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Share your kernel link under

 
You can download it here.



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I'm happy to join the Sierra amd club 

 

i just installed Shaneee kernel on a fresh 10.2.5 Sierra on a fuc@#! apu

 

ill do further testing and report



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I'm happy to join the Sierra amd club 

 

i just installed Shaneee kernel on a fresh 10.2.5 Sierra on a fuc@#! apu

 

ill do further testing and report

 

It didn't work? What was the issue?



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It didn't work? What was the issue?

 Can we use your 10.12.4 system.kext with the 10.12.5 update to fix the symbol error while repairing/clearing caches?



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 Can we use your 10.12.4 system.kext with the 10.12.5 update to fix the symbol error while repairing/clearing caches?

Simple answer, use always the appropriate system.kext which was built with the kernel.

then no boot error loops will occur, regardless which update version you have installed

 

Edit:

That means yes !

replace the System.kext from Shane's kernel package against the current System.kext from Update 10.12.5



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Simple answer, use always the appropriate system.kext which was built with the kernel.

then no boot error loops will occur, regardless which update version you have installed

 

Edit:

That means yes !

replace the System.kext from Shane's kernel package against the current System.kext from Update 10.12.5

 Will do. Thanks for the heads up :)



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can you guys add this fix to kernel (kdp_udp.c)?

inline static void kdp_send_data(void *packet, unsigned int len)
{
   // wait_for_link();
    (*kdp_en_send_pkt)(packet, len);
}


inline static void kdp_receive_data(void *packet, unsigned int *len,
                                    unsigned int timeout)
{
   // wait_for_link();
    (*kdp_en_recv_pkt)(packet, len, timeout);
}

it helps a lot while debugging in xcode (less ethernet hangs)

 

I've tested shaneee latest (test2) but I'm getting opemu trap errors

 

 

 

todo further checks ill need a kernel/system.kext (release version) + kernel.dSYM + link to source code

atm I haven't download Xcode 8 - my system is unstable with this kernel but I can debug it on another machine with Xcode 7

 

 



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can you guys add this fix to kernel (kdp_udp.c)?

inline static void kdp_send_data(void *packet, unsigned int len)
{
   // wait_for_link();
    (*kdp_en_send_pkt)(packet, len);
}


inline static void kdp_receive_data(void *packet, unsigned int *len,
                                    unsigned int timeout)
{
   // wait_for_link();
    (*kdp_en_recv_pkt)(packet, len, timeout);
}

it helps a lot while debugging in xcode (less ethernet hangs)

 

I've tested shaneee latest (test2) but I'm getting opemu trap errors

 

 

 

todo further checks ill need a kernel/system.kext (release version) + kernel.dSYM + link to source code

atm I haven't download Xcode 8 - my system is unstable with this kernel but I can debug it on another machine with Xcode 7

 

I'll add that once the 10.12.5 sources are out.

 

To sort that just build the prelinkedkernel to the kernel.



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