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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from aplIIc in [AMD] Working Builds!   
    CPU - AMD Athlon X2
    Motherboard - Biostar A780L
    GPU - ATI HD5770 1GB
    Kernel - Andy's RC6 Kernel
    RAM - 4Gb DDR2
    Hard Drive - 2 X 160GB SATA
    USB Ports - 4 at the back and 2 in front (all work)
    LAN  - Realtek RTL8168 using RTGMac 
    Wifi - Trendnet TEW 648-UB (works using Snow Leopard drivers from the disc)
    Audio - Realtek ALC662 - used Voodoo HDA 2.8.4
    Sleep - working OOB
     
    Lion works flawlessly, used Bronzvokas Lion 10.7.5 kernel and iAtkos L2 to install.

    Mavericks also works amazingly.
     
    Created a USB installer using Insanelymac's Pandoras Box (thank you!). Booted using Andy's kernel, with the flags "USBLegacyOff=yes npci=0x2000 -v". Installed fine and then booted fine too. First boot was EXTREMELY slow, left my machine on over night to allow Spotlight to index everything. Then replaced the System.kext with Andy's one, and everything worked fine. Graphics works 100%, and everything is very smooth.
     
    Bootloader is Chameleon, using the flags "-v USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000"
     
    iCloud / AppStore etc. does not work unfortunately. (no biggy though).
     

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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from gils83 in [GUIDE]AMD ATHLON X2 x6 with Mavericks (10.9.1)   
    This is my third guide and I finally know my way pretty damn well around Hackintoshes. My latest build has Mavericks working almost perfectly (very minor graphical glitches and no iCoud). I decided to make a guide because there are lots of AMD users dying to get their hands on Mavericks working properly.
     
    Before before we start, please don’t hesitate to ask any questions. This guide isn’t anything perfect so I do understand if you get lost. I’ve tried my best to correctly put everything you may need in. I will be able to help a lot though so don’t worry if you get lost. 
     
    Before we start:
     
    This build involves 2 hard drives, OS X being on one and Windows being on the other for dual booting. I have not yet been successful with OS X and Windows on the same hard drive. If you have only one hard drive you can follow this guide to install OS X and then maybe try the dual boot yourself outside the guide. As I said, I don't know how to do this so won't be able to help at all.
     
    The build: 
    AMD Athlon X2 x64 @ 3.3Ghz Biostar A780L Motherboard ATI Radeon HD5770 4GB DDR2 RAM TrendNet TEW-648UBM USB wireless adapter Apple Wired Keyboard The ingredients:
    OS X 10.9 Install DMG (download from the AppStore for free or via a torrent for stable speeds) A working Hackintosh or real Mac Pandora Installer (here) 10.9 AMD kernel (here) 8GB flash drive OPTIONAL: Another 8GB flash drive Kexts needed for your build VoodooHDA Installer (here) System.kext bundle (here) (its called AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2) MyHack (here) Kext Utiliy (here) The reason I use two flash drives is just to save my skin. Hackintosh is not perfect so tiny things can really mess it up. I make a flash drive that is identical to the first one with the installer on. This is just incase anything goes wrong with the first one, and this second one I keep in a safe place in case my Hackintosh messes up for any reason. Its entirely up to you to use the second one, it is not needed for the installer at all.
     
    Also I uploaded the kernel to Zippyshare cause I honestly cannot remember when page I got it from from THIS thread, and it would take forever to find that again.
     
     
    Part 1, easy
     
    I call this part easy since it uses MyHack. I did NOT use MyHack, but everyone has been using it to get Mavericks set up so far. I didn’t use MyHack cause when I did this, the beta wasn’t out yet so it did not work with Mavericks at all. You can follow either path. MyHack is easy to use and ‘should’ work. The second part is slightly harder since I can’t remember what I did exactly. 
     
    Step 1:
     
    Put your flash drive into the Mac and launch disk utility. Format the flash drive with 1 partition, name it anything but make sure its one word for easier access in terminal. Also set the Partition Scheme to GUID, by clicking options near the bottom of the partition screen. Once that is complete you can close Disk Utility for now.
    Launch MyHack DMG and put the app into your applications file. Start the application. It will ask you to select what you want to create. Select install and then select OS X Mavericks (10.9). Then select the USB and it will create a bootable USB. It will ask you a few things before you finish, just select YES or NO, depending on your build.
     
    Step 2:
     
    Open the newly created USB and copy over the following things:
    AMD Kernel (replace mach_kernel) Folder with any extra kexts you made need VoodooHDA PKG installer System.kext from the pack   
    Step 3
     
    Now go to your system and launch the bios. 
     
    Make sure it is set to boot from the USB stick you just created and also make sure the SATA mode is set to AHCI. I don’t know exactly which ‘section’ has the SATA mode.
     
    Step 4:
     
    If all is okay your USB should boot! Press F8 and any key, like space or something, to bring up the chameleon screen. It may also just have very basic text saying ‘Darwin Bootloader’, which is fine too. 
    Now we need to do the flags. My flags will be different to yours if your system is different, they are a good place to start though. 
    -v USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000 -f For the beginning ALWAYS boot with “-v” and “-f”. This enables verbose mode so you see EXACTLY what is happening during the boot process. It also forces the kernel to ignore the kernel cache so it also loads all the kexts properly.
     
    To diagnose booting problems (if it does not get to the installer) please please please post A PICTURE of exactly where it hangs / panics. This will help me / other people get it to go passed that point.
     
    The initial MAY hang at a line about ‘IOBluetooth Controller’. Leave it for at least 3 minutes. If any lines come after it (normally about mounting) you have a graphics problem so boot with “GraphicsEnabler=No”
     
    Step 5:
     
    If all is okay you should get to the installer!
     
    Launch disk utility by clicking on “Utilities” in the menu bar. Format the hard drive you want Mac installed to with a ONE WORD name (its much easier for further steps). Make sure it formats as MAC OS Journaled (extended), and GUID partition table. You can close disk utility and start the install. Be careful not to select the wrong hard drive to install to.
     
    When the installer is complete DON’T DON’T DON’T restart. Load up terminal by clicking “Utilities” in the menu bar again. In terminal type in this exactly:
    cp /mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX  where XXX is the name of your hard drive. If it does not work also try 
    cp mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX. Now you can go ahead and restart.
     
    Step 6:
     
    Go back into your bios utility and choose to boot from the hard drive you just installed Mac to.
     
    If everything went correctly do the same as before, by hitting F8 and spacebar a lot, and it should load the chameleon screen. Enter the same flags you used for install. The same rule applies here, if you hang anywhere / kernel panic just post a picture. It may also hang at “IOBluetooth” again.
     
    Step 7:
     
    If all goes fine, you will be on your Macintosh! Congratulations! We just need to do a bit more before we can fully use this puppy.
     
    Load up system profiler by clicking the apple sign in the menu bar, and select “About this Mac”. Then select “System Profiler” from the dialog. IF your CPU clock is something like 3MHz then we need to replace the System kext. If not, then you’re set (but you can replace it anyway for safe keep).
     
    To do this, launch kext utility and put in your password. Then drag and drop the “System.kext” from the "AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2" zip folder. Wait for it to finish and then reboot.
     
    Step 8:
     
    Now we just need to make boots more seamless
     
    Launch Chameleon Wizard.  Click “org.chameleon.boot.plist” and check any boot flags you need. You can take off “-v”, but for the time being while you install a lot of things, rather keep it on. Also don’t install any themes until you have everything properly set up. Make sure “GUI” is ticked and “Timeout” is greater than 1. Once complete you can save and quit that app.
     
    Step 9:
     
    You can now reboot just to check that all the boot flags are working correctly. If so, you can move onto install VoodooHDA if you don’t have sound working already and anything else that you may need specific to your system.
     
    End:
     
    Congrats! If everything went find you will have a fully working Macintosh install! You can go ahead and update now too (I used the Software Updater). You should replace the kernel on your hard drive with the one from the USB after updating (but before rebooting) just to be safe. If you can ’t see ‘mach_kernel’ in your hard drive open Terminal and type this in:
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true && killall Finder  and to reverse that 
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean false && killall Finder”  As I said in the beginning of this guide, if you have ANY problems please feel free to ask my anything. Post pictures if its anything boot related as that will help me a load to diagnose your issue. Also at the end of this guide is some contact information if you feel the need. I do prefer you asking question publicly as some people may have the same problem as you.
     
     
    Part 2, difficult
     
    The reason I call this part difficult is cause I cannot EXACTLY recall what I did. This is me literally talking out of memory. I am going to re-do what I did, however, as soon as the Mavericks install finishes downloading (again, South African internet is a joke). I will obviously help out as much as I possibly can.
     
    Step 1:
     
    Okay lets get going. For these few steps you are going to need that working Mac. 

    Put your flash drive into the Mac and launch disk utility. Format the flash drive with 1 partition, name it anything but make sure its one word for easier access in terminal. Also set the Partition Scheme to GUID, by clicking options near the bottom of the partition screen. Once that is complete you can close Disk Utility for now.

    Step 2:
     
    Launch the Pandora.app you just downloaded and select Pandora Installer. It MAY ask you to install a specific theme. Just hit 'y' and enter. It will ask for your sudo password so enter it. The machine will restart so make sure you don't have anything running that needs to be saved. Pandora runs in terminal so don't be startled when that opens.
     
    Step 3:
     
    Type 1 in the terminal. Pandora will now ask for your sudo password again, so just enter it. Then type 1. Then type in no. Then type 1. Then drag and drop the OS X 10.9 DMG onto that window. Pandora will now copy the contents of OS X 10.9 to the flash drive. I don't know the steps that follow this step (I need to re-downloaded the Install DMG). It was pretty simple though, but feel free to ask if you get lost.
     
    Step 4:
     
    Copy the AMD kernel you downloaded to the root of the flash drive. It will replace the original mach_kernel so don't worry. Once that is complete we are almost ready to boot! Before you boot, place any kexts that you need for your device in a folder called whatever you want in the root of the flash drive. Also place the VoodooHDA PKG and 'AMD Kernel and REL2.zip' there. This is so you can install them once your system is properly installed.
     
    Step 5:
     
    Now go to your system and launch the bios. 
     
    Make sure it is set to boot from the USB stick you just created and also make sure the SATA mode is set to AHCI. I don’t know exactly which ‘section’ has the SATA mode.
     
    Step 6:
     
    If all is okay your USB should boot! Press F8 and any key, like space or something, to bring up the chameleon screen. It may also just have very basic text saying ‘Darwin Bootloader’, which is fine too. 
    Now we need to do the flags. My flags will be different to yours if your system is different, they are a good place to start though. 
     
    -v USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000 -f
     
    For the beginning ALWAYS boot with “-v” and “-f”. This enables verbose mode so you see EXACTLY what is happening during the boot process. It also forces the kernel to ignore the kernel cache so it also loads all the kexts properly.
     
    To diagnose booting problems (if it does not get to the installer) please please please post A PICTURE of exactly where it hangs / panics. This will help me / other people get it to go passed that point.
     
    The initial MAY hang at a line about ‘IOBluetooth Controller’. Leave it for at least 3 minutes. If any lines come after it (normally about mounting) you have a graphics problem so boot with “GraphicsEnabler=No”
     
    Step 7:
     
    If all is okay you should get to the installer!
     
    Launch disk utility by clicking on “Utilities” in the menu bar. Format the hard drive you want Mac installed to with a ONE WORD name (its much easier for further steps). Make sure it formats as MAC OS Journaled (extended), and GUID partition table. You can close disk utility and start the install. Be careful not to select the wrong hard drive to install to.
     
    When the installer is complete DON’T DON’T DON’T restart. Load up terminal by clicking “Utilities” in the menu bar again. In terminal type in this exactly:
    cp /mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX  where XXX is the name of your hard drive. If it does not work also try 
    cp mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX Now you can go ahead and restart.
     
    Step 8:
     
    Go back into your bios utility and choose to boot from the hard drive you just installed Mac to.
     
    If everything went correctly do the same as before, by hitting F8 and spacebar a lot, and it should load the chameleon screen. Enter the same flags you used for install. The same rule applies here, if you hang anywhere / kernel panic just post a picture. It may also hang at “IOBluetooth” again.
     
    Step 9:
     
    If all goes fine, you will be on your Macintosh! Congratulations! We just need to do a bit more before we can fully use this puppy.
     
    Load up system profiler by clicking the apple sign in the menu bar, and select “About this Mac”. Then select “System Profiler” from the dialog. IF your CPU clock is something like 3MHz then we need to replace the System kext. If not, then you’re set (but you can replace it anyway for safe keep).
     
    To do this, launch kext utility and put in your password. Then drag and drop the “System.kext” from the "AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2" zip folder. Wait for it to finish and then reboot.
     
    Step 10:
     
    Now we just need to make boots more seamless
     
    Launch Chameleon Wizard.  Click “org.chameleon.boot.plist” and check any boot flags you need. You can take off “-v”, but for the time being while you install a lot of things, rather keep it on. Also don’t install any themes until you have everything properly set up. Make sure “GUI” is ticked and “Timeout” is greater than 1. Once complete you can save and quit that app.
     
    Step 11:
     
    You can now reboot just to check that all the boot flags are working correctly. If so, you can move onto install VoodooHDA if you don’t have sound working already and anything else that you may need specific to your system.
     
    End:
     
    Congrats! If everything went find you will have a fully working Macintosh install! You can go ahead and update now too (I used the Software Updater). You should replace the kernel on your hard drive with the one from the USB after updating (but before rebooting) just to be safe. If you can ’t see ‘mach_kernel’ in your hard drive open Terminal and type this in:
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true && killall Finder  and to reverse that 
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean false && killall Finder Credits and Contact
     
    Credits go to the guys here at Insanely. Honestly you guys have helped way more than I (and probably anyone) could ever imagine. Also huge thanks to Sinetek, Bronya, Andy, Connattic, and others for their amazing work on the kernel.

    Feel free to contact me on:

    Email: chris@bojomedia.co.uk
    Steam: charlietraplin
    Skype: chrismetheridge
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from gils83 in [GUIDE]AMD ATHLON X2 x6 with Mavericks (10.9.1)   
    This is my third guide and I finally know my way pretty damn well around Hackintoshes. My latest build has Mavericks working almost perfectly (very minor graphical glitches and no iCoud). I decided to make a guide because there are lots of AMD users dying to get their hands on Mavericks working properly.
     
    Before before we start, please don’t hesitate to ask any questions. This guide isn’t anything perfect so I do understand if you get lost. I’ve tried my best to correctly put everything you may need in. I will be able to help a lot though so don’t worry if you get lost. 
     
    Before we start:
     
    This build involves 2 hard drives, OS X being on one and Windows being on the other for dual booting. I have not yet been successful with OS X and Windows on the same hard drive. If you have only one hard drive you can follow this guide to install OS X and then maybe try the dual boot yourself outside the guide. As I said, I don't know how to do this so won't be able to help at all.
     
    The build: 
    AMD Athlon X2 x64 @ 3.3Ghz Biostar A780L Motherboard ATI Radeon HD5770 4GB DDR2 RAM TrendNet TEW-648UBM USB wireless adapter Apple Wired Keyboard The ingredients:
    OS X 10.9 Install DMG (download from the AppStore for free or via a torrent for stable speeds) A working Hackintosh or real Mac Pandora Installer (here) 10.9 AMD kernel (here) 8GB flash drive OPTIONAL: Another 8GB flash drive Kexts needed for your build VoodooHDA Installer (here) System.kext bundle (here) (its called AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2) MyHack (here) Kext Utiliy (here) The reason I use two flash drives is just to save my skin. Hackintosh is not perfect so tiny things can really mess it up. I make a flash drive that is identical to the first one with the installer on. This is just incase anything goes wrong with the first one, and this second one I keep in a safe place in case my Hackintosh messes up for any reason. Its entirely up to you to use the second one, it is not needed for the installer at all.
     
    Also I uploaded the kernel to Zippyshare cause I honestly cannot remember when page I got it from from THIS thread, and it would take forever to find that again.
     
     
    Part 1, easy
     
    I call this part easy since it uses MyHack. I did NOT use MyHack, but everyone has been using it to get Mavericks set up so far. I didn’t use MyHack cause when I did this, the beta wasn’t out yet so it did not work with Mavericks at all. You can follow either path. MyHack is easy to use and ‘should’ work. The second part is slightly harder since I can’t remember what I did exactly. 
     
    Step 1:
     
    Put your flash drive into the Mac and launch disk utility. Format the flash drive with 1 partition, name it anything but make sure its one word for easier access in terminal. Also set the Partition Scheme to GUID, by clicking options near the bottom of the partition screen. Once that is complete you can close Disk Utility for now.
    Launch MyHack DMG and put the app into your applications file. Start the application. It will ask you to select what you want to create. Select install and then select OS X Mavericks (10.9). Then select the USB and it will create a bootable USB. It will ask you a few things before you finish, just select YES or NO, depending on your build.
     
    Step 2:
     
    Open the newly created USB and copy over the following things:
    AMD Kernel (replace mach_kernel) Folder with any extra kexts you made need VoodooHDA PKG installer System.kext from the pack   
    Step 3
     
    Now go to your system and launch the bios. 
     
    Make sure it is set to boot from the USB stick you just created and also make sure the SATA mode is set to AHCI. I don’t know exactly which ‘section’ has the SATA mode.
     
    Step 4:
     
    If all is okay your USB should boot! Press F8 and any key, like space or something, to bring up the chameleon screen. It may also just have very basic text saying ‘Darwin Bootloader’, which is fine too. 
    Now we need to do the flags. My flags will be different to yours if your system is different, they are a good place to start though. 
    -v USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000 -f For the beginning ALWAYS boot with “-v” and “-f”. This enables verbose mode so you see EXACTLY what is happening during the boot process. It also forces the kernel to ignore the kernel cache so it also loads all the kexts properly.
     
    To diagnose booting problems (if it does not get to the installer) please please please post A PICTURE of exactly where it hangs / panics. This will help me / other people get it to go passed that point.
     
    The initial MAY hang at a line about ‘IOBluetooth Controller’. Leave it for at least 3 minutes. If any lines come after it (normally about mounting) you have a graphics problem so boot with “GraphicsEnabler=No”
     
    Step 5:
     
    If all is okay you should get to the installer!
     
    Launch disk utility by clicking on “Utilities” in the menu bar. Format the hard drive you want Mac installed to with a ONE WORD name (its much easier for further steps). Make sure it formats as MAC OS Journaled (extended), and GUID partition table. You can close disk utility and start the install. Be careful not to select the wrong hard drive to install to.
     
    When the installer is complete DON’T DON’T DON’T restart. Load up terminal by clicking “Utilities” in the menu bar again. In terminal type in this exactly:
    cp /mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX  where XXX is the name of your hard drive. If it does not work also try 
    cp mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX. Now you can go ahead and restart.
     
    Step 6:
     
    Go back into your bios utility and choose to boot from the hard drive you just installed Mac to.
     
    If everything went correctly do the same as before, by hitting F8 and spacebar a lot, and it should load the chameleon screen. Enter the same flags you used for install. The same rule applies here, if you hang anywhere / kernel panic just post a picture. It may also hang at “IOBluetooth” again.
     
    Step 7:
     
    If all goes fine, you will be on your Macintosh! Congratulations! We just need to do a bit more before we can fully use this puppy.
     
    Load up system profiler by clicking the apple sign in the menu bar, and select “About this Mac”. Then select “System Profiler” from the dialog. IF your CPU clock is something like 3MHz then we need to replace the System kext. If not, then you’re set (but you can replace it anyway for safe keep).
     
    To do this, launch kext utility and put in your password. Then drag and drop the “System.kext” from the "AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2" zip folder. Wait for it to finish and then reboot.
     
    Step 8:
     
    Now we just need to make boots more seamless
     
    Launch Chameleon Wizard.  Click “org.chameleon.boot.plist” and check any boot flags you need. You can take off “-v”, but for the time being while you install a lot of things, rather keep it on. Also don’t install any themes until you have everything properly set up. Make sure “GUI” is ticked and “Timeout” is greater than 1. Once complete you can save and quit that app.
     
    Step 9:
     
    You can now reboot just to check that all the boot flags are working correctly. If so, you can move onto install VoodooHDA if you don’t have sound working already and anything else that you may need specific to your system.
     
    End:
     
    Congrats! If everything went find you will have a fully working Macintosh install! You can go ahead and update now too (I used the Software Updater). You should replace the kernel on your hard drive with the one from the USB after updating (but before rebooting) just to be safe. If you can ’t see ‘mach_kernel’ in your hard drive open Terminal and type this in:
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true && killall Finder  and to reverse that 
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean false && killall Finder”  As I said in the beginning of this guide, if you have ANY problems please feel free to ask my anything. Post pictures if its anything boot related as that will help me a load to diagnose your issue. Also at the end of this guide is some contact information if you feel the need. I do prefer you asking question publicly as some people may have the same problem as you.
     
     
    Part 2, difficult
     
    The reason I call this part difficult is cause I cannot EXACTLY recall what I did. This is me literally talking out of memory. I am going to re-do what I did, however, as soon as the Mavericks install finishes downloading (again, South African internet is a joke). I will obviously help out as much as I possibly can.
     
    Step 1:
     
    Okay lets get going. For these few steps you are going to need that working Mac. 

    Put your flash drive into the Mac and launch disk utility. Format the flash drive with 1 partition, name it anything but make sure its one word for easier access in terminal. Also set the Partition Scheme to GUID, by clicking options near the bottom of the partition screen. Once that is complete you can close Disk Utility for now.

    Step 2:
     
    Launch the Pandora.app you just downloaded and select Pandora Installer. It MAY ask you to install a specific theme. Just hit 'y' and enter. It will ask for your sudo password so enter it. The machine will restart so make sure you don't have anything running that needs to be saved. Pandora runs in terminal so don't be startled when that opens.
     
    Step 3:
     
    Type 1 in the terminal. Pandora will now ask for your sudo password again, so just enter it. Then type 1. Then type in no. Then type 1. Then drag and drop the OS X 10.9 DMG onto that window. Pandora will now copy the contents of OS X 10.9 to the flash drive. I don't know the steps that follow this step (I need to re-downloaded the Install DMG). It was pretty simple though, but feel free to ask if you get lost.
     
    Step 4:
     
    Copy the AMD kernel you downloaded to the root of the flash drive. It will replace the original mach_kernel so don't worry. Once that is complete we are almost ready to boot! Before you boot, place any kexts that you need for your device in a folder called whatever you want in the root of the flash drive. Also place the VoodooHDA PKG and 'AMD Kernel and REL2.zip' there. This is so you can install them once your system is properly installed.
     
    Step 5:
     
    Now go to your system and launch the bios. 
     
    Make sure it is set to boot from the USB stick you just created and also make sure the SATA mode is set to AHCI. I don’t know exactly which ‘section’ has the SATA mode.
     
    Step 6:
     
    If all is okay your USB should boot! Press F8 and any key, like space or something, to bring up the chameleon screen. It may also just have very basic text saying ‘Darwin Bootloader’, which is fine too. 
    Now we need to do the flags. My flags will be different to yours if your system is different, they are a good place to start though. 
     
    -v USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000 -f
     
    For the beginning ALWAYS boot with “-v” and “-f”. This enables verbose mode so you see EXACTLY what is happening during the boot process. It also forces the kernel to ignore the kernel cache so it also loads all the kexts properly.
     
    To diagnose booting problems (if it does not get to the installer) please please please post A PICTURE of exactly where it hangs / panics. This will help me / other people get it to go passed that point.
     
    The initial MAY hang at a line about ‘IOBluetooth Controller’. Leave it for at least 3 minutes. If any lines come after it (normally about mounting) you have a graphics problem so boot with “GraphicsEnabler=No”
     
    Step 7:
     
    If all is okay you should get to the installer!
     
    Launch disk utility by clicking on “Utilities” in the menu bar. Format the hard drive you want Mac installed to with a ONE WORD name (its much easier for further steps). Make sure it formats as MAC OS Journaled (extended), and GUID partition table. You can close disk utility and start the install. Be careful not to select the wrong hard drive to install to.
     
    When the installer is complete DON’T DON’T DON’T restart. Load up terminal by clicking “Utilities” in the menu bar again. In terminal type in this exactly:
    cp /mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX  where XXX is the name of your hard drive. If it does not work also try 
    cp mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX Now you can go ahead and restart.
     
    Step 8:
     
    Go back into your bios utility and choose to boot from the hard drive you just installed Mac to.
     
    If everything went correctly do the same as before, by hitting F8 and spacebar a lot, and it should load the chameleon screen. Enter the same flags you used for install. The same rule applies here, if you hang anywhere / kernel panic just post a picture. It may also hang at “IOBluetooth” again.
     
    Step 9:
     
    If all goes fine, you will be on your Macintosh! Congratulations! We just need to do a bit more before we can fully use this puppy.
     
    Load up system profiler by clicking the apple sign in the menu bar, and select “About this Mac”. Then select “System Profiler” from the dialog. IF your CPU clock is something like 3MHz then we need to replace the System kext. If not, then you’re set (but you can replace it anyway for safe keep).
     
    To do this, launch kext utility and put in your password. Then drag and drop the “System.kext” from the "AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2" zip folder. Wait for it to finish and then reboot.
     
    Step 10:
     
    Now we just need to make boots more seamless
     
    Launch Chameleon Wizard.  Click “org.chameleon.boot.plist” and check any boot flags you need. You can take off “-v”, but for the time being while you install a lot of things, rather keep it on. Also don’t install any themes until you have everything properly set up. Make sure “GUI” is ticked and “Timeout” is greater than 1. Once complete you can save and quit that app.
     
    Step 11:
     
    You can now reboot just to check that all the boot flags are working correctly. If so, you can move onto install VoodooHDA if you don’t have sound working already and anything else that you may need specific to your system.
     
    End:
     
    Congrats! If everything went find you will have a fully working Macintosh install! You can go ahead and update now too (I used the Software Updater). You should replace the kernel on your hard drive with the one from the USB after updating (but before rebooting) just to be safe. If you can ’t see ‘mach_kernel’ in your hard drive open Terminal and type this in:
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true && killall Finder  and to reverse that 
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean false && killall Finder Credits and Contact
     
    Credits go to the guys here at Insanely. Honestly you guys have helped way more than I (and probably anyone) could ever imagine. Also huge thanks to Sinetek, Bronya, Andy, Connattic, and others for their amazing work on the kernel.

    Feel free to contact me on:

    Email: chris@bojomedia.co.uk
    Steam: charlietraplin
    Skype: chrismetheridge
  4. Like
    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from gils83 in [GUIDE]AMD ATHLON X2 x6 with Mavericks (10.9.1)   
    This is my third guide and I finally know my way pretty damn well around Hackintoshes. My latest build has Mavericks working almost perfectly (very minor graphical glitches and no iCoud). I decided to make a guide because there are lots of AMD users dying to get their hands on Mavericks working properly.
     
    Before before we start, please don’t hesitate to ask any questions. This guide isn’t anything perfect so I do understand if you get lost. I’ve tried my best to correctly put everything you may need in. I will be able to help a lot though so don’t worry if you get lost. 
     
    Before we start:
     
    This build involves 2 hard drives, OS X being on one and Windows being on the other for dual booting. I have not yet been successful with OS X and Windows on the same hard drive. If you have only one hard drive you can follow this guide to install OS X and then maybe try the dual boot yourself outside the guide. As I said, I don't know how to do this so won't be able to help at all.
     
    The build: 
    AMD Athlon X2 x64 @ 3.3Ghz Biostar A780L Motherboard ATI Radeon HD5770 4GB DDR2 RAM TrendNet TEW-648UBM USB wireless adapter Apple Wired Keyboard The ingredients:
    OS X 10.9 Install DMG (download from the AppStore for free or via a torrent for stable speeds) A working Hackintosh or real Mac Pandora Installer (here) 10.9 AMD kernel (here) 8GB flash drive OPTIONAL: Another 8GB flash drive Kexts needed for your build VoodooHDA Installer (here) System.kext bundle (here) (its called AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2) MyHack (here) Kext Utiliy (here) The reason I use two flash drives is just to save my skin. Hackintosh is not perfect so tiny things can really mess it up. I make a flash drive that is identical to the first one with the installer on. This is just incase anything goes wrong with the first one, and this second one I keep in a safe place in case my Hackintosh messes up for any reason. Its entirely up to you to use the second one, it is not needed for the installer at all.
     
    Also I uploaded the kernel to Zippyshare cause I honestly cannot remember when page I got it from from THIS thread, and it would take forever to find that again.
     
     
    Part 1, easy
     
    I call this part easy since it uses MyHack. I did NOT use MyHack, but everyone has been using it to get Mavericks set up so far. I didn’t use MyHack cause when I did this, the beta wasn’t out yet so it did not work with Mavericks at all. You can follow either path. MyHack is easy to use and ‘should’ work. The second part is slightly harder since I can’t remember what I did exactly. 
     
    Step 1:
     
    Put your flash drive into the Mac and launch disk utility. Format the flash drive with 1 partition, name it anything but make sure its one word for easier access in terminal. Also set the Partition Scheme to GUID, by clicking options near the bottom of the partition screen. Once that is complete you can close Disk Utility for now.
    Launch MyHack DMG and put the app into your applications file. Start the application. It will ask you to select what you want to create. Select install and then select OS X Mavericks (10.9). Then select the USB and it will create a bootable USB. It will ask you a few things before you finish, just select YES or NO, depending on your build.
     
    Step 2:
     
    Open the newly created USB and copy over the following things:
    AMD Kernel (replace mach_kernel) Folder with any extra kexts you made need VoodooHDA PKG installer System.kext from the pack   
    Step 3
     
    Now go to your system and launch the bios. 
     
    Make sure it is set to boot from the USB stick you just created and also make sure the SATA mode is set to AHCI. I don’t know exactly which ‘section’ has the SATA mode.
     
    Step 4:
     
    If all is okay your USB should boot! Press F8 and any key, like space or something, to bring up the chameleon screen. It may also just have very basic text saying ‘Darwin Bootloader’, which is fine too. 
    Now we need to do the flags. My flags will be different to yours if your system is different, they are a good place to start though. 
    -v USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000 -f For the beginning ALWAYS boot with “-v” and “-f”. This enables verbose mode so you see EXACTLY what is happening during the boot process. It also forces the kernel to ignore the kernel cache so it also loads all the kexts properly.
     
    To diagnose booting problems (if it does not get to the installer) please please please post A PICTURE of exactly where it hangs / panics. This will help me / other people get it to go passed that point.
     
    The initial MAY hang at a line about ‘IOBluetooth Controller’. Leave it for at least 3 minutes. If any lines come after it (normally about mounting) you have a graphics problem so boot with “GraphicsEnabler=No”
     
    Step 5:
     
    If all is okay you should get to the installer!
     
    Launch disk utility by clicking on “Utilities” in the menu bar. Format the hard drive you want Mac installed to with a ONE WORD name (its much easier for further steps). Make sure it formats as MAC OS Journaled (extended), and GUID partition table. You can close disk utility and start the install. Be careful not to select the wrong hard drive to install to.
     
    When the installer is complete DON’T DON’T DON’T restart. Load up terminal by clicking “Utilities” in the menu bar again. In terminal type in this exactly:
    cp /mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX  where XXX is the name of your hard drive. If it does not work also try 
    cp mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX. Now you can go ahead and restart.
     
    Step 6:
     
    Go back into your bios utility and choose to boot from the hard drive you just installed Mac to.
     
    If everything went correctly do the same as before, by hitting F8 and spacebar a lot, and it should load the chameleon screen. Enter the same flags you used for install. The same rule applies here, if you hang anywhere / kernel panic just post a picture. It may also hang at “IOBluetooth” again.
     
    Step 7:
     
    If all goes fine, you will be on your Macintosh! Congratulations! We just need to do a bit more before we can fully use this puppy.
     
    Load up system profiler by clicking the apple sign in the menu bar, and select “About this Mac”. Then select “System Profiler” from the dialog. IF your CPU clock is something like 3MHz then we need to replace the System kext. If not, then you’re set (but you can replace it anyway for safe keep).
     
    To do this, launch kext utility and put in your password. Then drag and drop the “System.kext” from the "AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2" zip folder. Wait for it to finish and then reboot.
     
    Step 8:
     
    Now we just need to make boots more seamless
     
    Launch Chameleon Wizard.  Click “org.chameleon.boot.plist” and check any boot flags you need. You can take off “-v”, but for the time being while you install a lot of things, rather keep it on. Also don’t install any themes until you have everything properly set up. Make sure “GUI” is ticked and “Timeout” is greater than 1. Once complete you can save and quit that app.
     
    Step 9:
     
    You can now reboot just to check that all the boot flags are working correctly. If so, you can move onto install VoodooHDA if you don’t have sound working already and anything else that you may need specific to your system.
     
    End:
     
    Congrats! If everything went find you will have a fully working Macintosh install! You can go ahead and update now too (I used the Software Updater). You should replace the kernel on your hard drive with the one from the USB after updating (but before rebooting) just to be safe. If you can ’t see ‘mach_kernel’ in your hard drive open Terminal and type this in:
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true && killall Finder  and to reverse that 
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean false && killall Finder”  As I said in the beginning of this guide, if you have ANY problems please feel free to ask my anything. Post pictures if its anything boot related as that will help me a load to diagnose your issue. Also at the end of this guide is some contact information if you feel the need. I do prefer you asking question publicly as some people may have the same problem as you.
     
     
    Part 2, difficult
     
    The reason I call this part difficult is cause I cannot EXACTLY recall what I did. This is me literally talking out of memory. I am going to re-do what I did, however, as soon as the Mavericks install finishes downloading (again, South African internet is a joke). I will obviously help out as much as I possibly can.
     
    Step 1:
     
    Okay lets get going. For these few steps you are going to need that working Mac. 

    Put your flash drive into the Mac and launch disk utility. Format the flash drive with 1 partition, name it anything but make sure its one word for easier access in terminal. Also set the Partition Scheme to GUID, by clicking options near the bottom of the partition screen. Once that is complete you can close Disk Utility for now.

    Step 2:
     
    Launch the Pandora.app you just downloaded and select Pandora Installer. It MAY ask you to install a specific theme. Just hit 'y' and enter. It will ask for your sudo password so enter it. The machine will restart so make sure you don't have anything running that needs to be saved. Pandora runs in terminal so don't be startled when that opens.
     
    Step 3:
     
    Type 1 in the terminal. Pandora will now ask for your sudo password again, so just enter it. Then type 1. Then type in no. Then type 1. Then drag and drop the OS X 10.9 DMG onto that window. Pandora will now copy the contents of OS X 10.9 to the flash drive. I don't know the steps that follow this step (I need to re-downloaded the Install DMG). It was pretty simple though, but feel free to ask if you get lost.
     
    Step 4:
     
    Copy the AMD kernel you downloaded to the root of the flash drive. It will replace the original mach_kernel so don't worry. Once that is complete we are almost ready to boot! Before you boot, place any kexts that you need for your device in a folder called whatever you want in the root of the flash drive. Also place the VoodooHDA PKG and 'AMD Kernel and REL2.zip' there. This is so you can install them once your system is properly installed.
     
    Step 5:
     
    Now go to your system and launch the bios. 
     
    Make sure it is set to boot from the USB stick you just created and also make sure the SATA mode is set to AHCI. I don’t know exactly which ‘section’ has the SATA mode.
     
    Step 6:
     
    If all is okay your USB should boot! Press F8 and any key, like space or something, to bring up the chameleon screen. It may also just have very basic text saying ‘Darwin Bootloader’, which is fine too. 
    Now we need to do the flags. My flags will be different to yours if your system is different, they are a good place to start though. 
     
    -v USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000 -f
     
    For the beginning ALWAYS boot with “-v” and “-f”. This enables verbose mode so you see EXACTLY what is happening during the boot process. It also forces the kernel to ignore the kernel cache so it also loads all the kexts properly.
     
    To diagnose booting problems (if it does not get to the installer) please please please post A PICTURE of exactly where it hangs / panics. This will help me / other people get it to go passed that point.
     
    The initial MAY hang at a line about ‘IOBluetooth Controller’. Leave it for at least 3 minutes. If any lines come after it (normally about mounting) you have a graphics problem so boot with “GraphicsEnabler=No”
     
    Step 7:
     
    If all is okay you should get to the installer!
     
    Launch disk utility by clicking on “Utilities” in the menu bar. Format the hard drive you want Mac installed to with a ONE WORD name (its much easier for further steps). Make sure it formats as MAC OS Journaled (extended), and GUID partition table. You can close disk utility and start the install. Be careful not to select the wrong hard drive to install to.
     
    When the installer is complete DON’T DON’T DON’T restart. Load up terminal by clicking “Utilities” in the menu bar again. In terminal type in this exactly:
    cp /mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX  where XXX is the name of your hard drive. If it does not work also try 
    cp mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX Now you can go ahead and restart.
     
    Step 8:
     
    Go back into your bios utility and choose to boot from the hard drive you just installed Mac to.
     
    If everything went correctly do the same as before, by hitting F8 and spacebar a lot, and it should load the chameleon screen. Enter the same flags you used for install. The same rule applies here, if you hang anywhere / kernel panic just post a picture. It may also hang at “IOBluetooth” again.
     
    Step 9:
     
    If all goes fine, you will be on your Macintosh! Congratulations! We just need to do a bit more before we can fully use this puppy.
     
    Load up system profiler by clicking the apple sign in the menu bar, and select “About this Mac”. Then select “System Profiler” from the dialog. IF your CPU clock is something like 3MHz then we need to replace the System kext. If not, then you’re set (but you can replace it anyway for safe keep).
     
    To do this, launch kext utility and put in your password. Then drag and drop the “System.kext” from the "AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2" zip folder. Wait for it to finish and then reboot.
     
    Step 10:
     
    Now we just need to make boots more seamless
     
    Launch Chameleon Wizard.  Click “org.chameleon.boot.plist” and check any boot flags you need. You can take off “-v”, but for the time being while you install a lot of things, rather keep it on. Also don’t install any themes until you have everything properly set up. Make sure “GUI” is ticked and “Timeout” is greater than 1. Once complete you can save and quit that app.
     
    Step 11:
     
    You can now reboot just to check that all the boot flags are working correctly. If so, you can move onto install VoodooHDA if you don’t have sound working already and anything else that you may need specific to your system.
     
    End:
     
    Congrats! If everything went find you will have a fully working Macintosh install! You can go ahead and update now too (I used the Software Updater). You should replace the kernel on your hard drive with the one from the USB after updating (but before rebooting) just to be safe. If you can ’t see ‘mach_kernel’ in your hard drive open Terminal and type this in:
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true && killall Finder  and to reverse that 
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean false && killall Finder Credits and Contact
     
    Credits go to the guys here at Insanely. Honestly you guys have helped way more than I (and probably anyone) could ever imagine. Also huge thanks to Sinetek, Bronya, Andy, Connattic, and others for their amazing work on the kernel.

    Feel free to contact me on:

    Email: chris@bojomedia.co.uk
    Steam: charlietraplin
    Skype: chrismetheridge
  5. Like
    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from gils83 in [GUIDE]AMD ATHLON X2 x6 with Mavericks (10.9.1)   
    This is my third guide and I finally know my way pretty damn well around Hackintoshes. My latest build has Mavericks working almost perfectly (very minor graphical glitches and no iCoud). I decided to make a guide because there are lots of AMD users dying to get their hands on Mavericks working properly.
     
    Before before we start, please don’t hesitate to ask any questions. This guide isn’t anything perfect so I do understand if you get lost. I’ve tried my best to correctly put everything you may need in. I will be able to help a lot though so don’t worry if you get lost. 
     
    Before we start:
     
    This build involves 2 hard drives, OS X being on one and Windows being on the other for dual booting. I have not yet been successful with OS X and Windows on the same hard drive. If you have only one hard drive you can follow this guide to install OS X and then maybe try the dual boot yourself outside the guide. As I said, I don't know how to do this so won't be able to help at all.
     
    The build: 
    AMD Athlon X2 x64 @ 3.3Ghz Biostar A780L Motherboard ATI Radeon HD5770 4GB DDR2 RAM TrendNet TEW-648UBM USB wireless adapter Apple Wired Keyboard The ingredients:
    OS X 10.9 Install DMG (download from the AppStore for free or via a torrent for stable speeds) A working Hackintosh or real Mac Pandora Installer (here) 10.9 AMD kernel (here) 8GB flash drive OPTIONAL: Another 8GB flash drive Kexts needed for your build VoodooHDA Installer (here) System.kext bundle (here) (its called AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2) MyHack (here) Kext Utiliy (here) The reason I use two flash drives is just to save my skin. Hackintosh is not perfect so tiny things can really mess it up. I make a flash drive that is identical to the first one with the installer on. This is just incase anything goes wrong with the first one, and this second one I keep in a safe place in case my Hackintosh messes up for any reason. Its entirely up to you to use the second one, it is not needed for the installer at all.
     
    Also I uploaded the kernel to Zippyshare cause I honestly cannot remember when page I got it from from THIS thread, and it would take forever to find that again.
     
     
    Part 1, easy
     
    I call this part easy since it uses MyHack. I did NOT use MyHack, but everyone has been using it to get Mavericks set up so far. I didn’t use MyHack cause when I did this, the beta wasn’t out yet so it did not work with Mavericks at all. You can follow either path. MyHack is easy to use and ‘should’ work. The second part is slightly harder since I can’t remember what I did exactly. 
     
    Step 1:
     
    Put your flash drive into the Mac and launch disk utility. Format the flash drive with 1 partition, name it anything but make sure its one word for easier access in terminal. Also set the Partition Scheme to GUID, by clicking options near the bottom of the partition screen. Once that is complete you can close Disk Utility for now.
    Launch MyHack DMG and put the app into your applications file. Start the application. It will ask you to select what you want to create. Select install and then select OS X Mavericks (10.9). Then select the USB and it will create a bootable USB. It will ask you a few things before you finish, just select YES or NO, depending on your build.
     
    Step 2:
     
    Open the newly created USB and copy over the following things:
    AMD Kernel (replace mach_kernel) Folder with any extra kexts you made need VoodooHDA PKG installer System.kext from the pack   
    Step 3
     
    Now go to your system and launch the bios. 
     
    Make sure it is set to boot from the USB stick you just created and also make sure the SATA mode is set to AHCI. I don’t know exactly which ‘section’ has the SATA mode.
     
    Step 4:
     
    If all is okay your USB should boot! Press F8 and any key, like space or something, to bring up the chameleon screen. It may also just have very basic text saying ‘Darwin Bootloader’, which is fine too. 
    Now we need to do the flags. My flags will be different to yours if your system is different, they are a good place to start though. 
    -v USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000 -f For the beginning ALWAYS boot with “-v” and “-f”. This enables verbose mode so you see EXACTLY what is happening during the boot process. It also forces the kernel to ignore the kernel cache so it also loads all the kexts properly.
     
    To diagnose booting problems (if it does not get to the installer) please please please post A PICTURE of exactly where it hangs / panics. This will help me / other people get it to go passed that point.
     
    The initial MAY hang at a line about ‘IOBluetooth Controller’. Leave it for at least 3 minutes. If any lines come after it (normally about mounting) you have a graphics problem so boot with “GraphicsEnabler=No”
     
    Step 5:
     
    If all is okay you should get to the installer!
     
    Launch disk utility by clicking on “Utilities” in the menu bar. Format the hard drive you want Mac installed to with a ONE WORD name (its much easier for further steps). Make sure it formats as MAC OS Journaled (extended), and GUID partition table. You can close disk utility and start the install. Be careful not to select the wrong hard drive to install to.
     
    When the installer is complete DON’T DON’T DON’T restart. Load up terminal by clicking “Utilities” in the menu bar again. In terminal type in this exactly:
    cp /mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX  where XXX is the name of your hard drive. If it does not work also try 
    cp mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX. Now you can go ahead and restart.
     
    Step 6:
     
    Go back into your bios utility and choose to boot from the hard drive you just installed Mac to.
     
    If everything went correctly do the same as before, by hitting F8 and spacebar a lot, and it should load the chameleon screen. Enter the same flags you used for install. The same rule applies here, if you hang anywhere / kernel panic just post a picture. It may also hang at “IOBluetooth” again.
     
    Step 7:
     
    If all goes fine, you will be on your Macintosh! Congratulations! We just need to do a bit more before we can fully use this puppy.
     
    Load up system profiler by clicking the apple sign in the menu bar, and select “About this Mac”. Then select “System Profiler” from the dialog. IF your CPU clock is something like 3MHz then we need to replace the System kext. If not, then you’re set (but you can replace it anyway for safe keep).
     
    To do this, launch kext utility and put in your password. Then drag and drop the “System.kext” from the "AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2" zip folder. Wait for it to finish and then reboot.
     
    Step 8:
     
    Now we just need to make boots more seamless
     
    Launch Chameleon Wizard.  Click “org.chameleon.boot.plist” and check any boot flags you need. You can take off “-v”, but for the time being while you install a lot of things, rather keep it on. Also don’t install any themes until you have everything properly set up. Make sure “GUI” is ticked and “Timeout” is greater than 1. Once complete you can save and quit that app.
     
    Step 9:
     
    You can now reboot just to check that all the boot flags are working correctly. If so, you can move onto install VoodooHDA if you don’t have sound working already and anything else that you may need specific to your system.
     
    End:
     
    Congrats! If everything went find you will have a fully working Macintosh install! You can go ahead and update now too (I used the Software Updater). You should replace the kernel on your hard drive with the one from the USB after updating (but before rebooting) just to be safe. If you can ’t see ‘mach_kernel’ in your hard drive open Terminal and type this in:
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true && killall Finder  and to reverse that 
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean false && killall Finder”  As I said in the beginning of this guide, if you have ANY problems please feel free to ask my anything. Post pictures if its anything boot related as that will help me a load to diagnose your issue. Also at the end of this guide is some contact information if you feel the need. I do prefer you asking question publicly as some people may have the same problem as you.
     
     
    Part 2, difficult
     
    The reason I call this part difficult is cause I cannot EXACTLY recall what I did. This is me literally talking out of memory. I am going to re-do what I did, however, as soon as the Mavericks install finishes downloading (again, South African internet is a joke). I will obviously help out as much as I possibly can.
     
    Step 1:
     
    Okay lets get going. For these few steps you are going to need that working Mac. 

    Put your flash drive into the Mac and launch disk utility. Format the flash drive with 1 partition, name it anything but make sure its one word for easier access in terminal. Also set the Partition Scheme to GUID, by clicking options near the bottom of the partition screen. Once that is complete you can close Disk Utility for now.

    Step 2:
     
    Launch the Pandora.app you just downloaded and select Pandora Installer. It MAY ask you to install a specific theme. Just hit 'y' and enter. It will ask for your sudo password so enter it. The machine will restart so make sure you don't have anything running that needs to be saved. Pandora runs in terminal so don't be startled when that opens.
     
    Step 3:
     
    Type 1 in the terminal. Pandora will now ask for your sudo password again, so just enter it. Then type 1. Then type in no. Then type 1. Then drag and drop the OS X 10.9 DMG onto that window. Pandora will now copy the contents of OS X 10.9 to the flash drive. I don't know the steps that follow this step (I need to re-downloaded the Install DMG). It was pretty simple though, but feel free to ask if you get lost.
     
    Step 4:
     
    Copy the AMD kernel you downloaded to the root of the flash drive. It will replace the original mach_kernel so don't worry. Once that is complete we are almost ready to boot! Before you boot, place any kexts that you need for your device in a folder called whatever you want in the root of the flash drive. Also place the VoodooHDA PKG and 'AMD Kernel and REL2.zip' there. This is so you can install them once your system is properly installed.
     
    Step 5:
     
    Now go to your system and launch the bios. 
     
    Make sure it is set to boot from the USB stick you just created and also make sure the SATA mode is set to AHCI. I don’t know exactly which ‘section’ has the SATA mode.
     
    Step 6:
     
    If all is okay your USB should boot! Press F8 and any key, like space or something, to bring up the chameleon screen. It may also just have very basic text saying ‘Darwin Bootloader’, which is fine too. 
    Now we need to do the flags. My flags will be different to yours if your system is different, they are a good place to start though. 
     
    -v USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000 -f
     
    For the beginning ALWAYS boot with “-v” and “-f”. This enables verbose mode so you see EXACTLY what is happening during the boot process. It also forces the kernel to ignore the kernel cache so it also loads all the kexts properly.
     
    To diagnose booting problems (if it does not get to the installer) please please please post A PICTURE of exactly where it hangs / panics. This will help me / other people get it to go passed that point.
     
    The initial MAY hang at a line about ‘IOBluetooth Controller’. Leave it for at least 3 minutes. If any lines come after it (normally about mounting) you have a graphics problem so boot with “GraphicsEnabler=No”
     
    Step 7:
     
    If all is okay you should get to the installer!
     
    Launch disk utility by clicking on “Utilities” in the menu bar. Format the hard drive you want Mac installed to with a ONE WORD name (its much easier for further steps). Make sure it formats as MAC OS Journaled (extended), and GUID partition table. You can close disk utility and start the install. Be careful not to select the wrong hard drive to install to.
     
    When the installer is complete DON’T DON’T DON’T restart. Load up terminal by clicking “Utilities” in the menu bar again. In terminal type in this exactly:
    cp /mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX  where XXX is the name of your hard drive. If it does not work also try 
    cp mach_kernel /Volumes/XXX Now you can go ahead and restart.
     
    Step 8:
     
    Go back into your bios utility and choose to boot from the hard drive you just installed Mac to.
     
    If everything went correctly do the same as before, by hitting F8 and spacebar a lot, and it should load the chameleon screen. Enter the same flags you used for install. The same rule applies here, if you hang anywhere / kernel panic just post a picture. It may also hang at “IOBluetooth” again.
     
    Step 9:
     
    If all goes fine, you will be on your Macintosh! Congratulations! We just need to do a bit more before we can fully use this puppy.
     
    Load up system profiler by clicking the apple sign in the menu bar, and select “About this Mac”. Then select “System Profiler” from the dialog. IF your CPU clock is something like 3MHz then we need to replace the System kext. If not, then you’re set (but you can replace it anyway for safe keep).
     
    To do this, launch kext utility and put in your password. Then drag and drop the “System.kext” from the "AMD _Kernel_And_PM_rel2" zip folder. Wait for it to finish and then reboot.
     
    Step 10:
     
    Now we just need to make boots more seamless
     
    Launch Chameleon Wizard.  Click “org.chameleon.boot.plist” and check any boot flags you need. You can take off “-v”, but for the time being while you install a lot of things, rather keep it on. Also don’t install any themes until you have everything properly set up. Make sure “GUI” is ticked and “Timeout” is greater than 1. Once complete you can save and quit that app.
     
    Step 11:
     
    You can now reboot just to check that all the boot flags are working correctly. If so, you can move onto install VoodooHDA if you don’t have sound working already and anything else that you may need specific to your system.
     
    End:
     
    Congrats! If everything went find you will have a fully working Macintosh install! You can go ahead and update now too (I used the Software Updater). You should replace the kernel on your hard drive with the one from the USB after updating (but before rebooting) just to be safe. If you can ’t see ‘mach_kernel’ in your hard drive open Terminal and type this in:
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true && killall Finder  and to reverse that 
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean false && killall Finder Credits and Contact
     
    Credits go to the guys here at Insanely. Honestly you guys have helped way more than I (and probably anyone) could ever imagine. Also huge thanks to Sinetek, Bronya, Andy, Connattic, and others for their amazing work on the kernel.

    Feel free to contact me on:

    Email: chris@bojomedia.co.uk
    Steam: charlietraplin
    Skype: chrismetheridge
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    Chris Etheridge reacted to Shaneee in Install Preparation for Mavericks on AMD   
    How to prepare your USB drive for instalation on an AMD machine. Video is the preparation only. When I install the AppleNForceATA kext make sure you use the correct one for your chipset if needed.
     

     
    Kernel link: https://mega.co.nz/#!28QiUCTC!cA-ge0XqW5SROTnClGxEnRfVYosjMDe6iP1-0NUOSs4
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from BackSheep in First amd system,wanting to install osX   
    Try Lion first (I have had 100% success with AMD). Get a kernel from HERE, look for one that allows FX CPU's. Also try with iAtkos L2, I had my success on that. (Google is your friend).
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from Zhivodar Ivanov in [GUIDE] Lion on AMD Athlon X2 and Biostar A780L Motherboard   
    I have successfully installed lion 10.7.2 onto my AMD machine. A machine that is HIGHLY unsupported and has a motherboard that basically no one else has. Everything works perfectly. I want to give back to all those that helped me, and generally helped my community, so here is a guide that hopefully a few of you will use.

    This is when using 2 separate disks per operating system. So if you are wanting to dual boot on ONE hard drive, DON'T follow this.

    This guide also shows you how to install it entirely WITHOUT a spare Mac machine.

    What you are going to need:
     
    iAtkos L2 install DMG (google)
    A 4.7Gb DVD
    A windows machine 
    TransMac (HERE)
    A 8GB flash drive (explained later)
    Bronzovka's Kernel - I forgot which one I used so I uploaded it (HERE)
    PowerISO (or any equivalent ISO burner that can burn DMG)
    Additional installation things like Voodoo and network (HERE)


    Let's start:
     
    Firstly we need to prepare our installation disc.

    Launch TransMac (as administrator), and then click 'Open -> Open Disc Image'. Open the iAtkos L2 DMG you have downloaded. 
     
    Right click on the image and click 'expand'. A dialog box will pop up asking you where to put it - put it on the desktop for easier access.

    That will take a bit of time to complete. Once completed, open that image with TransMac, the same way you did with the original DMG. Now we are going to add our kernel.

    Right click in the space of your expanded image, and click 'Copy Here'. Navigate to your mach_kernel and paste it there. Overwrite it.

    Now open up PowerISO (as administrator), and insert a blank disk. Use DVD-R, its the safest bet. Then click burn, and select disk image. Select the image that you expanded (so NOT the iAtkos L2 one). Let it burn. It doesn't matter what speed really (I did mine on the top speed and it was fine)

    Our media is finished!
    Next (Optional):
     
    This is my recovery option. Due to having 1000 problems with Macintosh before, I created a 'recovery' flash drive. This basically had every patched kernel there is, a few kexts that I knew were sometimes faulty in the installer and a fresh copy of the installer (copied out with TransMac). This saved my skin after I updated to 10.7.5. You don't NEED to do it, but rather be safe than sorry, right?

    Install:
     
    Restart your Windows machine (do a full restart, don't hit the button). Go into your BIOS and make sure the following is done:

    Chipset -> Northbridge Configuration -> SATA Mode -> AHCI
    Boot -> Boot device priority -> (your dvd drive)

    Now save changes and exit.

    Boot:
     
    Once you pass the AHCI initialization and the 'post' screen start hitting F8 furiously. You will be greeted with the iAtkos L2 boot screen.

    Make sure the disk is highlighted (use your arrow keys to navigate), and type in the following flags:
     
    -v USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000 These worked for me and my motherboard, they may be different. If they don't work play around with them a bit.

    Once the disk has been loaded its gonna take about 10 minutes to load everything. It will 'seem' like its hanging on "...IO.Bluetooth..." but it really isn't. Just give it time. A lot of time. Go play with your dog or cat while you wait.
     
    If all is okay you will enter the installer (WOOOO!)

    Install:
    In the menu bar of the installer select Utilities -> Disk Utility. Let it load up. Select the hard drive you want to install (be careful not to select your Windows hard drive), and then erase it or partition it. I created a 20Gb partition called 'SAFETY' and a 140Gb hard drive called 'MAC'. SAFETY hard drive is used for, well, safety. I install any new updates and kexts on my safety hard drive before I apply them to my main.

    Once that is done quit the utility and continue with the installer.

    You may customize but I honestly left it how it was. Hit install and go have some ice tea.
     
    Once the install is complete DON'T DON'T DON'T restart. I always hastily restarted and forgot about my kernel. Go to Utilities -> Terminal. Type in the following: 
     
    cp /mach_kernel /Volumes/Mac Mac was the name of my Mac hard drive, change it with whatever you called it.
     
    First boot:
     
    Now we can boot properly. Go back into your bios and set the boot device to your Mac hard drive. Save changes and exit.

    Once you have gone past the 'post' screen hit F8 furiously as before. You will once again be greeted by iAtkos (what a nice fellow). Select the mac hard drive this time and type in the EXACT same flags you used for your installation.

    If everything is okay you should boot up fine! Follow the first-time set up and see how beautiful your little Mac looks.

    Changes:
     
    We now need to make a few changes to make our startups a little more easy. In finder search for 'champlist'. Load it up. It will bug you about the internet if there is none, just dismiss it. Select configurations. At the bottom click the bar where it shows the directory of the boot.plist. Make sure it is set to your hard drive and NOT the disk. Tick the following:

    -v (verbose mode)
    npci=0x2000

    Also hit 'Edit as text' and type in the following after the last <string><key> combination.
     
    <string>USBLegacyOff</string> <key>Yes</string> Now you can click save. It will ask you for your password. Enter it and you're done. (This will remove the need to have to hit F8 furiously every time you boot. I also include -v [its not pretty], but its good to see that everything is loading properly).

    You will also need to install VoodooHDA to get audio working. Install it. 

    You also need to install RTGMac to get the ethernet port working as well. 

    Success! Your Macintosh should be working 100% perfectly now.

    Optional - Update:
     
    Lots of applications will not work unless you have 10.7.4 / 5 installed. So it is in your best interest to do so. Download the massive update and lets get to it.

    Firstly, download THIS kernel. It is bronzvoka's 10.7.5 kernel. 

    Mount the update DMG and start it. Once it is complete DON'T DON'T DON'T restart. Copy the kernel you just downloaded to the root of your Mac drive. Also make sure it is named mach_kernel and not anything else.

    Reboot and everything should work just fine.
    There you have it. A fully working Macintosh install. This will be stable enough to use as your main machine. I am a web developer and am now using Macintosh to develop rather than my Windows. It is far better. My specs, just for reference:

    AMD Athlon II 3.3Ghz
    BIOSTAR A780L
    ATI Radeon HD5770
    4Gb DDR2 RAM

    Feel free to post any problems you may have. I will be happy to help!

    Goodluck!


     
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from ZiggyW in Mavericks kernel testing on AMD (formerly Mountain Lion kernel testing on AMD)   
    The dock refresh doesn't seem to be working for me anymore.

    I haven't done much, still running on the latest kernel from Bronya. All I've done is installed Photoshop, command line tools, Node Package Manager and Cloudnode command line tools. Its quite weird.

     
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from aplIIc in [AMD] Working Builds!   
    This is my second 'Working Build' post, as my previous one didn't seem to work for me.

    This was because I installed Mac, then got rid of it, installed Ubuntu, then got rid of it, then wanted to install Mac. This created trouble with Chameleon (so I think), maybe Grub had something to do with the trouble I was getting. My Mac would install fine, but when booting it would instantly restart at 'Starting Darwin x86', no matter the flags nor kernel. 

    I basically bombed my boot record (Windows 8 on a separate hard disk thankfully). Fully erased it, wrote over it, destroyed it. Then rebuilt it using Windows 8 and bam Mac worked like a beauty. Here is my build:
     
    CPU: AMD Athlon X2 @ 3.3Ghz
    Motherboard: Biostar A780L (probably the most unsupported motherboard ever)
    RAM: 4GB DDR2 1333Mhz
    SATA: 2 X 160GB 
    GPU: ATI Radeon HD5770 (full QE/CI)
    LAN: Realtek 8102EL with RTG Mac
    WiFi: TRENDnet TEW 684-UB with the drivers that came with the disk
    Sound: ALC889 with VoodooHDA 2.8.4
     
    Bootloader: Chameleon 2.2 
    Kernel:  Bronzovka v4
    Flags: USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000 (arch=i386 sometimes, but both 32 and 64bit work)

    I installed using iAtkos. It took me about 2 days worth of time to finally get a bootable media device working. Expanding the DMG to my USB didn't work, and all the other methods didn't, and I didn't have a Mac machine available to use. I also have the worst internet in the world (70kb/s downstream), so I could not stand to wait to download Hazard's Snow Leopard for a virtual machine.

    I finally wrote it to a DVD by expanding the image, packing in some of my own things (kernel and such), compressing it, and then using PowerISO to burn it to a disk. I used TransMac to do the DMG work. Everything booted up perfectly.

    Feel free to ask my for any help, if need be (I have had run in with so many errors its ridiculous). Thank to everyone who helped me!
     
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from aplIIc in [AMD] Working Builds!   
    Okay so after a LOT of playing around, testing and frustration I have Lion 10.7.5 running BEAUTIFULLY.
     
    My mother board is the BIOSTAR A780L - Highly unsupported (google brings up one forum where someone got it running).
     
    CPU: AMD Athlon II X2 645 3.3 GHz
    RAM: 4 GB DDR2 (2x 2 GB)
    Hard Drive: 2 X Seagate 160Gb SATA
    Graphics: HiS ATI HD 5770 - FULL QE/CI, NO glitches. Games working fine (Dota 2 only tested)
    Network: Realtek RTL8168 / USB Wireless adapter DOES NOT work. It is noticed and the light flashes, but won't connect. Netgear WNA3100 Adapter - BCM43231
    Audio: Using VoodooHDA - works flawlessly, quality is even better than Windows.
    PS/2: Not tested.
    Optical drive: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH20LS10 working
    I/O Ports: All ports are working perfectly. Both front and back jacks work too.
     
    OS X Installation / Configuration:
     
    Lion: Successfully installed using a collation of guides. Mainly knowledge built up on what I've tested myself. I am writing a guide to help others though.
    Used myHack to create a USB and retail Lion DMG.
    Used Shanes kernel to boot, with the flags "legacy_kernel -v -nossse3bit USBLegacyOff=Yes UserKernelCache=No -f npci=0x2000 -legacy"
    Once installed, and updated, I only needed to use the flags "legacy_kernel -v -nossse3bit USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000 GraphicsEnabler=Yes AtiConfig=Vervet"
     
    Got the kernel from here
     
    My graphics card wasn't working properly when I first had everything installed and booted. There was something wrong with the framebuffer so Geekbench, Ableton etc wouldn't load, all with the same error. Setting GraphicsEnabler=Yes and AtiConfig=Vervet wouldn't set the framebuffer properly. Every time, even with GraphicsEnabler=No, it would load Radeon framebuffer. There was a tutorial that spoke about loading the graphics card with a boot file. I deleted my boot file and in the rush I was in, I rebooted, so got a boot error. I re-copied the boot file from the installer USB, and voila, it worked, with the proper frambuffer loaded. Not sure what happened there.
     
    AppStore, Mail, iTunes and Quicktime works fine. FaceTime crashes. Haven't tested much of the vanilla Lion apps.
     
    Mountain Lion: Successfully installed with iATKOS_ML2 and AnV's latest amd_kernel! Graphics are very messed. Lots of artifacts as seen in the ATI Graphics card thread. Barely usable.
     
    Now using Lion as my main Operating System, and Windows 7 only when I want to jam a game really. Loving it!
     

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    Chris Etheridge reacted to eep357 in iCloud/Facetime/AppStore login errors   
    Fixing Login Errors For Apps That Connect To Apple's Servers


     

    These steps should fix 98% of login errors, but some specific exceptions still exist and are omitted to avoid unnecessary confusion. Since this is a FAQ and not a full manual on all things Ethernet, it's not feasible to detail every method mentioned here, but hopefully at least it will let you know where to go next. So always start here!:


     

    To sign into any of the Apple services/apps that require authentication through Apple run servers, there are a few conditions that must be met when first logging in. For apps such as iCloud, once logged in the first time you will stay logged in even after reboots and configuration changes until manually logged out, at which point to log back in the same conditions will again apply.


     

    1) Must have a working ethernet adapter that can at least show up as a possible network connection. It must also work, but you might be able to get away with mostly working if your lucky.







    You'll need a kext that supports your NIC to proceed.


     

    2) It must also show as "Built In".







    Three possible ways of doing this which are all different ways of achieving the same result.



    Easy way, add following to Chameleon's org.chameleon.Boot.plist in /Extra folder:





    <key>EthernetBuiltIn</key>
    <string>Yes</string>

     

    Medium way, add EFI string to Chameleon's org.chameleon.Boot.plist in /Extra folder using tool such as "EFI Studio"


     

    Hard way, edit DSDT to have NIC device, i.e. LAN0 show as internal


     

    3) It needs to be listed as en0. i.e. The first, or primary, network device recognized by OSX






    Issue here will usually be that your wifi got enabled first and thus became en0, making your ethernet en1. To correct the issue: First if your wifi device or whatever is currently listed as en0 can be removed/unplugged from your PC by removing 3 screws or less, and you own a screwdriver, remove/unplug it. Next go to System Preferences > Network (as seen above in #1) and click the minus button to remove all the listed network devices, then reboot. Upon reboot return to System Preferences > Network and hit the plus button, add only your ethernet, open System Information (as pictured directly above) and verify Ethernet is now en0, if it is you can add your other devices now too.



    If ethernet is still showing as en1, you should then repeat the above steps, but this time just prior to reboot navigate to /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/ and delete Networkinterfaces.plist and reboot.


     

    Extreeme cases only:



    If failure is still an option, and overkill seems necessary, it's possible to manually edit this plist. Again repeat initial steps, then copy plist to your desktop so it will be writable and open it with a text editor, cut an paste your ethernet so it appears first in the list, change every occurrence in it's section of en1 to en0, and vice versa for your prior en0 device, changing all it's en0 occurrences' to en1. Also verify here that ethernet shows:




    <key>IOBuiltin</key>
    <true/>



    and not




    <key>IOBuiltin</key>
    <false/>



    Once your satisfied with your edits (in simpler terms, your basically just swapping the two interfaces in the plist), launch Terminal from Applications/Utilities, enable root user by typing sudo -s and hitting enter, then entering your password when requested. Next enter the following, hitting return after each line:



    cp -R ~/Desktop/NetworkInterfaces.plist /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/


    chown root:wheel /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist


    chmod 644 /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist


    reboot

     

    4) You need to have a SMBIOS which includes a valid serial number for the Mac model listed.







    For this, just use
    Chameleon Wizard to generate one for you and save to /Extra folder.

     
     

    WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS, BUT IS ALSO RIGHT, AKA-LAST RESORT:


     

    If you've met all the above requirements and ethernet works perfectly to browse the webs, but still can't log into these services, although it shouldn't need to be done manually, you may need to....


     

    First Open IORegistryExplorer (found in Xcode tools)






    Copy to Text Edit then get your ethernet MAC address






    Add results to org.chameleon.Boot.plist and after reboot you should see something like this



     
    And hopefully that will be it. Again, this won't cover every last possibility, but should be more than a good start.
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    Chris Etheridge reacted to theconnactic in Mavericks kernel testing on AMD (formerly Mountain Lion kernel testing on AMD)   
    Support request deleted. Please ask him in the help topic. Hope you comprehend.
     
    All the best!
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    Chris Etheridge reacted to Shaneee in Mavericks kernel testing on AMD (formerly Mountain Lion kernel testing on AMD)   
    @ Bronya, With your latest kernel I no longer have the kernel cache problem of the KP with "can't preform kext scan". Much quicker boot now
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from Shaneee in Mavericks kernel testing on AMD (formerly Mountain Lion kernel testing on AMD)   
    Shanee, I can also use the kernel cache, no more -f nice one Bronya
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from aplIIc in [AMD] Working Builds!   
    CPU - AMD Athlon X2
    Motherboard - Biostar A780L
    GPU - ATI HD5770 1GB
    Kernel - Andy's RC6 Kernel
    RAM - 4Gb DDR2
    Hard Drive - 2 X 160GB SATA
    USB Ports - 4 at the back and 2 in front (all work)
    LAN  - Realtek RTL8168 using RTGMac 
    Wifi - Trendnet TEW 648-UB (works using Snow Leopard drivers from the disc)
    Audio - Realtek ALC662 - used Voodoo HDA 2.8.4
    Sleep - working OOB
     
    Lion works flawlessly, used Bronzvokas Lion 10.7.5 kernel and iAtkos L2 to install.

    Mavericks also works amazingly.
     
    Created a USB installer using Insanelymac's Pandoras Box (thank you!). Booted using Andy's kernel, with the flags "USBLegacyOff=yes npci=0x2000 -v". Installed fine and then booted fine too. First boot was EXTREMELY slow, left my machine on over night to allow Spotlight to index everything. Then replaced the System.kext with Andy's one, and everything worked fine. Graphics works 100%, and everything is very smooth.
     
    Bootloader is Chameleon, using the flags "-v USBLegacyOff=Yes npci=0x2000"
     
    iCloud / AppStore etc. does not work unfortunately. (no biggy though).
     

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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from Shaneee in Graphic Issue or something? GeForce GT430 Dual Display   
    Shanee, thanks so much for the dock advice (hovering over on the second screen to make the dock appear there). It happened to me often, and I always thought it was a bug haha, so I would reset displays by changing resolution. Now I know
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from Shaneee in Graphic Issue or something? GeForce GT430 Dual Display   
    Shanee, thanks so much for the dock advice (hovering over on the second screen to make the dock appear there). It happened to me often, and I always thought it was a bug haha, so I would reset displays by changing resolution. Now I know
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    Chris Etheridge reacted to artur_pt in Internal Drives as removable media   
    hello
     
    ioahciinjector ?
     
    maybe
     
    that is distro problem.. installs a lot of garbaje.. and the user don't know what for that is installed
     
    good hack
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from Duran Keeley in Mavericks kernel testing on AMD (formerly Mountain Lion kernel testing on AMD)   
    Connatic / Sinetek / Andy, could we create a separate forum under Development regarding iCloud please?
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from theconnactic in Mavericks is very slow   
    Dans I am not exactly sure what the exact name is. What is the output when you use -v? Does it hang or panic?
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from Duran Keeley in Mavericks kernel testing on AMD (formerly Mountain Lion kernel testing on AMD)   
    I am also giving that Push Proxy a go now, just cloned it from git, and going to give it a play around. Duran, if you want, I can PM you that App that blocks the AppStore? (I don't want to put it up here publicly, its basically pirating apps)

    Just looking at that link to enable the debug menu, it says 'Fake Server location'? What is that for?
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    Chris Etheridge reacted to Duran Keeley in Mavericks kernel testing on AMD (formerly Mountain Lion kernel testing on AMD)   
    It would be easier if there was a debug menu like the AppStore.
    Check this out http://osxdaily.com/2011/01/10/enable-mac-app-store-debug-menu/
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from theconnactic in Mavericks kernel testing on AMD (formerly Mountain Lion kernel testing on AMD)   
    Andy, Bronya, Sinetek, this is awesome! So excited to hear this!

    And to everyone else, seriously well done! AMD once again pushes through. This is really great guys. 
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    Chris Etheridge got a reaction from Duran Keeley in Application Support [AMD]   
    Duran, just tried the other kernel, works perfectly! Thanks a lot
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