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I GOT IT !!!!!!!!!!!

ARCH=x86_64 BOOTS!!!!!!!!!!

hint, it wasn't a KEXT problem :D

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I GOT IT !!!!!!!!!!!

ARCH=x86_64 BOOTS!!!!!!!!!!

hint, it wasn't a KEXT problem :D


Congrats Sinetek! Please elaborate :)

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I GOT IT !!!!!!!!!!!

ARCH=x86_64 BOOTS!!!!!!!!!!

hint, it wasn't a KEXT problem :D


Awesome work mate. New kernel to test soon?

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I GOT IT !!!!!!!!!!!

ARCH=x86_64 BOOTS!!!!!!!!!!

hint, it wasn't a KEXT problem :D


awesome man ,,is same last kernel ?

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So guys, after so many breakdowns that I had in the last few days with my hardware. two hard drives shot! now I have Lion 10.7.2 installed. and will by and by multiple partitions with various versions of OS X install for testing.

the subsequent test are with sinetek lion 10.7 kernel and last sinetek patch file:

first test with boot flag: fips_mode=0 cpus=6 npci=0x3000 maxmem=4096 -enable_ssse3emu darkwake=0 pmVersion=0 -s

it stops at:

http://www.imgbox.de.../P6IfaxqV4z.jpg
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the second test with boot flag: fips_mode=0 -enable_ssse3emu usekernelcache=No -v -f

it stops at:

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http://www.imgbox.de.../0EwcD7Tzs1.jpg


the third test with the last kernel for Snow Leopard to Lion 10.7.2, the system goes into an endless loop.

Hi sinetek, Hi theconnatic, when can we expect a new Test-kernel for Lion or Mountain Lion ?

Edited by spakk, 20 December 2012 - 07:46 PM.


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it hangs on USBF; 6.669 AppleUSBOHCI

but no kernel panic, I can write with the keys

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The stupid thing is there gives no message: waiting for root device
The keyboard is fully functional, which means I can still write with the keyboard

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it hangs on USBF; 6.669 AppleUSBOHCI

but no kernel panic, I can write with the keys


Remove all USB devices and try to boot?

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Remove all USB devices and try to boot?


Just for your information, I boot from an external USB hard drive.
I made the following adjustments:
The IOUSBFamily.Kext under /Plugins/ I removed the AppleUSBOHCI.kext and then booted the system:

BSD root: disk0s3, major 14, minor 3
jnl; unknown-dev: journal start / end pointers reset! (jnl 0x151e3e60, s e 0x4c0e00 0x4c0e00)

there gives no message: waiting for root device and the keyboard is fully functional

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I have a problem with the dyld thing. AnV kernel with custom dyld boots fine, but Sinetek's kernel gives weird error and reboot.
I'll upload a video to show it.

EDIT: heres a video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVDKlp04OSI



Hmm, it might be the HDD. Try to boot with -x or something.
Actually, I had that same error today, but I rebooted and it was gone.



on Lion 10.7.3 with ANV_kernel Patch + dyld + corocrypto.kext +TSCSyncAMD.kext+ I get Kernel Panic

I have used almost boot flag variants with sinetek_kernel and ANV_kernel.
I think it's the kernel. The last kernel of Sinetek has yet gone best see above
I need to install on the other partition Mountain Lion 10.8.2 then I'll try ANV_kernel.

PS: a nice video!

Edited by spakk, 21 December 2012 - 10:48 AM.


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on Lion 10.7.3 with ANV_kernel Patch + dyld + corocrypto.kext +TSCSyncAMD.kext+ I get Kernel Panic

I have used almost boot flag variants with sinetek_kernel and ANV_kernel.
I think it's the kernel. The last kernel of Sinetek has yet gone best see above
I need to install on the other partition Mountain Lion 10.8.2 then I'll try ANV_kernel.

PS: a nice video!


The Sinetek's latest kernel is for 10.6.8 SL. We have some successful boots with Phenom IIs here...
But I think it's the dyld. Nawcom's legacykernel without custom dyld gives same error as the Sinetek, only AnV kernel with custom dyld boots.

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The Sinetek's latest kernel is for 10.6.8 SL. We have some successful boots with Phenom IIs here...
But I think it's the dyld. Nawcom's legacykernel without custom dyld gives same error as the Sinetek, only AnV kernel with custom dyld boots.


I mean the last Sinetek Lion kernel with patch, I test not Snow Leopard.

I need help troubleshooting the problem with the AppleUSBOHCI to circumvent.

Edited by spakk, 21 December 2012 - 12:49 PM.


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I mean the last Sinetek Lion kernel with patch, I test not Snow Leopard.

I need help troubleshooting the problem with the AppleUSBOHCI to circumvent.


Sinetek made a Lion patch?!? :D

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here my last Test with Sinetek Lion Kernel!!

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Sinetek made a Lion patch?!? :D


It's great to know that sinetek works one patch programmed to work around the problem. But You let me long testing, Deltac0 Posted Image

PS: the boot without maxmem =4096 - > the System resets and boot again.

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Hi,

there has been an unprecedented demand for the patchset, so here it is,
http://www.sendspace.com/file/8x74vl

There are some parts missing, but the important bits for x86_64 should be in there.
Additionally, you will need to apply the patches for CPUID patching otherwise the famous hang after "Kernel is LP64" occurs.
More to come.

-- Sinetek

I knew I forgot something, here are the sources to the opcode emulator.
It might require more work...

http://www.sendspace.com/file/p5fz8o

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@Sinetek, Any update for Athlon users?

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I can boot LION 10.7.5 only with boot flag: sinetek -enable_ssse3emu cpus=1 -force64 maxmem=4096 -v -f
or with: sinetek -s
or with: sinetek cpus=1 arch=x86_64 usekernelcache=no -v -f
then it stops, but no kernel panic at:

BSD root: disk0s3, major 14, minor 3
jnl; unknown-dev: journal start / end pointers reset! (jnl 0x8716e60, s 0x25c800 e 0x25c800)



PS: Lion will not start, it always stops at the same agency. It should be noted that I do not have a kernel panic. The keyboard is fully
functional. This means it is waiting for any instructions, either an error in my settings or a missing driver, etc.

Edited by spakk, 22 December 2012 - 01:16 PM.


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My test kernel: http://www.solidfile...m/d/f481beb48f/

10.7.4 Bronzonka Anv Sinetek patches compiled. x86_64 only.

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Will test in a moment... Any special boot flags?

How positively surprising! It hangs at Kernel is LP64.

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Will test in a moment... Any special boot flags?


No idea, same what you would use with Sinetek SL kernel maybe. It's only x86_64 so arch=x86_64 -v would be a good start. :D
Will probably give instant reboot, get stuck @ kernel is lp64 or something else. It's just compiled from random bits of information and kept together with some black magic.
I'm very surprised it did even compile. :D

Will test in a moment... Any special boot flags?

How positively surprising! It hangs at Kernel is LP64.


Could you come to IRC? We have interesting discussion @ there.

irc.osx86.hu, #LegacyKernel.

:)

But it's cool to see it atleast booted from the bootloader :D


EDIT: Added diff as attachment, I think patch -p0 < test-kernel*.diff would work.

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