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In Topic: [Asus U36SD] - a few dsdt questions

18 November 2012 - 02:21 AM

I can tell you how I managed to install.

First you need a running installation of Mac OS 10.6.x (10.7.x should also work).
Then I created a bootable Lion-USB-Stick (see the OS X Lion install section).
On your USB-Stick you should have now a folder called "Extra". Place the dsdt.aml from alianyn there.
I have put some kexts inside the Extentions folder (attached except of NullCPUManagement which should already be there if not you have to put it in).
Now you can try to boot but for me I have to disable Bluetooth Adapter in BIOS.
After that Lion booted well and I installed it. (If you are planning to install Linux and/or Windows too you have to create more partitions)
After installation boot again from the USB-Stick but now choose your Lion install on your HDD. ( now you maybe need an USB Keyboard/Mouse just for the first setup)
After that you have to install the Chameleon Bootloader to your HDD. (If you are able to install it on the USB-Stick that should be no problem)
Now copy all of the kexts in in the Extra/Extenstions folder from your USB to /Extra/Extenstions on your local disk.
You should be able to boot now without the USB-Stick.

Now you're almost done. Install synaptics touchpad driver and voodooHDA if sound needed, but for me it was noise every reboot so I deleted it.
To get better battery life you have to patch your AppleIntelCPUPowerManagment.kext with speed_stepper patch for you Lion version and remove the NullCPUPowerManagement.kext from /Extra/Extentions/.

It should be done.
(You can now put Graphics Mode 1366x768x32 in you org.chameleon.Boot.plist to get a nice bootloader your resolution in OS X should be correct anyway)

Hope that it helped.

Could someone put image for USB stick with all these updated work?
Because I don't have a running mac.
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