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Also updated a Toshiba Satellite 1135-S155 directly to 10.4.11.

Original install was JaS 10.4.8 Intel AMD SSe2 SSe3 with only the Intel mods checked off... (sound works out-of-the-box, I could never get ether, display, or sleep to work but that's fine for this machine...using USB wireless).

As with my previous post I:

I used the 10.4.11 Combo Updater from Apple.
I booted into safe mode with the -x flag before proceeding.

I did the rest of the steps more-or-less as instructed but before restarting the first time I:

a) reran my loginwindow 10.4.4 pkg because my attempt to restore it via Terminal didn't look quite right to me (missing ".app") [I think I ended up having to do this step again later...no matter]

;) did not waste space with Graphics installs since they didn't work me with/without the Diabolik patcher...maybe you'll find a way.

For me this rebooted twice andI quickly pressed F8 and booted with -f -v the first time.

SystemProfiler crashed until I added the ProfilerPatch from this thread
http://www.insanelym...rt=#entry401401

Got the kernel from this linked thread
http://www.insanelym...t=#entry1052666
used kexthelper to install (instead of the pacifist step)
repaired permissions

Oh, for some reason my mach_kernel is now visible so I used posts 4 and 5 here to make a .hidden file to hide it: http://www.insanelym...p...st&p=499429

Thanks!

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THIS GUIDE HAS BEEN UPDATED AGAIN. :D

As of 8/25/2007:
This guide can also be used to update a system from 10.4.9 to 10.4.10. It will not update from 10.4.8 to 10.4.10.
The combo update will not work with these instructions. I prefer that you only update the system and not the kernel. 10.4.10 kernel is not completed yet.



INSTRUCTIONS TO UPDATE THE KERNEL ARE BELOW. (only 10.4.9)
=======================================================================
Requirements:
1) 10.4.9 Delta updater: http://www.apple.com...pdateintel.html
2) 15-30 minutes of your time
3) Pacifist
4) IRC client to get new kernel.

=======================================================================
Steps to update to 10.4.9/10.4.10 without new kernel:
1) Open up the terminal and type "sudo -s" then "your password" then the following (line by line):

cp /mach_kernel /old
 cp -R /system/library/coreservices/loginwindow.app /
 cp -R /system/library/extensions/AppleSMBIOS.kext /
 cp -R /system/library/extensions/AppleACPIplatform.kext /
 cp -R /system/library/extensions/AppleAPIC.kext /
 cp -R /system/library/extensions/IOATAFamily.kext /
 cp -R /system/library/extensions/system.kext /
2) Keep terminal open.
3) Open disk utility and keep it open
4) Run the delta installer (AND DO NOT RESTART---IGNORE THE INSTALLER WINDOW)
5) Open terminal and type the following:
cp /old /mach_kernel
 cp -R /loginwindow.app /system/library/coreservices/
 cp -R /AppleSMBIOS.kext /system/library/extensions/
 cp -R /AppleACPIplatform.kext /system/library/extensions/
 cp -R /AppleAPIC.kext /system/library/extensions/
 cp -R /IOATAFamily.kext /system/library/extensions/
 cp -R /system.kext /system/library/extensions/
 rm -rf /system/library/extensions.*
6) Open disk utility and repair permissions for your OS X partition
7) Pray and restart the system (unless you have GMA 900 or GMA 950--> read below)
8) Post pictures of your 10.4.9/10.4.10 :)
NB:- The first system boot after the update might take very long and cause a couple of restarts.

=======================================================================
GMA 900/950 users: (Do these steps after finishing above steps)

900: Go to this site http://diabolik1605.com/DHF/iATi.html download the GMA900 package and install it then reboot.

950: install the support files from the 10.4.8 DVD or any other source that you have.

=======================================================================
Kernel update steps (for the 10.4.9 kernel):
Once you make sure that everything is working fine with above steps, do these.

1) Go to system>library>extensions and copy system.kext to the desktop
2) Open your update DMG and open the .pkg with pacifist.
3) Select system>library>extensions>system.kext (ONLY THIS KEXT) and click install.
4) Go to: irc.osx86.hu then #kernel the #1049 to get the link for the latest 8.9.1 universal kernel (use an irc client like colloquy)
5) Download the latest universal kernel, extract it, and rename it to mach_kernel instead of mach_sse2.
6) Put this kernel in the users folder (temporarily)
7) Open the terminal and type the following:
sudo -s
 cp -R /mach_kernel /old
 cp -R /users/mach_kernel /
 (DO NOT DO IF YOU HAVE CORE 2) rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext 
 rm -rf /system/library/extensions.*
8) Repair permissions using disk utility.
9) Reboot and pray again... lol

=======================================================================
Congratulations, you now have the complete and latest version of OS X ;)

***If this does not work, boot with the boot flag "old" (without quotes)
Copy old system.kext from you desktop back to the extensions folder and repair permissions.
open terminal and type:
sudo -s
 rm -rf /mach_kernel
 cp -R /old /mach_kernel

=====================================================================
Disclaimer:
Again, I am not responsible for any damage happening to you, your computer, your data or anything due to following my instructions. Different hardware configurations could still cause problems.



Dearest friends I have an old IBM Desktop with 40G HD 1GB Ram and DVD Multi player in which, finally i got the right package and install iAKTOS 5i, actually all information is inside the disk, the secret is to choose the right Package as i mentioned before, I selected chamaleon and other few drivers due my computer spec are low, at the end worked fine except the LAN and a single resolution of 1024x768, millions because i dont have graphic card, I think is easier and better to install this software than wasting time around, good luck bros.

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how to get internet on mac osx 10.4.9 wireless i need help could someone please
reply to this message thanks

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AWESOME! I have JAS Tiger 10.4.11 running now on my HP D530 SFF, 3.06Ghz Northwood and 1-gig of ram, on a 120gb USB 2.0 HDD, and it runs FLAWLESSLY! Sound works great, had to patch the network driver, but everything's working... I'm happy, after several failed attempts to install KalyWay leopard 10.5.3 on this machine, don't waste your time, leopard on the D530 is a no go...

Anyways, I followed these instructions, didn't use safe mode, forgot to. I used the combo update from apple, updated directly from 10.4.8 to 10.4.11, then updated the kernel, then applied the profiler patch. Like I said above it's running great!

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AWESOME! I have JAS Tiger 10.4.11 running now on my HP D530 SFF, 3.06Ghz Northwood and 1-gig of ram, on a 120gb USB 2.0 HDD, and it runs FLAWLESSLY! Sound works great, had to patch the network driver, but everything's working... I'm happy, after several failed attempts to install KalyWay leopard 10.5.3 on this machine, don't waste your time, leopard on the D530 is a no go...

Anyways, I followed these instructions, didn't use safe mode, forgot to. I used the combo update from apple, updated directly from 10.4.8 to 10.4.11, then updated the kernel, then applied the profiler patch. Like I said above it's running great!


hmmm, that was short lived... now for some odd reason i cannot mount any image files, which means i cannot install any new software, the whole reason for the update...

ex. when I try to mount I-work 09.dmg it sits there for a while then prompts that it's unable to mount-device not configured.

any suggestions???

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Hello, I just Updated my IBM r50e with hackintosh 10.4.8 to 10.4.9 using this tutorial..

my IBM has a working WIFI and a LAN.
Intel WIRELESS/PRO 2200BG - working but slow connection
Intel Pro/100 VE - working

thanks Dr. Hurt.

here is my Screenshot


edit: but i cant run dmg files. ^_^ .. i will post my update if ever i can solve it..

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Here's the answer to your problem about dmg files Sumi:

To be able to open dmg files you have to have the same version of the kernel and of the System.kext kernel extension located in your /System/Library/Extensions folder

Hope this helps,




can you clarify? when i open my System.kext it has a folder called Plugins, and 2 files called Info.plist and version.plist , i opened the version.plist,
it says ,
<key>BuildVersion</key>
<string>1</string>
<key>CFBundleVersionString</key>
<string>8.9.1</string> <--- is this the kernel version?


what should i do next?

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first off i would just like to say thank you to the poster of this step by step informative guide.
after weeks of searching and reading i finally decided to try to install Tiger.
I managed to install 10.4.8 using JaS on my Asrock p4i65g w/ 1gig Ram and Intel Celeron D .

i also managed to update from 10.4.8 to 10.4.9 (without the kernal) with this guide no problems.
i then followed the steps (1-8) again to update from 10.4.9 to 10.4.10 (without kernal) with the following problems

1) System Profiler crash
managed to fix with
http://www.insanelym...=#entry4014012)

2)"About this Mac" crash

somewhere in all of this i saved a copy of System.kext to my desktop
i guess my kernal would still be 10.4.8 one?

are these two problems related? i have tried to figure out Ircle (eww no thnx) and Colloquy won't work for some reason since 10.4.10. so im kinda hoping someone here could help me out.

im not a guru at any of this stuff , im kinda new to it, but im not exactly a noob asking people to hold my hand.

im just kinda stumped on this is all.

thanks

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THIS GUIDE HAS BEEN UPDATED AGAIN. :blink:

As of 8/25/2007:
This guide can also be used to update a system from 10.4.9 to 10.4.10. It will not update from 10.4.8 to 10.4.10.
The combo update will not work with these instructions. I prefer that you only update the system and not the kernel. 10.4.10 kernel is not completed yet.



INSTRUCTIONS TO UPDATE THE KERNEL ARE BELOW. (only 10.4.9)

=======================================================================
Requirements:
1) 10.4.9 Delta updater: http://www.apple.com...pdateintel.html
2) 15-30 minutes of your time
3) Pacifist
4) IRC client to get new kernel.

=======================================================================
Steps to update to 10.4.9/10.4.10 without new kernel:
1) Open up the terminal and type "sudo -s" then "your password" then the following (line by line):
CODEcp /mach_kernel /old
cp -R /system/library/coreservices/loginwindow.app /
cp -R /system/library/extensions/AppleSMBIOS.kext /
cp -R /system/library/extensions/AppleACPIplatform.kext /
cp -R /system/library/extensions/AppleAPIC.kext /
cp -R /system/library/extensions/IOATAFamily.kext /
cp -R /system/library/extensions/system.kext /
2) Keep terminal open.
3) Open disk utility and keep it open
4) Run the delta installer (AND DO NOT RESTART---IGNORE THE INSTALLER WINDOW)
5) Open terminal and type the following:
CODEcp /old /mach_kernel
cp -R /loginwindow.app /system/library/coreservices/
cp -R /AppleSMBIOS.kext /system/library/extensions/
cp -R /AppleACPIplatform.kext /system/library/extensions/
cp -R /AppleAPIC.kext /system/library/extensions/
cp -R /IOATAFamily.kext /system/library/extensions/
cp -R /system.kext /system/library/extensions/
rm -rf /system/library/extensions.*
6) Open disk utility and repair permissions for your OS X partition
7) Pray and restart the system (unless you have GMA 900 or GMA 950--> read below)
8) Post pictures of your 10.4.9/10.4.10 :rolleyes:
NB:- The first system boot after the update might take very long and cause a couple of restarts.

Thank you very much for that tutorial. In addition, I would like to say that I went trough all updates from 10.4.8 to 10.4.11 (Intel) using your method and it worked like a charm for me. As for the GMA 900 / 950 - I just deleted all the kexts related with my graphic card before the reboot. BEWARE: I haven't updated the kernel AT ALL!

Here are the links for the other updates (10.4.10 and 10.4.11), even if I`m not sure if I`m allowed to do this at all, I`ll take my chances :

10.4.10 Update (Intel) : http://support.apple.com/kb/DL237

10.4.11 Update (Intel) : http://support.apple.com/kb/DL171

NOTE: After the 3 updates I`m successfully using all compatible software with Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.11

My Machine: HP COMPAQ NC6220 / Intel Pentium (M) 1.73GHz / 1 GB / 667MHz RAM / 40 GB HDD TOSHIBA / Intel GMA 900 Graphics (On-board)

I really hope that I helped somehow!

Best Regards:

Diyan

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THIS GUIDE HAS BEEN UPDATED AGAIN. :D

As of 8/25/2007:
This guide can also be used to update a system from 10.4.9 to 10.4.10. It will not update from 10.4.8 to 10.4.10.
The combo update will not work with these instructions. I prefer that you only update the system and not the kernel. 10.4.10 kernel is not completed yet.



INSTRUCTIONS TO UPDATE THE KERNEL ARE BELOW. (only 10.4.9)

=======================================================================
Requirements:
1) 10.4.9 Delta updater: http://www.apple.com...pdateintel.html
2) 15-30 minutes of your time
3) Pacifist
4) IRC client to get new kernel.

=======================================================================
Steps to update to 10.4.9/10.4.10 without new kernel:
1) Open up the terminal and type "sudo -s" then "your password" then the following (line by line):

cp /mach_kernel /old
cp -R /system/library/coreservices/loginwindow.app /
cp -R /system/library/extensions/AppleSMBIOS.kext /
cp -R /system/library/extensions/AppleACPIplatform.kext /
cp -R /system/library/extensions/AppleAPIC.kext /
cp -R /system/library/extensions/IOATAFamily.kext /
cp -R /system/library/extensions/system.kext /
2) Keep terminal open.
3) Open disk utility and keep it open
4) Run the delta installer (AND DO NOT RESTART---IGNORE THE INSTALLER WINDOW)
5) Open terminal and type the following:
cp /old /mach_kernel
cp -R /loginwindow.app /system/library/coreservices/
cp -R /AppleSMBIOS.kext /system/library/extensions/
cp -R /AppleACPIplatform.kext /system/library/extensions/
cp -R /AppleAPIC.kext /system/library/extensions/
cp -R /IOATAFamily.kext /system/library/extensions/
cp -R /system.kext /system/library/extensions/
rm -rf /system/library/extensions.*
6) Open disk utility and repair permissions for your OS X partition
7) Pray and restart the system (unless you have GMA 900 or GMA 950--> read below)
8) Post pictures of your 10.4.9/10.4.10 :whistle:
NB:- The first system boot after the update might take very long and cause a couple of restarts.

=======================================================================
GMA 900/950 users: (Do these steps after finishing above steps)

900: Go to this site http://diabolik1605.com/DHF/iATi.html download the GMA900 package and install it then reboot.

950: install the support files from the 10.4.8 DVD or any other source that you have.

=======================================================================
Kernel update steps (for the 10.4.9 kernel):
Once you make sure that everything is working fine with above steps, do these.

1) Go to system>library>extensions and copy system.kext to the desktop
2) Open your update DMG and open the .pkg with pacifist.
3) Select system>library>extensions>system.kext (ONLY THIS KEXT) and click install.
4) Go to: irc.osx86.hu then #kernel the #1049 to get the link for the latest 8.9.1 universal kernel (use an irc client like colloquy)
5) Download the latest universal kernel, extract it, and rename it to mach_kernel instead of mach_sse2.
6) Put this kernel in the users folder (temporarily)
7) Open the terminal and type the following:
sudo -s
cp -R /mach_kernel /old
cp -R /users/mach_kernel /
(DO NOT DO IF YOU HAVE CORE 2) rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext 
rm -rf /system/library/extensions.*
8) Repair permissions using disk utility.
9) Reboot and pray again... lol

=======================================================================
Congratulations, you now have the complete and latest version of OS X :thumbsup_anim:

***If this does not work, boot with the boot flag "old" (without quotes)
Copy old system.kext from you desktop back to the extensions folder and repair permissions.
open terminal and type:
sudo -s
rm -rf /mach_kernel
cp -R /old /mach_kernel

=====================================================================
Disclaimer:
Again, I am not responsible for any damage happening to you, your computer, your data or anything due to following my instructions. Different hardware configurations could still cause problems.


Just to add that except updating to 10.4.11 using your method (Intel Update, without the Kernel), I also succeeded to install all updates, after installing the latest security update (Intel). Afterwards, you can use all software compatible with Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.11.

Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.10 update (Intel) : http://support.apple.com/kb/DL237

Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.11 update (Intel) : http://support.apple.com/kb/DL171

Latest security update (Tiger 10.4.11 Intel) : http://support.apple.com/kb/DL932

After that, using the software update manager, you can update everything, using the same method.

My machine: HP COMPAQ NC6220, 1.73 GHz Intel Pentium (M) Processor, 40GB ATA HDD TOSHIBA, Intel GMA 900 Graphics

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I can't go to "irc.osx86.hu" anymore. It doesn't let me. Any ideas?





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