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DrJägermeister

DrJägermeister

Member Since 27 Sep 2005
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In Topic: drivers pour OSX x86

24 January 2007 - 07:39 AM

Comme chatonveca l'a déja dit en plus des Id les noms serait utiles.
C'est quoi exactement qui fonctionne pas avec la 10.4.8?
D'aprés ta liste le son Intel ICH4 devrait fonctionner, le modem V.90 par contre ne va surement pas fonctionner. Pour la carte réseau Broadcom 440x 10/100 d'aprés le wiki elle fonctionne que aprés une modif (fait un recherche sur le forum)
http://wiki.osx86pro....php/HCL_10.4.8
Pour ta carte Video regarde quelle modéle c'est exactement (Intel/ATI/Nvidia) et fait un recherche de la démarche a suivre.

In Topic: drivers pour OSX x86

23 January 2007 - 10:01 AM

Un pilote est un kext sous OSX, voila comment patcher un kext:
http://wiki.osx86pro...t_Patching_List
le plus simple est de lister ton matos (liste complete et exacte) ici et de aussi de faire une recherche dans ce forum au sujet de ton matos



Salut!

je viens d'installé la version 10.4.3 de JaS. mais comme beaucoup de monde, j'ai des problčmes des carte son, graphique, réseaux... Certains disent qu'il faut passer a la version 10.4.8., ce que j'ai fait, mais y'a ENCORE PLUS de problčmes...

Donc je me demandait ce qu'il fallait faire. faut il, comme sur PC aller cherché des drivers pour rendre notre matériel compatible? comment peut on les trouver? peut on essayer avec des drivers Apple? (mais le matériel utilisé par Apple n'est pas le męme que dans les PC). doit on plutot s'orienter vers les sites des constructeur matériel? sous quelle forme de fichier sont ces drivers? et dans un Mac, oů sont placé ces fichiers et oů doit on les mettre??

mes questions peuvent sembler redondantes sur ce genre de forum, mais si un post faisait le point une fois pour toute sur cette histoire de pb matériel, ça serait bien pratique, non??

Merci...

In Topic: OS X for SSE (qemu)

22 January 2007 - 11:34 AM

It was long time ago (Nov 2005), I used a Suse 9.3 installation but it should work with every Distro (also live-CDs).
Maybe it will run a little bit fast faster if you are using a small linux Distro into RAM, but I doubt that it will be real fast :)
Did you take a look at DSL Linux? It's very small (50MB), you can load it into RAM, possibility for remastering and it was already used for a similar projekt (Atari Falcon as live-CD based on DSL with ARAnyM emulator)
Remaster DSL:
https://www.eng.uwat...emasteringGuide
AFROS Live-CD as example:
http://aranym.source...net/livecd.html

P.S: I don't know if the Qemu binary in Featherlinux will work for OSX; for 0.7.2 and 0.8.0 I had to compile my own binary with a small modification (see the other topic)



What distro were you using? and did you load it into ram like we are doing?
We don't just plan on running OS X with qemu. We want to make qemu load up on a super quick linux distro and let it perform as fast as possible.

In Topic: OS X for SSE (qemu)

22 January 2007 - 09:11 AM

No, OSX doesn't run natively on a SSE CPU but only with Qemu. I tried it long time ago with 0.7.2, 0.8.0 and a CVS Version .
I got OSX running in Qemu with only 192 MB and it was working.
Even if I gave OSX more RAM in Qemu, it was still very slow.
http://forum.insanel...?showtopic=5055


On the apple website, it says that you must have "At least 256MB of physical RAM" to run tiger. Seeing as Featherlinux is going to be taking up a small portion of the ram, we are going to need more than 256mb. I have tried with 256mb and I think that is what is causing OS X to crash so I think the minimum amount of ram that we need to get OS X running is 384mb. That's only a 256mb + 128mb.
What do you mean? Did they get it running natively or using qemu?

Dragon

In Topic: Raid setup in both systems

21 December 2006 - 10:44 AM

A RAID array with the i945 chipset is a fake RAID, it has only a BIOS and the RAID functionality is done via Sofware. In order to get it working you need the drivers, in Windows you press F6 during installation and add the driver, for Linux you are using dmraid. But for OSX86 I think there are no driver avaible for such a RAID array.



The intel 945 chipset has a onboard raid controler. It is setup OS independent..by matrix storage software which mount a disk before boot like scssi controllers. So ... when mac os loads, the mounted disk is already there..(in theory). If this works... I need to know:

1 Which file system is the better choice(matrix storage don`t make hfs partition)
2 How to make the permissions works in both systems automatcly.
3 Is it possible with Mac osx Server which can read and write to a miriad of file systems??
4 Is really need a driver to Mac OS recognise the raid driver mounted in this way??

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