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About donmarconi

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  1. Hi blackosx thanks for the tip I think that worked out, path is now just /Extra/Bonjour/ , system log is: root : TTY=unknown ; PWD=/ ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/Extra/Bonjour/ifconfig en0 promisc Now I understand, I was wondering why typing /Mac\ HD/ didn't worked, now I know it was because script is wrapped in quote marks
  2. Thanks blackosx for the great guide! I installed and everything running super slick here! I used usb install method and I'm running only these kext's on my configuration CPUInjector.kext fakesmc.kext LegacyHDA.kext NullCPUPowerManagement.kext OpenHaltRestart.kext PlatformUUID.kext SleepEnabler.kext Only little issue is that I named my system drive Mac HD and now Bonjour script won't load I think because of the space in the volume name. How do I input space correctly in Terminal (in this case script editor)?
  3. GA-P35-DS3R sleep not working

    Sorry for offtopic, I have the same board, and I want to try snow leopard, I curently have 10.5.6. Which kext are you using? From some other thread or older ones from Leopard? And did you installed 64 bit kernel or 32 bit? Thanks
  4. Is it possible that shutdown problem is because of AppleSMBIOS.kext? With older one in the kext folder from install pack I get sleep and restart, but when I put latest netkas applesmbios I loose restart. Maybe shutdown has to do something with that kext?
  5. Sorry for misunderstanding, Yes I installed from retail dvd using your instructions and I installed chud.pkg from developer tools, but it doesn't help for shutdown problem. I also tried shutdown fix installer and nothing, same thing. I disabled all cores except one but computer doesn't shutdown it hangs during shutdown process (mouse and icons disappear and after that it should fade to black and shutdown, but it freezes). Sorry for my english I think it's more clear now.
  6. No, it didn't work, just like before it hangs on desktop background after mouse and icons disappear. I don't know what it could be... thanks anyway
  7. Thanks karaakeha1, I have successfully installed using this guide and your install package . After EFI I installed retail 10.5, then 10.5.2. combo update, then graphic update and finally 10.5.3 update so I booted in 10.5.3 right away . This is the best working Leopard installation I had, it works really stable. Only thing I can't make it work is shutdown. I installed chud package, but it didn't help. Before shutdown I select "Single CPU" but it won't shutdown. However restart and sleep are working (with vanilla kernel 9.2 on kalyway 10.5.2. all 3 were broken).
  8. Thank you i_am...me for the great guide! I installed EFI with your instructions, retail Leopard, and Windows XP64. Question is should I have boot camp fancy screen when I hold option or not. Because I followed your instructions for dual-boot and when I hold option it reports some errors about applesmbios.kext. I've put timeout string in com.apple.boot.plist and when I click boot options in darwin boot screen I can choose to boot into XP. Is that how things supposed to work with your instructions or I can get Boot Camp screen (despite not having hardware efi)? edit: I found all explanations on netkas site, sry for bothering:)