how would i know if they match? i dont even know what to search for umm im basically having the same problem as everyone else. no ps2 keyboard. i copied the ACPIPS2Nub.kext into the AppleACPIPlatform and what not but it still doesnt load.
Don't copy to the AppleACPIPlatform, leave it directly in the Extensions directory, (check ownership and permission, that ar cause for not loading) check with System Profiler or kextstat (on terminal) if it loads.
Alsho Check OSBundleLibraries in its Info.plist, it need to match the current version of your kest or it wont load.
Not sure why but I managed to get this working on 10.5.4
I was trying to install Jas 10.5.4 on my Samsung laptop and I kept getting the dreaded "No Keyboard" stuff and also I was getting no Wi-fi which I found strange but the Jas disk was not finding my DW1390 during boot.
So I went back to my Leo4All V2 disk, installed that with the correct options, then at reboot I put the Jas disk in and only selected the Jas essentials, the Stage XNU kernal and NVKush (since it was NVInject on the Leo4All). On reboot everything worked perfectly apart from the battery indicator which was solved using one of the methods i found here (can't remember which one, oh my brain!!).
Hope this might help someone, I just do not know why it was not working using Jas, maybe that is designed for desktop systems or something. Still it worked really easily using the method above and i now have a perfect 10.5.4 install including throttling using Chun Nan's GenericCPU thing.