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Apple seeds first OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 beta to developers.
 
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I was unable to find the seed configuration utility for 10.9

 

Ive used the previous 10.8 version but couldn't find the new one.



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I was unable to find the seed configuration utility for 10.9
 
Ive used the previous 10.8 version but couldn't find the new one.


I guess not ready for prime time yet. Apple needs time to get their ducks in a row, I guess...

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Did they pull the update?  I get nuttin' when I hit the download button .....Rehabman is probably correct ..... crookedy dux.



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I was able to download it using software update ...

 

Approximately 120mb in size ...

 

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A look into updates system extensions (not much!):

 

Attached File  Bildschirmfoto 2013-11-16 um 10.43.01.jpg   251.31KB   46 downloads



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You need to install java first and after that you will see the seed configuration utility. After installing that the App Store will open and show you the 10.9.1 update. After installing that the system will restart an the App Store will show you that you have updates for iphoto aperture etc etc.



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You need to install java first and after that you will see the seed configuration utility. After installing that the App Store will open and show you the 10.9.1 update. After installing that the system will restart an the App Store will show you that you have updates for iphoto aperture etc etc.

Any requests? Just install Java to get the seed utility? But where can we get that?

Or it requires the identity of paid devs?



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Any requests? Just install Java to get the seed utility? But where can we get that?

Or it requires the identity of paid devs?

Well someone in pcbeta has already released the seed.

Maybe that guy used the seed utility and downloaded it.



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GPU throttle bug with openCL and quicklook still not fixed...



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Any requests? Just install Java to get the seed utility? But where can we get that?

Or it requires the identity of paid devs?

I'm sorry i have the developer account and thats where i got the java from. I'm not sure if u can get it elsewhere. 



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I was able to download it using software update ...

 

Approximately 120mb in size ...

 

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What font do you use?



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no problems here  :whistle:

 

greetings



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Could someone upload the ATI and AMD kexts please? 

 

I hope they fix the artifacts I have.



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I'm sorry i have the developer account and thats where i got the java from. I'm not sure if u can get it elsewhere.


I think I'll wait until they fix this. I'm not keen on putting Java on my computer.

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From what I can see the Software Update Seed Configuration Utility just runs a script to edit com.apple.SoftwareUpdate.plist. You can edit the script from the 10.8 utility to point to the Mavericks catalog.

 

Open the Seed Configuration Utility pkg file with Pacifist. Click on the Resources tab. Expand the SeedConfigurationUtility.pkg entry and extract "enroll" from the Scripts/postinstall_actions folder.

 

Edit the enroll script by changing the catalog URL to https://swscan.apple...-1.sucatalog.gz. Then run it from the terminal with sudo.

 

If you check the App Store control panel you'll see it now has the option to toggle pre-release update seeds.

 

It might also work by just adding the catalog url from the terminal:

sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.SoftwareUpdate CatalogURL https://swscan.apple.com/content/catalogs/others/index-10.9seed-10.9-mountainlion-lion-snowleopard-leopard.merged-1.sucatalog.gz


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hello

 

that kind of post .. is to ahahahahaha

 

wrong fonts .. java ?

 

that is not need here .. garbage .. 

 

is a dmg

 

u mod the soft to download it from app store

 

good hack



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I think I'll wait until they fix this. I'm not keen on putting Java on my computer.

Hi, Rehabman. I know it's off topic here to talk about the trackpad issue. But I can not find somewhere appropriate to talk with. If you know the right place, direct me there :D

WIth your kext, I am not able to use my trackpad (Synpatics V7.4) after waking my hack up. And I tried manually kextunload and reload the kext. But the console output is like below:

 

11/10/13 15:19:41.755 com.apple.kextd[12]: kext org.rehabman.voodoo.driver.PS2Trackpad  108089000 is in exception list, allowing to load

11/10/13 15:19:41.000 kernel[0]: VoodooPS2Trackpad: Identify TouchPad command failed



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Hi, Rehabman. I know it's off topic here to talk about the trackpad issue. But I can not find somewhere appropriate to talk with. If you know the right place, direct me there :D
WIth your kext, I am not able to use my trackpad (Synpatics V7.4) after waking my hack up. And I tried manually kextunload and reload the kext. But the console output is like below:
 
11/10/13 15:19:41.755 com.apple.kextd[12]: kext org.rehabman.voodoo.driver.PS2Trackpad  108089000 is in exception list, allowing to load
11/10/13 15:19:41.000 kernel[0]: VoodooPS2Trackpad: Identify TouchPad command failed


Check to be sure it is installed correctly:
kextstat|grep -y ps2
And/or (after "-f" boot):
bdmesg|grep -y ps2
You should see only my driver, not AppleACPIPS2Nub, not ApplePS2Controller...

Otherwise, install the debug version and examine system.log, post wake.

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Didn't have to apply the TRIM patch. It still held after installing 10.9.1







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