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Mieze

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In Topic: No graphics / USB / Audio after wake

27 July 2016 - 07:16 PM

Mieze,

 

but 10.10.5 program the graphic card (ports) right. The 7350 (5450) is also programmed right in 10.11.6 and wake up works.

I'm trying to tell you that the AMD driver may hang power management completely but fixing this issue doesn't also fix the USB problem. You'll have to fix it separately and it's best to start with the USB problem.

 

Mieze

In Topic: No graphics / USB / Audio after wake

27 July 2016 - 06:58 PM

10.10.5 - Hotplug works and resolution switch are ok (Wrong display size but resolutions are ok 1920x1080 + 2540x1440 dual display and sleep. But wait a minute. Sleep only awake with press on the case (USB not complete fixed - I know DSTD.aml not that perfect here...)

 

10.11.6 - Hotplug works but dual screen on 1920x1080 + 1600x1200 - same as after fix Ipomoea. After Sleep no display...but usb from keyboard works..funny.

Not funny because USB only hangs after sleep when the AMD driver causes a deadlock in the kernel's thread which is used to call the power management functions (OS X calls driver's power management functions in a separate thread in order to serialize them).

 

Mieze

In Topic: IntelMausiEthernet.kext for Intel onboard LAN

25 July 2016 - 07:12 PM

Ill try and report. This problem manifests only at cold boot. When I wake from sleep, its all good.

EDIT: I saw that at cold but, I have Internet then after 2 sec, ip appears self assigned for 30 seconds then I have stable connection. May be a problem with macOS, and I dont have time for reinstall at the moment.

I installed the driver into L/E and the restult is the same. When I'll have time I'll do a reinstall and report back.

No need to reinstall anything because it's obvious that this is a DHCP issue. Use a static configuration or fix your router's configuration.

 

Mieze

In Topic: IntelMausiEthernet.kext for Intel onboard LAN

25 July 2016 - 04:57 PM

Ip its static allocated no dhcp, from router.  only in osx prefferences it remains in dhcp mode.

What are you trying to tell me? Looks like you are confusing things? Are you getting a static IP address via DHCP from your router or have you entered a manual configuration in System Preferences? How much time passes between the link up message and the acquisition of the IP address?

 

Mieze

In Topic: IntelMausiEthernet.kext for Intel onboard LAN

25 July 2016 - 03:12 PM

@ MiezeI have one minor problem. After osx boot i have to wait about 1 minute till my ip its being allocated from driver. I use latest kext inside EFI partition with Ozmosis. 
What may be the cause? 

I deleted prefferences, recreated en:0 interface. I tried also with clover and same result.

First of all, the driver doesn't allocate the IP address, it handles packets, nothing more and nothing less. Anything else, like getting an IP address via DHCP, is the network stack's job. When a link is established, the driver logs a message to /var/log/system.log and the IP address should be acquired within a few seconds after that event. The question is, why does it take so long until you get an IP address? Only in case of delayed link establishment, it may be a driver related issue.

 

Mieze

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