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About Mil32T

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  1. I went through the trouble of compiling git on leopard and grabbed the wine git source, which I then applied the patches from darwine to (the binaries on the darwine site are out of date), and compiled. So may as well post it here for others to use. Provided as is, without support etc. Pretty sure OpenGL/Directx is still buggy, but you can try I guess. I wouldn't have bothered but the latest I saw by that other guy was 0.9.51. Firstly, you will need a new X11, grab it from MacOsForge (2.1.4 works great and is the latest as of this post). Preemptive explanation: The GIT source is the same as the release source but has some more recent bug fixes and any added features since the last snapshot release. Basically, it's the working source, and thus the most recent (and buggy ). Download Link Working Git + Source You can run git by changing to the git directory and typing ./git in the terminal. Gnumake install will fail, I havent looked at fixing that, since I don't want it installed anyway. ./git --help to see available commands. Git-Gui has NOT been compiled, attempting to start it will fail (but won't break anything) To run an exe, open winehelper > file > open, select the exe file.
  2. Wallpaper Thread

    What can I say, I like bright things
  3. The only current way to install OSX on ICH9R boards like the dp35dp is off a USB DVDROM drive, that I know of. BIOS that is tested by me and known to have sound working in OSX Link
  4. Sigmatel STAC9271D on an Intel DP35DP mobo

    Just attaching the kext to fix the Time Machine errors, since I mentioned it. EDIT: And the working BIOS Link IONetworkingFamily.kext.zip
  5. Sigmatel STAC9271D on an Intel DP35DP mobo

    Both optical and Mic are working with the above kexts (borrowed some SPDIF speakers), as well as line out standard BP/FP. If we could find a network driver everything would be working natively (I might have a look at some kexts later for that, though USB adapters work fine). And yeah, the 301 bios breaks sound, even if you change the pins/path in the kext to the correct ones for the new bios. Stay with 263. I still can't get Time Machine working (Volume not found), or IDE, but I don't use either so it's a minor issue. And I must mention, OSX is FAST on this board, and I mean really f&^%ing fast.
  6. USBPegasusEthernet and 10.5

    I do. When I first plugged it in after installing the drivers I had to go to network settings, change it to "DHCP Manual Address", set something like (doesn't matter, as long as it's in your routers IP range", and then set it to automatic DHCP. Havent had any issues since.
  7. This is just a heads up, do NOT upgrade your bios to the new one released in january, it will break your sound support in OS-X (drivers work fine, you get no sound). If you already have, grab the older (203 I think) bios from open drivers and flash back down to the old one to fix the issue.
  8. Leopard FLAT image!

    *Sighs at how little help this community can be sometimes... Well, you will need to install it on your SATA drive, unfortunately. Also make sure you have your chipset set to AHCI in your bios settings. Once you have OS-X running you can get the IDE working with one of the JMICRON drivers that is around (search the forums). Edit: The file you want is JMicronATA.kext, google "kexthelper" and use that to install it.
  9. I have STAC9271D onboard sound that uses Address 2 and is an odd revision number (3001) HDAudio[0x3ce0c00]::CodecDetection-started(0x3990a00) by Taruga HDAudio::D27:F0 Irq: 22 Vid: 8086 Pid: 293e Cad Address: 2 Vid/Pid : 0x83847627 Subsystem : 0x80863001 Revision : 0x00100201 First nid : 2 of 35 Nid 0x02 0x000d0c05 DAC Nid 0x03 0x000d0c05 DAC Nid 0x04 0x000d0c05 DAC Nid 0x05 0x000d0c05 DAC Nid 0x06 0x000d0c05 DAC Nid 0x07 0x001d0541 ADC Nid 0x08 0x001d0541 ADC Nid 0x09 0x001d0541 ADC Nid 0x0a A:0x00 S:0x00 0x00000000 Pin Complex Nid 0x0b A:0x00 S:0x00 0x00000000 Pin Complex Nid 0x0c A:0x00 S:0x00 0x00000000 Pin Complex Nid 0x0d A:0x00 S:0x00 0x00000000 Pin Complex Nid 0x0e A:0x00 S:0x00 0x00000000 Pin Complex Nid 0x0f A:0x00 S:0x00 0x00000000 Pin Complex Nid 0x10 A:0x00 S:0x00 0x00000000 Pin Complex Nid 0x11 A:0x00 S:0x00 0x00000000 Pin Complex Nid 0x12 A:0x00 S:0x00 0x00000000 Pin Complex Nid 0x1e 0x00040211 DAC Digital Nid 0x20 0x00140311 ADC Digital Nid 0x21 A:0x00 S:0x00 0x00000000 Pin Complex Nid 0x22 A:0x00 S:0x00 0x00000000 Pin Complex <<It crashes here, and I have to control-C to terminate the process.>> Although, it did detect the revision and subsystem ID's correctly, and the address on 2. Attaching a linux dump from this machine, showing audio info. STAC9271D_Address2.txt
  10. Sigmatel STAC9271D on an Intel DP35DP mobo

    UPDATE: Got a little further... I manually inserted the paths from a HDA patched with my dump into the appleHDA.kext for the old revisions that is in that zip file thats floating around. And now my speakers initialise for a split second, then the SPDIF light comes on and I lose sound again, only for the SPDIF to go off again...get sound for 1sec...then it goes on again and I'm back to nothing... Could really use some help from someone who knows more than me about this stuff...sigh...even being pointed to some documentation on what the other values in appleHDA.kext's info.plist would help... desperate here... Edited kext in case of the extremely unlikely event that someone decides to help. Linky
  11. Sigmatel HD Audio

    It has recently come to my attention that there is 2 different 9271D revisions floating around. 0x80862504 which most people have gotten working. and 0x80863001 which a lot of people havent. Here is a 3001 config for the patcher, please try it with 1.16 and 1.20. STAC9271D_Address2.txt
  12. Sigmatel STAC9271D on an Intel DP35DP mobo

    Alright, I booted into my linux install this morning and grabbed a dump for this HDA CODEC, and I noticed that it's not detected as codec0 but rather codec2 (and there is no other cards)... shrug... had to do cat /proc/asound/card0/codec#2 > /home/ubuntu/Desktop/codec_dump1.txt. Anyways... Here is the dump, if some of the other people having issues would try it, thatwould be great, since I have work now. EDIT: Yes, they are different, I just compared my dump to one from some of the other threads (I'll upload as codec_2.txt) and the subsystem ID is different, so I can only guess that newer DP35DP boards have slightly different address areas. NEW: Subsystem Id: 0x80863001 OLD: Subsystem Id: 0x80862504 NEW: Amp-Out vals: [0x66 0x66] OLD: Amp-Out vals: [0xff 0xff] NEW: Address: 2 OLD: Address: 1 So there ya go. STAC9271D_Address2.txt codec_2.txt
  13. Sigmatel STAC9271D on an Intel DP35DP mobo

    Talk of the profiler made me go and check that again, and I notice that the audio no longer shows there, and just has 'no built in audio' (though I have volume controls etc). Anyone know how I would go about generating (or even writing by hand) a CODEC config for taruga's macHDA patcher?
  14. Your going to have to mention the model model of the motherboard etc, since drivers for your net and audio will be the hardest to get right if you don't get a really compatible board.
  15. Sigmatel STAC9271D on an Intel DP35DP mobo

    Update, changing the output format in MIDI setup causes the speakers/headphones to 'click', the sound comes on, but then dies again 1-3 seconds later... Don't think it's a driver issue. Other than that, I'm out of ideas.