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About dRkLePtO

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  1. VOIP Client - SIP Softphone

    10x 4 the tip. I'll give it a try!
  2. Forbid Shutdown

    Is there any way to forbid a user to shutdown or sleep a Mac running Leopard Server? 10x!
  3. VOIP Client - SIP Softphone

    10x for your reply.. I've tried X-Lite.. But I don't feel very comfortable with it. It's basically a Windows app ported to Mac OSX.. And I don't like this. I've just discovered XMeeting.. Give it a try! Any other suggestion?
  4. Hi guys. I'm looking for a software phone SIP compatible, for making calls through my VOIP provider. I've already tried some appz like X-lite or SIP Communicator, but they are terribly horrible or unstable! Any suggestions? 10x!!
  5. I completely agree.. Can't get it working. This is what I've done.. But.. No recognized audio device AT ALL! AppleHDA.kext.zip
  6. Hi, I'm doing networked TimeMachine backups on a Windows server. As many of you knows TimeMachine stores the backups in a "sparsebundle" disk image, when backing up over network. This is all-right when working on a Mac.. But what if I'm gonna open this volumes on Windows? I mean, if I need to recover something from the backup and my Mac stop working?? Is there any way to mount a sparsebundle volume on a Windows machine? Thanks for you tips.. Cheers!
  7. Thanks for the quick reply! And sorry for the error.. I meant AppleHDA.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleHDAPlatformDriver.kext/Contents/Info.plist.. I filled my CodecID and emptied the ConfigData line.. And now ioreg gives me some results.. But.. Still no sound at all! Maybe I've extracted the wrong nodes? If you can find some spare time, could anybody check them? This is what I got.. Many thanks again!
  8. I tried to find out my nodes.. Mic: Input Selector PinCom HEX: 04 0B 18 DEC: 4 11 24 Out: PinCom Mixer Output HEX: 06 0E 02 DEC: 6 14 2 As already stated, I'm working on a AD1981. I've edited the AppleHDA binary and changed 8b19d411 to 8119d411 twice. In AppleHDA.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleHDAPlatformDriver.kext/Contents/Info.plist: Layouts/PathMapRef: Deleted SPDIF IN/OUT. Changed CodecID to 299112833. PathMaps Changed nodes 0 and 3 to the settings found above Left AppleHDA.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleHDAController.kext/Contents/Info.plist untouched. I'm using the plist prepared by MadTux. After replacing the stock AppleHDA.kext, removed AppleAzalia, repaired perms, reloaded kextcache and booted with -f -v, the system doesn't see anything. No audio devices at all. ioreg -l | grep HDA gave no information. Apparently the kext doesn't load. Maybe should I adjust some PCI Class Match? Thanks for the help! deuterio_audio.txt
  9. I'm trying to get the AnalogDevices1981 work on two laptops, but I'm going a bit crazy.. Do you think I'll have some chance of success? I mean, would be possible to get the mic working? First tries aren't giving any positive result.. No audio interface at all.. (Audio out works with Azalia) These are the codec dumps: deuterio_audio.txt thinkpad_audio.txt
  10. Sleep on Thinkpads

    Mmmmmhh.... Try another kernel.... Or "distro".. I'm using Leo4All.
  11. Radeon x700 help

    Any How-To on how get it working on Tiger? I think I'll move back to Tiger to enjoy the hardware acceleration....
  12. Sleep on Thinkpads

    This is only useful for solving 0192 error.
  13. Sleep power consumption

    It's true.. Waking up is incredibly fast!! AFAIK official Macs use a sort of hybrid suspend mode, keeping data on RAM and also writing a copy of its content to the disk in case of power loss. If RAM content is ok it's used for restoring system state before sleep, instead the disk image will be recovered.. So.. even waking up an of official Macs is exactly that fast. I think that the problem has something related to EFI, maybe the kernel calls some specific function that hasn't yet been implemented well in pc_efi.. So the powersave feature isn't working as it should. Any opinion? (I'm running Vanilla 9.4)