_kernel_amd -x -f -s

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For me it boots but the stops doing stuff at the line: BSD root: disk2s2, major 14, minor 6
Still running though as I can type stuff on USB keyboard.
I booted with: mach_kernel_amd USBBusFix=Yes -x -v -s and mach_kernel_amd -x -f -s

you need only -legacy -v

if you got panic like me
they saying we need to install it from snow
as new kernel doesnt support installer now !!

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My Method :
Cloned my Intel Box 10.7.3 with CCC replaced mach_kernel -> Installed Chameleon 1837 on drive with FakeSMC ,NullPower...,EvoReboot,FakeSMC Thermal PLugins, in S/L/E

Bootflags -v -legacy npci=0x2000 maxmem=4096

First Boot Success No finder (offcourse)

Picture -> http://cl.ly/0q3g1E3E0C1d1F3x2u1w

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you need only -legacy -v

if you got panic like me
they saying we need to install it from snow
as new kernel doesnt support installer now !!


So in my case where the modbin_kernel won't get me above 10.6.4 I can't update through SL. Am I screwed?

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So in my case where the modbin_kernel won't get me above 10.6.4 I can't update through SL. Am I screwed?


Use Nawcoms 10.6.8 kernel

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doesn't work with the bulldozer cpu. keeps restarting, I don't think anybody running a new bulldozer chip has gotten anything above 10.6.4 running.

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Also, remember that this is NOT an x86_64 kernel - it is only i386, meaning that the kernel needs to be updated to allow for the -force64 flag. That's why Finder doesn't work.

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Any updates from the russian forum?

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no in process dev wait plz

check this second test kernel

http://www.osx86.net...10.7.3_amd.html

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http://osx86.co/f100...106/page25.html

Here's the source!!! Yaaaay! :D

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yeah good news , bronzovka agreed to share source , have fun DEV , show us what u are able to :wink2:

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Since i'm not a dev how do I use this?

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kind of off topic (and not sure how much I'm allowed to say on these forums) but today there was a 10.7.3 distro. released by a reputable user on a few torrent sites that contains the AMD kernel. Has anybody tested it on an AMD system yet?

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Can anyone tell me how to get this going.....would like to get this installed on my AMD laptop....thanks everyone

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I would personally wait until the kernel is perfected to install Lion. Otherwise you will run into many problems.

See my PM, BTW. ;)





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