I just upgraded my Thinkpad from 10.6.4 to 10.6.6. I replaced the SleepEnabler.kext in the Extra folder with the new one tailored for 10.6.6 with the pmVersions and all that before I upgraded/restarted. It booted up fine, everything seems to be fine, but then sleep problems popped up. It could sleep but it got the infamous "Error 0192" on boot-up. Sleep worked before on 10.6.4 without the Error 0192 perfectly fine, though multiple sleep-wake cycles seemed to make the system more unstable until it crashed.
I tried replacing the new SleepEnabler.kext with the old one and booting with the "pmVersion=21" flag but that did no good either.
I also noticed that my trackpad/trackpoint didn't work either. I had used ApplePS2Controller.
Looking at the verbose boot-up, it seems that "IOHIDSystem: Seize of ApplePS2Controller failed." (or was it ApplePS2Keyboard...i don't remember)
I tried VoodooPS2Controller, but that failed period. Didn't even work out of the box.
I have a clone backup of 10.6.4 to revert back to, but I really don't want to. This AppStore really is something.
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