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Kikill3r

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  1. Samba share not recognized.

    Hello, thank you for your efforts I appreciate it really much. I have bought a MacBook Pro now and it has working wifi so it doesn't matter anymore. Thanks again!
  2. Samba share not recognized.

    Hey! I think there's everytging OK with the raspberry's Ethernet config. It's static, yes. I think it's more about the router or so because I can't ping it only if my computer is connected to the network by ethernet. I USB-Tethered my phone, which was connected to it by wifi, to my hackintosh and it recognized the samba share and I could ping it normally woth response.... Strange...
  3. Samba share not recognized.

    Hello! I've tried to ping the RasPi from my Hackintosh, that's the result: PING 10.0.0.3 (10.0.0.3): 56 data bytes Request timeout for icmp_seq 0 Request timeout for icmp_seq 1 Request timeout for icmp_seq 2 Request timeout for icmp_seq 3 Request timeout for icmp_seq 4 Request timeout for icmp_seq 5 Request timeout for icmp_seq 6 Request timeout for icmp_seq 7 Request timeout for icmp_seq 8 Request timeout for icmp_seq 9 Request timeout for icmp_seq 10 Request timeout for icmp_seq 11 Request timeout for icmp_seq 12 Request timeout for icmp_seq 13 Request timeout for icmp_seq 14 Request timeout for icmp_seq 15 Request timeout for icmp_seq 16 Request timeout for icmp_seq 17 Request timeout for icmp_seq 18 Request timeout for icmp_seq 19 So it looks like it can't be reached. No firewall on either RasPi or Hackintosh. Pinging it in Windows gives me a normal response. When running "ssh -vvv root@10.0.0.3" that's the result: ssh -vvv root@10.0.0.3 OpenSSH_5.6p1, OpenSSL 0.9.8r 8 Feb 2011 debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh_config debug1: Applying options for * debug2: ssh_connect: needpriv 0 debug1: Connecting to 10.0.0.3 [10.0.0.3] port 22. and then it stays there forever. I can't make head nor tail of it. Edit: Aaaah maybe we get nearer to the solution. I found out that I can't ping the Raspberry Pi in Windows too, as long as I am connected to the network by Ethernet. When I disconnect the Ethernet cable, I can ping and SSH into it great. But in OS X I only have Ethernet. No WiFi.
  4. Lenovo S10-2, help needed :)

    Hmm... Maybe there isn't any FakeSMC kext in /System/Library/Extensions of the installer. Boot the other Mac or Hackintosh on which you prepared the installer and check if there is a FakeSMC kext in /System/Library/Extensions of the installer. If there isn't, download one for Lion and place it in /System/Library/Extensions of the installer. Then try again.
  5. Need Help about Black Screen problem

    I had such a black screen too but with a Intel GMAX3100, I solved it this way: (THIS SOLUTION ONLY WORKS IF YO HAVE INTERNET ACCESS BY ETHERNET OR USB WIFI OR SOMETHING ELSE. IF YOU DON'T HAVE INTERNET ACCESS BUT AN ANDROID PHONE, DOWNLOAD THE HORNDIS KEXT ON ANOTHER COMPUTER, DRAG IT ONTO AN USB STICK AND INSTALL IT ON YOUR HACKINTOSH. THEN CONNECT YOUR ANDROID PHONE TO THE COMPUTER AND ACTIVATE USB TETHERING IN YOUR PHONE'S SETTINGS.) 1. Boot into OS X with GraphicsEnabler=No so you can login as normal and no black screen. 2. Go into System Preferences -> Screen Sharing and turn it on. Click on "Computer settings...." And set a password under "VNC viewers may control screen with password". 3. go back to System preferences "homepage" and click on "Network". 4. Write down the IP address your computer currently has in the network it is connected to. 5. Expand the "Configure IPv4" section and click "Using DHCP with manual address". 6. Enter the IP you have written down next to "IP address". This keeps the Hackintosh from automatically get new IP addresses from your router or phone (if tethering) after a disconnect or a reboot. 7. Open System Preferences, go to Users & Groups, click on Login Options, then click on the Lock on the bottom of the window, enter your password. Then enable automatic login by selecting your username from the drop down menu. Enter your password. Now you'll be automatically logged in at boot up. 8. Download the VNC Viewer from RealVNC Limited to your android phone and open it. 9. Create a new connection. 10. Enter the IP you have set on your Mac previously and set a name for it like "My Hackintosh" or whatever. 11. Tap on the checkmark. Now try to connect to your Hackintosh and enter the password set in step 2.. 12. You should see on the phone what you see on the hackintoshes screen. 13. Reboot your Hackintosh with GraphicsEnabler=Yes. 14. It should automatically log on. So no need to log on it will boot directly to your desktop. 13. Activate tethering on your phone so your Hackintosh will connect to it. 14. Open the VNC Viewer app and connect to it. 15. Now even though the screen on your Hackintosh is black, you should see everything clearly on your phone's screen. That's because your Hackintosh display can't handle the resolution given by OS X. (Or at least my couldn't) 16. Now we gonna change the resolution. If you are connected with your phone, log in, then go to System Preferences, then to Display, and set your Hackintosh display's resolution (normally at 60Hz). 17. Now your Hackintosh display should display correctly. Greetings!
  6. Samba share not recognized.

    Hello! I do have a working ethernet but I can't login to the server in OS X since it doesn't recognize the server and it is not showing up in finder or anything. About the ping command, I'll try it later on, I have got some stuff to do. I'll report wether the ping succeeds or not. Thank you!
  7. Lenovo S10-2, help needed :)

    Hello there! Could you please provide some more information like what the errror looks like. Do you get the error at the "cp" command, the first "chmod" or the second "chmod" command? Kind regards, kikill3r
  8. Samba share not recognized.

    Thanks for your quick reply! Do you mean I should Google for a smb.conf file compatible with OS X? Best regards! Kikll3r
  9. Hey guys, I have a Fujitsu T4200 laptop running iATKOS 10.7.5. Everything works except WiFi. I have bought a Raspberry Pi and installed Samba on it in order to share my 1TB hard drive over the network and access it over Ethernet. Now the problem is that the share isn't recognized in the Finder. It just doesn't pop up in the "Shares" section of the Finder's sidebar. I also tried to connect to it by pressing "Command+K" to bring up the "Connect to Server" menu, I enter smb://10.0.0.2/ (with 10.0.0.2 being the IP address of the RasPi). Then I press "Connect" and it will try to connect forever. WIndows recognizes the share just fine and I have read/write access and everything. What's the problem here? Thank you. Btw I also can't connect to the RasPi over SSH in Terminal. I've dowloaded a SSH but it's not working, too. Could the two problems be connected? Thanks in advance!
  10. Clover General discussion

    Hello everybody. I installed Clover 2k v2703 onto my 2GB USB stick. When trying to boot it I get "b1t:init", after a few seconds it changes to "b1t:init6" and then my computer reboots. At install I selected "No update for PBR and MBR", "CloverEFI 64Bit SATA", "AppleStyle" as a theme, no drivers and no RC Scripts. The config.plist is attached, I do not use a DSDT. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. config.plist.zip
  11. Intel GMA965/X3100 problem in 32-bit mode

    IT'S WORKING!!!!! QE/CI ON 10.7.5 LION with X3100 GRAPHICS AND DEFAULT DRIVERS!!! I'M SO HAPPY!! How managed to do this: 1) Booted in 32 bit mode from iATKOS L2 Install-DVD. 2) I think that made the change: selected both RTC drivers: legacy 32bit and normal 64bit. 3) Installed. 4) Booted Lion into 64bit. 5) Activated VNC-Screen-Sharing in setting and wrote down the Computers IP Address. 6) Rebooted into 32bit. 7) There have still been those stripes, so I activated VoiceOver, logged in. 8) Connected to the Computer with VNC-Viewer on my mobile. 9) I could see the Lion UI without any hassle on my mobile, so I navigated the computer to Settings > Display with VNC. 10) Changed the resolution to 1024 x 768, 60Hz (my screen resolution) VOILÁ! Normal graphics output on my laptop display. QE/CI enabled. Everything PEERFEECTTT!!! Afterwards I injected a little big EFI String to get the OpenGL engine working, which is: 7e0200000100000001000000720200000a00000002 010c00d041030a000000000101060000027fff04001e000000 72006f006d002d007200650076006900730069006f006e0000 002a0000004f70656e474c20456e67696e6520616374697661 746564207669612045464920537472696e672a000000410041 0050004c00300031002c0044006100740061004a0075007300 7400690066007900000008000000010000001c000000410041 0050004c00300031002c005000690070006500000008000000 01000000260000004100410050004c002c004e0075006d0044 006900730070006c0061007900730000000800000004000000 200000004100410050004c002c00480061007300500061006e 0065006c00000008000000010000002e000000410041005000 4c002c004e0075006d004600720061006d0065006200750066 006600650072007300000008000000020000001c0000004100 410050004c00300031002c0045004400490044000000840000 0000ffffffffffff004ca34549000000000011010380211578 0a87f594574f8c272750540000000101010101010101010101 0101010101ee1a008050201030103013004bcf100000190000 000f0000000000000000002387026401000000fe0053414d53 554e470a2020202020000000fe004c544e31353458412d4c30 310a0041380000004100410050004c002c00530065006c0066 00520065006600720065007300680053007500700070006f00 7200740065006400000008000000010000001c000000410041 0050004c002c004800610073004c0069006400000008000000 010000001e0000004100410050004c00300031002c00440065 0070007400680000000800000020000000 Seems like my display didn't like the default 800 x 600, 60Hz resolution, why I wonder so much. In Windows I can use the 800 x 600 resolution without any hassle.... (I think that the 32bit RTC driver made the change because I tried to change the resolution to 1024 x 768 before without the 32bit RTC driver installed and it gave me the same output as 800 x 600.... ALSO DON'T USE "Graphics Mode"="HEIGHTxWIDTHx32" in Chameleon once you managed to to this because it changes your System's default resolution back down to 800 x 600, at least for me it did, even if I wrote "Graphics Mode"="1024x768x32") I want to thank everybody here very much, you all helped me so much!!!
  12. Intel GMA965/X3100 problem in 32-bit mode

    I updated to 10.6.8 using combo update, everything works. Does the IOReg file work now?
  13. Intel GMA965/X3100 problem in 32-bit mode

    Why should I try it with th 10.6.7 framebuffer? Is the 10.6.8 different? Sorry, I meant 10.6.3, so I'm on 10.6.3 now, also I didn't have to make any mofifications yet. I installed iAtkos 10.6.3, chose "EFI string injection for Framebuffer"and "enable NATIT.kext"
  14. Intel GMA965/X3100 problem in 32-bit mode

    Problem solved, went down to 10.6.7, now even QE/CI works. Thank you all!
  15. Intel GMA965/X3100 problem in 32-bit mode

    I'm very sorry for that, now here is the updated version of the file (made with IORegistryEditor v3.0.2) IOreg_updated.zip
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