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  1. grunt

    Israel and Palestine

    I just comment one of the first comments that Israel exists only because the support of US, and rest of the world either dont care or sympathize only Palestinians.. thats BS. Europe may well be disorganized bunch of countries led by pathetic and incompetent politicians. that wont mean Europeans would support Israel, too.
  2. just noticed the same thing with 10.4.6. I get: kextload: patching C++ code in module /System/Library/Extensions/IO80211Family.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AirPortAtheros5424.kext/Contents/MacOS/AirPortAtheros5424 16AirPort_Athr5424 is not compatible with its superclass, 17IO80211Controller superclass changed? kextload: a link/load error occured for kernel extension /System/Library/Extensions/IO80211Family.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AirPortAtheros5424.kext/ kextload: clearing all version/dependency relationships among kernel extensions where could I get working IO80211Family & AirPortAtheros5424 kexts ? dont have 10.4.5 or any other version so I cannot do cross tests...
  3. shame that devel in this thread has stopped, or is it going on somewhere else? looks to me that AppleI386PCI.kext does not exist anymore in 10.4.6 build, and its stucked into PCI mode, not AGP.
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    Broadcom 570x and 575x

    tinheads patch workes fine with my hp nc6000 (BCM5701Enet) with 10.4.6, many thanks.
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    Apple Denies Closing Kernel

    which means that Apple can take open source, and use it in their closed source without violating the license? Edit: looks like it (http://www.freebsd.org/copyright/license.html):
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    Apple Denies Closing Kernel

    ok I confess I dont know those license details so much in depth, but OpenBSD, NetBSD, FreeBSD etc... I read Apple have "borrowed" kernel sources from those open source projects (what ever is thy license, GPL or other). OS X XNU partially old Mach, partially BSD? Edit: http://developer.apple.com/documentation/D..._section_3.html http://www.freebsd.org/copyright/
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    Apple Denies Closing Kernel

    interesting if they close XNU for Intel, which is partially based on open source BSD kernel(s)? dont they violate GNU GPL at minimum?
  8. I would not worry about geeks getting selfish about their information, because of this price. once somebody has got the pot, things are back normal.
  9. was checking arsetechnica, and it told me osx86forum is closed by apple.. one click and stone fell from my hearth, there it was as before..