To load a kext you need to be root first, it can be don by "sudo su" or "sudo any-command"
bash-3.2# kextload -t AppleACPIPowerSource.kext
kextload: /Users/Aaron/AppleACPIPowerSource.kext: no such bundle file exists
can't add kernel extension AppleACPIPowerSource.kext (file access/permissions) (run kextload on this kext with -t for diagnostic output)
So, the AppleACPIPowerSource plugin doesn't exist within my AppleACPIPlatform kext. I guess it should have been there in the first place since i'm using iAtkos, but it got lost somehow. Is there a copy I can replace it with?
I also get this message on booting with -v:
Extension “com.apple.driver.AppleACIPPlatform” has immediatedependencies on both com.apple.kernel and com.apple.kpi Components: use only one style.
the PowerSource is not whre you are when open the Terminal program, you need to go to the right directory.
sudo kextload -t appleacpipowersource.kext
I tried now to apply the 1.16 with your dump.txt from an earlier post i this thread. Then reboot. Still now devices in preferences. Then installing the kexts. Again reboot. Still no devices in prefs..
I remembered when I did the fresh iATKOS install there was actually a device listed in preferences, but now both the in and out tabs are empty:-( Do you have any other ideas?
I've attached my kextstat dump. I have no clue if it helps you..
in the kextstat there are entries that indicate the kexts are loaded:
Run DPCI manager (google it) it will show which devices you have.