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Ja. Write me PM in German if you need help.

 

nett! aber ich bin kein Deutsche sondern kann ein bisschen Deutsch und studiere Informatik in Deutschland. :)



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Keep the chit-chat within the PMs guys.



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I have pushed (an updated) blinkscreen on github.  See: https://github.com/R...S-X-blinkscreen

Thank you RehabMan, i will try to install it as soon i get the time to,

Will report asap



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DP6 is out. Install like the ones before.

 

New AppleHDA.kext.



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DP6 is out. Install like the ones before.

 

New AppleHDA.kext.

It has new ACPM kext too. i replaced the new one in dp6 with the one that was in dp5 and have it working

the old acpm has version 2.1.5 the new one has version 2.1.6



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Has anyone done this and noticed a decent battery life increase?



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DP7 is out. Will report in a few minutes.



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New AppleHDA and AICPM for DP7 are added to ProBook.zip



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New AppleHDA and AICPM for DP7 are added to ProBook.zip

 

Which patches do you use to patch all these files?



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Which patches do you use to patch all these files?

Probably done by hand using the various AICPM patch and applehda patch + manual replacement of *.xml.zlib + manual editing of HDAHardwareConfig.plist, etc.

 

I have my own scripts (as you know), but distributing the patched kexts is against the NDA agreement for DP builds.  I expect that some people here are getting DP builds not from Apple, but from torrents, so they may not have agreed to such an NDA...



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Isn't installing OS X on a non-Apple hardware against Apple EULA in the first place?



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Isn't installing OS X on a non-Apple hardware against Apple EULA in the first place?

Yes, but that you do in relative privacy.  Distributing portions of NDA builds, not so private...



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Which patches do you use to patch all these files?

For Apple HDA I replaced the lib and plist files with the ones out of the old AppleHDA for 10.8.4 and patched the binary using B.C.`s patch-hda.1.1 script. For AppleIntelCPIPowerManagement I used this patch: http://olarila.com/f....php?f=9&t=1003



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For Apple HDA I replaced the lib and plist files with the ones out of the old AppleHDA for 10.8.4 and patched the binary using B.C.`s patch-hda.1.1 script. For AppleIntelCPIPowerManagement I used this patch: http://olarila.com/f....php?f=9&t=1003


Oh, I see. I'm asking because I've implemented a new OS X support options in the last two beta versions of the Installer, which are patch-based (bcc9's AppleHDA patch 2.0 and el coniglio's AICPM patch, improved by RehabMan) and I was wondering if there could be another way. BTW, by removing the old OS X support options from the Installer (pre-patched kexts based), the Installer became arond 6 MB smaller.



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dp8 is out



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Which kexts in particular should I remove, as stated in the 2nd point of the "tutorial" in the first post? My usb key hangs on boot...



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there were no changes except the Audio, so backup audio kext then after reboot, reintall it and you'll be fine. This is for dp8 update from dp7 from my desktop

i am testing now on probook 4530s will report later



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For dp8 You need to replace IO80211 wifi kext, HDA kext with dp7 one.



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For dp8 You need to replace IO80211 wifi kext, HDA kext with dp7 one.

I don't think so.



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I don't think so.

i did that until a new patched files out, but they are the same, no version changes.







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