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Pyth0n

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  1. Don't know if that's something new but couldn't find the tutorial anywhere on Google. Created the file here and now Software Update finds OS X Server as Update. Open Terminal Window And Type the Following commands: cd /System/Libray/CoreServices sudo cp SystemVersion.plist ServerVersion.plist sudo nano ServerVersion.plist Next edit ServerVersion.plist and change the following which I guess is just a cosmetical change maybe. <string>Mac OS X</string> to <string>Mac OS X Server</string> I like to use nano. Easier to edit the file right from the terminal. sudo nano ServerVersion.plist Reboot and download Server Admin Tools Package. http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1457 I tested it on OS X 10.7 and when I ran Software Update the Server Package Update is listed. Also I managed to install the 10.7.1 update from the DMG file. That didn't worked before. Again sorry if I posted old news.
  2. ADI 1882 Linux Codec Dump

    It doesn't work at all. Some drivers I tried show that there's a soundcard in the System Profiler but It don't get any info about the card because it doesn't recognize the codec I guess. This one simply didn't show anything.
  3. P5K-e and Sata DVD Drive

    Pioneer DVR-216D Lenovo ThinkCentre M57 Model 6086 Its an Intel Q35 Chipset with ICH9 working as AHCI. Same Problem. When I leave the disc some time without doing anything the drive stop to respond. If I remove the power cable and plug it back on the drive starts to work again with no problem. It seens some kind of power saving feature not working with the Apple drivers. Ow, I'm using the retail MacOS with all the original Apple Drivers on this computer. Just installed the Intel Network Card Driver. Will try to turn on Legacy mode on the BIOS.
  4. ADI 1882 Linux Codec Dump

    This is the Linux codec dump for the ADI 1882 that is located at the Lenovo ThinkCentre M57 Model 6806. This card is named Intel High Definition Audio Interface under Windows. It seens that this name share a lot of codecs some of them are ALC. Just can't get it to work. I managed to get OS X working in this Lenovo ThinkCentre M57 with only the UInstaller default kexts. Except for the Intel Ethernet everything is under Apple Kexts care. Using a nVidia 9600GT. Here's the codec dump
  5. ADI 1882 Linux Codec Dump

    This is the Linux codec dump for the ADI 1882 that is located at the Lenovo ThinkCentre M57 Model 6806. This card is named Intel High Definition Audio Interface under Windows. It seens that this name share a lot of codecs some of them are ALC. Just can't get it to work. I managed to get OS X working in this Lenovo ThinkCentre M57 with only the UInstaller default kexts. Except for the Intel Ethernet everything is under Apple Kexts care. Using a nVidia 9600GT. Here's the codec dump
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