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Zenith432

Zenith432

Member Since 21 Jun 2009
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In Topic: Chameleon 2.3svn Official PKG Installer & Binaries

23 December 2014 - 09:15 AM

Are you using Enoch branch???  There are no changes to trunk in 2468-2472.

The changes to trunk are in 2466, 2474 - 2485, 2487, 2490 - 2492, 2494 - 2497, 2507, 2510, 2513 - 2516.

In Topic: Status of Unlocker 2.0

22 December 2014 - 09:30 PM

This looks like a problem with VMwareGfx.  There's a function called GetBeamPosition in one of the interfaces used to report beam position to the OS.  It's supposed to always return 0 for a device that doesn't have a beam position - but instead it returns an error code.  Looks like this was tolerated in Mavericks but is not tolerated in Yosemite.  :surprised:

In Topic: Chameleon 2.3svn Official PKG Installer & Binaries

22 December 2014 - 01:56 PM

???

 

Il problema in # 2565 era che la vostra smbios.plist da # 2588 aveva seriale vuoto

    <key>SMserial</key>
    <string></string>
Ma il smbios.plist hai postato # 2597 ha un numero di serie. Non si vede ancora vero?

any tips for post 2565 thanks

Fabio

In Topic: Chameleon 2.3svn Official PKG Installer & Binaries

21 December 2014 - 10:50 AM

I didn't put any prints... I fixed a bug that was a suspect in causing the hang - but it's not the right bug...

The "/boot" you see is from boot1h, which completes successfully, but it may disappear too fast.

The rotating bar is boot2 hanging.

Are you sure r2468 is that last one that works and a later one like r2492 doesn't?
 

I tested the patches provided by Zenith432, BUT either I am too stupid or I can see no output at all.
The result is the same... "boot0: done" -> rotating bar for a 3/4 turn and then nothing.
 
(with r2468 I seem to see: "boot0: done" -> "booting /boot" or something like that for a millisecond)

In Topic: GenericUSBXHCI USB 3.0 driver for OS X with source

20 December 2014 - 08:33 PM

USB3 hubs are an issue.  Each device connected to the USB topology must have a specific driver for it to work.  USB3 hubs are a device in that sense and need a driver.   Apple has a built-in USB3 hub driver in IOUSBFamily, but it may not work on all USB3 hubs.  They test it with hardware they ship.

Some xhci chipsets have a built-in rate-matching hub in the chipset for handling USB 2.0 devices.  This is permited by the spec - and again - Apple's supplied hub driver may not succeed in handling it.

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