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10.8.2 Beta > a Strange ? Update for hackint0sh machines


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Hi, I can't seem to boot properly too... I am only booting in Safe mode :( Here is my DarwinDumper file, I hope you can help :(
Welcome to DarwinDumper, now dumping…
Dumping System Profiler and Kernel Info...
PROGRESS:5
PROGRESS:10
Dumping bootloader log...
PROGRESS:20
PROGRESS:30
Dumping SMC keys...
PROGRESS:40
Dumping DMI table...
PROGRESS:50
Dumping device-properties...
PROGRESS:60
Dumping ACPI tables to AML & DSL formats...
Found ACPI table: RSDT
Found ACPI table: SSDT-2
Found ACPI table: SSDT-1
Found ACPI table: SSDT
Found ACPI table: BOOT
Found ACPI table: HPET
Found ACPI table: APIC
Found ACPI table: MCFG
Found ACPI table: FACP
Found ACPI table: DSDT
Found ACPI table: FACS
Found ACPI table: SLIC
PROGRESS:85
Dumping Kernel boot messages and PCI Infos
PROGRESS:88
PROGRESS:90
PROGRESS:94
Dump boot sectors for all disks
Dumping boot sector for /dev/disk0
Dumping boot sector for /dev/disk1
PROGRESS:96
All jobs done.
PROGRESS:100
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I have a configuration installed Mac Pro 3.1 mounted on Asrock X58 Extreme motherboard. The 10.8.2 update gave an error "waitforsystemmapper". Overcome reinstalling acpirollbackrev4 and Apple HDA with DSDT.
Thanks and sorry for my English.

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It went well for me, except as always I have to fix Audio by roll back the "AppleHDA" kext. But I did not notice any change the upgrade does.

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At first, one who experiences problem booting into 10.8.2 should try to disable VT-d, if it's enabled in BIOS.

first we need to identify what changed in the appleacpi binary then see if that can be ported somehow to chameleon acpi patching ?

The problem doesn't come from AppleACPIPlatform directly. It's related to VT-d code in IOPCIFamily that Apple had added. Here's some info.


You can try to boot with :
-v keepsyms=y
Gives more detailed KP.

or another solution:

-v io=0xffffffff

I vote for keepsyms=y. io=0xffffffff will flood with tech info from time to time, all over graphics mode, while keepsyms will do it's work only on KP (providing you with symbols in addition to addresses).





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