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Hey guys, I'm writing a process-controller kernel extension for leopard. The application enables me to suspend process's with SIGSUS and to make the computer sleep. My problem is when an application that uses video / audio (e.g iTunes or GarageBand) is suspended and then I try to make the computer sleep, he sleep process waits on the audio / video application to end with a timeout of 30 seconds. In reality, when i try to put the computer in to sleep when an audio / video application is suspended, the computer hangs for 30 seconds (probably the suspended application is not responding to the sleep request) and then it sleeps normally. When I put the computer out of sleep and send SIGCON to the video / audio application, it continues normally. Is there a way to change that 30 sec wait time out? Or to make it not wait at all? Or any ohter solution? Thanks!
Hey guys, I have 3 hard disks: sda: holds one NTFS data partition (700GB) sdb: holds one NTFS partition that contains XP (200GB), one ext3 partition holding Kubuntu (100GB) and a swap partition (4.5GB) sdc: holds an HFS+ partition with Mac OS X (120GB) XP and Kubuntu boot perfectly with grub. When booting Mac, I get: "HFS+ partition error". I tried the following: 1. Mark the Mac partition as active and as bootable. I tried doing that with Gparted, fdisk from Kubuntu, fdisk from Mac's installation cd and DiskPart. 2. Tried to install Mac on 120GB of unpartitioned space. 3. Tried to install Mac on a 120GB FAT32 partition I created with Gparted. Formatted it with Mac's installation CD and installed the OS on it. 4. Tried rootnonverify in grub's menu.lst As you guessed, nothing worked. Let me just note that my hardware is compatible with Mac OS X because I had it boot in previous settings before. Anyone has a clue?