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  1. Still no luck. This is really strange 'cause I haven't got any problems with my NC10 before. Is there any other way to check the Device ID than this: 1st do following command sudo ioreg -lxw 1024 |less 2nd inside less, input /thernet 3rd look after device id and vendor id nearby Because I cannot find any marks about Ethernet adapter doing so. There is only WLAN and Bluetooth... Br, Rooster
  2. Unfortunately that didn't do the trick. So the same problem still exists. Br, Rooster
  3. Hello, I have exactly the same problem as Palomu. Ethernet card is Marvell Yukon 88E8048 Device ID 435A. In System Profiler >> Software >> Extensions, AppleYukon2.kext is not displayed. When I boot in verbose mode, there is an error: AppleYukon2 - RomlessInit - getProperty failed I have now tried all different kext-versions Adam has provided but unfortunately same result with all of them. All ideas to solve this issue are more than welcome. Thanks and Regards, Rooster
  4. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Yes, there is a working audio switch script for NC10 as well. You can download it from the following address: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?act...st&id=37873 And before you post that it's not working with you, be sure that you have the following items installed: 1) Azalia driver for Audio 2) Chud tools Hopefully that helps.
  5. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    I bet you have something wrong with your setup, 'cause it should take around 1,5-2 seconds to adjust the screen brightness with Quicksilver's triggers. Within this time icon is quickly displayed on the screen and straight after that the brightness changes (+/-). How about if you run the scripts directly in Terminal, is it any faster?
  6. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Yes, you can find it out by using the following command in Terminal: sudo reggie_se -D PentiumM -x
  7. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Please follow the instructions to get the adjusted brightness level after sleep or reboot: 1. You will need to install Sleep Watcher http://www.macupdate.com/download.php/1038...tcher_2.0.5.dmg When sleep watcher installs it creates a couple of new files in your /etc directory rc.sleep rc.wakeup 2. Set wake up and sleep commands you will need to edit /etc/rc.sleep file go to the end of the file. Add a return or two for blank space and add the following lines. reggie_se -D PCI -i 16 -r -a 0xF4 -B 32 2>&1 | grep 'Offset' | cut -d 'x' -f 3 | cut -d ' ' -f 1 > /etc/last_brightness (Change 16 to be your PCI number.) Save your file Next edit the wakeup file /etc/rc.wakeup again, go to the end of the file and add a few blank lines and add: BRN=$(cat /etc/last_brightness) reggie_se -D PCI -i 16 -w 0x$BRN -a 0xF4 -B 32 (Change 16 to be your PCI number.) After that let the computer go to sleep and when it wakes up, the monitor will restore to it's previously saved brightness level.
  8. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    You have to create two separate AppleScripts to execute tiomo's functions. In the following examples 'change-brightness.sh' script is stored in Scripts folder but you can save it in any folder you want, just adjust the folder paths accordingly. First script is to increase the brightness: do shell script "/Library/Scripts/change-brightness.sh set + 25" password "..." with administrator privileges Second script is to decrease the brightness: do shell script "/Library/Scripts/change-brightness.sh set - 25" password "..." with administrator privileges NOTE: "..." must be changed to your user password After you have created the mentioned AppleScripts, store them e.g. in the same folder what you used earlier for the 'change-brightness.sh'. In QuickSilver application you can then assign keyboard shortcuts for your AppleScripts by using Custom Triggers -functionality. Hopefully this helps.
  9. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Thanks for the script, good work indeed. I made two additional scripts in order to use your script for increasing (set + 25) and decreasing (set -25) the brightness level and assigned those to the arrow keys by using Quicksilver application's triggering method. Now I can adjust the brightness by keyboard shortcuts and it works like a charm. Of course the brightness level adjustment is not showed on the HUD as it is with the volume control, but this is good enough for me (at least in this point).
  10. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Yep, that did the trick. Now everything is working again. Thanks.
  11. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    After the update I lost all output devices, so no sound at all at the moment. I was using the test sound update, could that be a reason? Are there other ones with sound problems? Except the sound, everything else is working fine.
  12. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Some of you have been asking about the brightness control, so this is what I currently know about it and how it works on my NC10. Basically I have followed the instructions found from this web site: http://ipis-osx.wikidot.com/forum/t-103217...nd-instructions Because the instructions are for Asus netbook, those are only partly working with Samsung NC10. But by following the steps you are able to adjust backlight brightness in Terminal and once you set it for a desired level it's saved and valid after sleep/wakeup and even if you reboot your Sammy. Of course it would be nice to have the key mapping working as well, and it should be even possible cause it's working with Asus, but at least this is a best work around so far. So if you want to adjust your screen brightness, follow the instructions from the link above. I bet that in some point we get the key mapping working as well and after that we have a fully working OS X in our hands (of course assuming that Mysticus gets the sound devices working, which I believe to be happening quite soon...) EDIT: I forgot to mention that for my Sammy PCI device is 16 and with the following command I'm getting a quite nice brightness level (at least for my eyes): sudo reggie_se -D PCI -i 16 -w 130 -a 0xF4 -B 32 Where value 130 is the actual value of the brightness level. It can be set anything between 1 and 255, but I advice not to set it too low cause then your screen will go totally blank.
  13. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    I have been playing around with the screen brightness and I have some info to share. With the modified kext files I'm now able to change screen brightness with terminal commands; meaning that we don't have to use ScreenShade or any similar software to dim our screens anymore. Something I would like to know and hope that someone here could give me an answer is that where we define Fn + key button mapping. Like for volume adjustment the key mapping (Fn+ left/right arrow) is already working, where this is defined? Idea is that screen brightness could be changed by pressing Fn + Up/Down arrow.
  14. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Good work Mr. Mysticus! Ok, got it already. Now I'm back in business.
  15. Samsung NC10 UK revision

    Scrolling area of the trackpad doesn't seem to work. I have been using the USB mouse all this time, so didn't notice that earlier. Well for me at least that's not a show stopper. Unfortunately you cannot change the size of all windows. You need that corner with lines in order to change the size. I don't have any work around for that either, so you just have to live with it. Unless you change your screen resolution temporary to little bit higher and so would able to see the whole window. http://forums.msiwind.net/mac/change-resol...deye-t5777.html I haven't tried that, so I'm not even sure will it work with NC10.