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  1. Claudio, you did not follow my directions. Patch for your dsdt is attached. Don't just apply it, study it so you understand what your doing wrong. u36sd-bat0.patch.zip
  2. Post yours Claudio and I'll have a look/see.
  3. Jingu, I can confirm it works on a u36sd. However, I did not need the calculation correction with my 6cell so I would suggest not using that as a standard since it may be specific to your battery. I also did not convert my EC registers, I have an error somewhere in my work on that but its not needed for the calculation so... For the benefit of others reading this; leave FBIF stock, use jingu's CBIF edit, change CBST 'If (PUNT)' to 'If (LEqual (PUNT, Zero))', add SMBR 8bit edits and disable UseExtBatInfoMethod and UseExtraBatInfoMethod in kext and you should be good to go.
  4. 18seven

    Chameleon RC4 is out!

    I agree with you, however, imposing that limitation may also complicate things for a new user. The user should have the flexibility to simply add/edit tables as they are rather than being forced to combine the tables together.
  5. 18seven

    Chameleon RC4 is out!

    Was it ever anything other than a customized boot132? I like the organic patchwork approach. Also, it seems to me that rekursor is really working hard to unify all of the new and old patchwork into some standard (read the standards after I submitted, sorry guys). I think that is where the real work is happening.
  6. 18seven

    Chameleon RC4 is out!

    You should expect this to be updated soon. I created a macro that retains f8 functionality, quietboot escape, if quick keys are disabled (IMO very important). That work did not make it into the repo. Also, alt+x is redundant as any modifier key will safeboot. I passed this info to prasys directly yesterday. The user should have the option to load multiple SSDT's if they desire, allowing granular management of CPU's.
  7. 18seven

    Chameleon RC4 is out!

    Of course, thats all good. I'll just check out the repo myself, like I should have, to see where its at.
  8. 18seven

    Chameleon RC4 is out!

    I thought full table patch was already implemented, no?
  9. 18seven

    Chameleon RC4 is out!

    Thanks for the info tea. Cool, glad to contribute.
  10. 18seven

    Chameleon RC4 is out!

    teateam Have you done any work on patching the kernel from chameleon? I have been playing with this a bit, based on meklorts patch. I am particularly interested in getting AppleIntelPM to load on unsupported CPU's rather than silencing the panic for boot. If you have any insight into this it would be most welcome.
  11. 18seven

    Chameleon RC4 is out!

    Quick key updated as requested. I decided to leave it as a standard set, advanced args should be a separate macro. Disabling retains f8 quiet escape functionality (as per original). quickargsmacro.patch.zip
  12. 18seven

    Chameleon RC4 is out!

    No conflicts that I can see. I was slightly concerned about the possibility modifier keys throwing safemode since I cannot spec them individually (would love to have the meta key escape quiet mode and just shift safeboot). However, I am certain it could be cleaned up/improved. I just added a debug key...
  13. 18seven

    Chameleon RC4 is out!

    Wow busy busy. I look forward to the new acpi patch. I added/enabled quickkeys for bootargs to behave a bit more mac like. I have some other options/variations for my own needs but have diffed a standard for anyone interested. Bootargs keyboard shortcut * F8 abort quiet mode, and display the menu. * alt+f old safe mode * shift+f ignore boot configuration file * alt+s single user mode * alt+v verbose * alt+x 32 bit mode quickargs.patch.zip --> update
  14. Native Speedstepping on Atom N270 is not possible in 10.6. This requires the ability to load AppleIntelCPUPowermanagment. However, if you are using 10.5.8 it works like a charm. The processor cap issue can be fixed by grabbing the states from SSDT's and adding DropSSDT=Yes bootflag. AFAIR an issue with OSC causes that (left 10.5 a while ago). Anyone who tries this must NOT have sleepEnabler loaded since AppleCPUPM will deliver the needed calls. You may need to tidy up HPET as well. Have fun...
  15. Well excuse me for trying to lend a hand. No, I have not set up a 311 yet but if you don't take the step I recommended your wifi will never work. You need to troubleshoot beyond that. Thanks for reminding me why I don't hang out in this forum.
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