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Best Answer rlf, 14 September 2013 - 09:06 PM

The "eveusb.kext" is part of Eltima's USB Network Gate.  You installed the app in your Applications folder.  When run, the app installs a framework in /Library/Frameworks.  That framework has the kext hidden within it: /Library/Frameworks/EveUSB.framework/Versions/A/Support/eveusb.kext
 
Temporarily remove the framework AND the app to get booting again.  I suspect the app will run when you boot, so if you don't remove it, it will run and reinstall the framework. 
 
It appears that Eltima issued another version of the software on 9/12/2013 so maybe it has a fix needed for 10.8.5: http://www.eltima.co...-over-ethernet/
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Just install the Combo update for 10.8.5 and now it's not booting and im getting the following Kernel Panic When booting via -v -f the system will boot via SafeBoot sometimes

 

 

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If you have that USB 3.0 kext, remove it.

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If you have that USB 3.0 kext, remove it.

Don't have that installed , like i said before it boots to Safeboot so its a drive but have no idea what one 



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The "eveusb.kext" is part of Eltima's USB Network Gate.  You installed the app in your Applications folder.  When run, the app installs a framework in /Library/Frameworks.  That framework has the kext hidden within it: /Library/Frameworks/EveUSB.framework/Versions/A/Support/eveusb.kext
 
Temporarily remove the framework AND the app to get booting again.  I suspect the app will run when you boot, so if you don't remove it, it will run and reinstall the framework. 
 
It appears that Eltima issued another version of the software on 9/12/2013 so maybe it has a fix needed for 10.8.5: http://www.eltima.co...-over-ethernet/


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The "eveusb.kext" is part of Eltima's USB Network Gate.  You installed the app in your Applications folder.  When run, the app installs a framework in /Library/Frameworks.  That framework has the kext hidden within it: /Library/Frameworks/EveUSB.framework/Versions/A/Support/eveusb.kext
 
Temporarily remove the framework AND the app to get booting again.  I suspect the app will run when you boot, so if you don't remove it, it will run and reinstall the framework. 
 
It appears that Eltima issued another version of the software on 9/12/2013 so maybe it has a fix needed for 10.8.5: http://www.eltima.co...-over-ethernet/

 

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