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  1. I'd be happy to, if needed. Hopefully, gnychis logs in to update the front post, because not a lot has changed. Everything, as far as I've used, is working. I ended up using iATKOS' 10.6.3 disc off of "the bay" to start. I then updated to 10.6.4. By installing the DSDT.aml posted above, you can skip the sleep fixes and the x3100 drivers in the first post. Those all work the way they should. It still includes the standard fixes, as well as the brightness fix from gnychis, so you can control your brightness with the scroll lock/pause keys. You do still need to get the SleepEnabler for whatever version of OS X you're running. My wireless card is an Apple Airport Extreme card plugged into the second miniPCIe socket. It does not screw down, and kinda bulges. I'm still waiting for the BIOS hack from zender or anyone else on that forum in the meantime. I used the VoodooHDA from this thread as the default does not let you adjust the volume. This one works peachy. To get Energy Saver to work right, I edited /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist and added keys for SystemType and system-type (as I'm not sure which one works. heh.) and set them both to "2", so OS X knows you're on a laptop. If you still need ethernet, the Intel 82566 driver in this thread works great. Gigabit ethernet, no issues.
  2. Okay, solved the USB sleep issue with another DSDT fix. The enclosed DSDT includes gnychis' brightness fix, as well as the x3100 enabler for the native driver (no need for additional installer), and the fix for EHCI sleep. Note that you will most likely have to flip the wireless hard switch off before the machine will sleep. Now to figure out volume control...
  3. So, I was able to have the X3100 drivers work natively with a DSDT fix, which got rid of a few other dependencies. I'm curious if anyone is running 10.6.4 and still able to sleep their machine? No matter what, mine wants to wake up every time. Installing the kexts in the guide just make USB functionality fail. Any luck? I'd be happy to post my updated DSDT. DSDT.aml.zip
  4. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    1.1 is your best bet. Note that I no longer have my X61, so I can patch, but can't test. :censored2:
  5. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    After installing the aml files that grandflash posted earlier, along with FakeSMC 2 and restoring AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement, I finally got the speeds back that I expect from this machine. I have been bouncing back and forth between Windows 7 on OS X -- Win7 runs fantastic on this machine, btw, but my workflow is much better in OS X. The only problem with OS X, is that when I do that change over, my video speeds slow to a crawl. QE/CI reports working, but my XBench score for UI rendering drops to 14, and changing spaces, bringing up the dock, window transitions -- they're all godawful. Anyone run into this? If not, I may end up clearing and starting over from scratch. Maybe I can write a better howto, then.
  6. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Adding it under IONameMatch is fine, you have the right file. The light will not ever light up, and OS X ignores the hardware switch for wifi (but not bluetooth).
  7. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Well, a big ol wtf, then. It was a WACF004 by default, correct? Has your tablet worked at all in Snow Leopard? What happens in the debug tab, does the tablet stream data that TabletMagic understands?
  8. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Weird thing I noticed here. I have a WACF004 device. 90% of the time, in snow leopard, it comes up as WACF008. Why? I have no idea. But TabletMagic will then try to connect at 38400, fail, and then you get no tablet. I've patched my copy of TabletMagic, and would be happy to pass it along. Check your ioreg to see if it's coming up as the opposite device of what you expect. (WACF004 - wacom pen only, WACF008 - wacom pen + touch)
  9. Showing the "open" window hangs any app

    Offering nothing right now, but I'm having the same issue and trying to track it down.
  10. TabletMagic for TabletPCs

    I had a Gateway C-5815 with the same issue. Unless one of the Wacom drivers works with your tablet, you're SOL. There isn't a native, standard calibration tool.
  11. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    You're using the 64 bit tablet enabler in the top post? In TabletMagic, does it see the serial port activated?
  12. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    ApplePS2Controller. VoodooPS2, for a few reasons, licks the nuts on our ThinkPads.
  13. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Get rid of Contents/PlugIns/whateverwhateverPS2Trackpad.kext.
  14. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Until Apple releases a 64 bit Intel video driver, focusing on SL x64 is irrelevant. Even so, cross compiling for most projects is trivial. Most of what we use has already been moved to 64 bit, including the Tablet Enabler, but without native video, we might as well have a X200.
  15. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Get rid of FakeSMC -- your machine is running at 50% speed. Use the dsmos from netkas, also linked in the top post, and get rid of AppleDecrypt. Get rid of AppleHDA.kext, and only use VoodooHDA. You will need to unload and reload the kext when waking up from sleep -- SleepWatcher will help you with that. I can't help you with the brightness stuff, it never worked for me on my SXGA+ X61, so I continue to suffer with the DSDT fix + brightness command line app.