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About bulldank

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  1. Deceiver, Thanks for the info, I believe it was your post that I may have come across earlier and already deleted that particular kext and repaired permissions, still to no avail. The kernel I'm running is from the dell post install app, for 10.5.2 dual core, I'm glad I'm not the only one thats had this issue at least, yet it irks me... It has to be so small, as I've had this working wonderfully under tiger.... I just don't know what direction, I've read so many different things, pretty soon I'm gonna have like 4 total kext and no support for anything.. LOL
  2. mryder66, It's extremely weird, I am running a 9.2 kernel for 10.5.2 kalway release, it's the dual core kernel, which is functioning brilliantly as I am experiencing no lag or stutter in the performance of the PC.. The results of my uname -a from the terminal window are as follows... Darwin admins-mac-pro.local 9.2.0 Darwin Kernel Version 9.2.0: Fri Jul 25 10:00:26 CDT 2008; root:xnu-1228.3.13.obj/RELEASE_I386 i386 What's even stranger to me, is if I go into the about this mac screen and request more info, I scroll down to the USB tree and I can see the devices showing in the tree as connected, such as my iPhone, USB drive and what not... but they never load up as functioning onto the desktop. Now say I leave them connected and reboot the machine, they display just fine. I know this has to be something real simple and conquering this will make my machine a fully functional mac, which would be tremendous for me. I actually bought a licensed copy of leopard, but just don't have the funds to purchase mac hardware... being a working class student sucks! Any other help out there? I'm newer to the mac area, but pretty good in overall unix, bsd, linux and windows environments.
  3. Having issues with hot swapping USB devices such as pen / flash drives and/or external usb-sata HD. This worked fine in tiger, but running Kalway 10.5.2 on Dell E1505, everything is functioning properly but this. If I connect the devices and reboot / boot the system, they are recognized... once the system comes up if I connect devices to it that weren't there prior to boot, they are not detected... I've tried several things I've read in this thread, anyone have any ideas? Dell E1505 Core Duo - 2 Cores Supported with updated Kernel Sigmatel 9200 - Supported Dell 1390 Wireless - Supported Broadcom 440X 10/100 Ethernet - Supported Intel GMA 950 Graphics - Supported with QE/CI (no artifacts)