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rotoyouoio

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In Topic: Experimental Atheros AR81(31/32/51/52/61/62/71/72) Driver for 10.7/10.8

Yesterday, 10:30 AM

I had managed to make it work and copy files over the local network without freezing.

The problem appeared again after updating the FakeSMC, because I was missing the sensors data in HW monitor.

So I believe there must be relation between the FakeSMC and the ALX kext.

can you elaborate? what version of fakesmc were you using prior to updating it? if english is a problem - по-русски говоришь?

In Topic: Experimental Atheros AR81(31/32/51/52/61/62/71/72) Driver for 10.7/10.8

16 March 2014 - 10:40 PM

I had managed to make it work and copy files over the local network without freezing.

The problem appeared again after updating the FakeSMC, because I was missing the sensors data in HW monitor.

So I believe there must be relation between the FakeSMC and the ALX kext.

how about discussing your findings with fakesmc authors as well as posting on applelife.ru?

In Topic: Experimental Atheros AR81(31/32/51/52/61/62/71/72) Driver for 10.7/10.8

10 February 2014 - 09:05 PM

I had to use this Kext to get my Ethernet working and, like others, I have had stability issues with it.

 

It's strange, because it doesn't happen all of the time.

 

I downloaded a torrent the other day and it made about 200 connections (Kernel Panic) I rebooted, loaded the same torrent (from the beginning) and it carried on through the whole torrent without a blip.

 

Steam also causes it to panic sometimes too.

 

It only seems to happen when the connection is under load.

I have 80Mbps Down and 20Mbps up.

 

I hope someone manages to get the Atheros chips working better.

The kext posted by Mikhail Opekunov is my finding posted on a russian most popular apple/hackintosh forum (where the famous slice dwelves). It was recompiled by xpamamadeus (or smth like that). It does not have KP, but it has another problem: when you transfer ~7 gb at maximum speed on a local network - the computer reboots instantly (not showing a KP). So if you need extensive lan usage (maybe these restart conditions are more broad) - then it's unusable. I've tested it by connecting my macbook directly and transferrig a 15GB movie. Mikhail Opekunov doesn't have any problems whatsoever, so maybe this kext will suit you also. Anyway it's better than the one in the first post.

 

Here's the original link: https://www.dropbox....hernet.kext.zip

 

Maybe someone could poke xpamamadeus to investigate this issue, but i doubt he will, since he has the 8151 chip.

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