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Hi,

i try to generate an ssdt for my i5-2500K with the above script (V6.1). I tried several older versions before, too but all lead me to the same error:

./ssdtPRGen.sh: line 1938: 77257 Segmentation fault: 11 "$iasl" $gSsdtPR

The script is run as follows:

./ssdtPRGen.sh 'i5-2500K' 3800 95

Nevertheless ANY version creates a "SSDT_PR.dsl" on my desktop, but neither of them work -.-

Now the question: is the segmentation fault an error that has to be fixed (and when how???), or is this "normal", and something else is preventing my Speedstep??

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Hi,

i try to generate an ssdt for my i5-2500K with the above script (V6.1). I tried several older versions before, too but all lead me to the same error:

./ssdtPRGen.sh: line 1938: 77257 Segmentation fault: 11 "$iasl" $gSsdtPR

The script is run as follows:

./ssdtPRGen.sh 'i5-2500K' 3800 95

Nevertheless ANY version creates a "SSDT_PR.dsl" on my desktop, but neither of them work -.-

Now the question: is the segmentation fault an error that has to be fixed (and when how???), or is this "normal", and something else is preventing my Speedstep??

Goron


What version of OS X are you running the script?

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Several: Sys in Sig with 10.7.5, another Asus build with 10.7.5, Gigabyte Build with 10.7 and 10.7.4, always same "error" ????

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Several: Sys in Sig with 10.7.5, another Asus build with 10.7.5, Gigabyte Build with 10.7 and 10.7.4, always same "error" ????


The reason I ask is that I found recent builds of iasl are broken for Lion and SL. It has something to do with being built with very recent versions of xcode command line tools. I built one using recent sources with older xcode tools. We needed it for the latest version of the ProBook Installer which does automatic SSDT generation and DSDT patching as part of the post install process.

You can find it attached to the following post on tmx: http://www.tonymacx8...html#post582017

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Thx for that! Replaced it with your link and:


Intel ACPI Component Architecture
ASL Optimizing Compiler version 20130328-64 [Apr 4 2013]
Copyright © 2000 - 2013 Intel Corporation

ASL Input: /Users/maxheadroom/Desktop/ssdt_pr.dsl - 143 lines, 4496 bytes, 23 keywords
AML Output: /Users/maxheadroom/Desktop/ssdt_pr.aml - 981 bytes, 10 named objects, 13 executable opcodes

Compilation complete. 0 Errors, 0 Warnings, 0 Remarks, 0 Optimizations

Do you want to copy /Users/maxheadroom/Desktop/ssdt_pr.aml to /Extra/ssdt.aml? (y/n)?

Will try, when i get home ...

Cheers

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Ok, i think it´s time to give up :(

No smbios (iMac, MacMini, MacPro, MacBook), no BIOS setting (can adjust in OS/per Core can NOT adjust in OS), and NO ssdt (compiled via script, self written) results in more than two P-states: 1600 and 3800 ... highest and lowest :(

org.chameleon.....plist tested with Generate P+C states = Yes and NO, drop ssdt = Yes and NO ...

Goron





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