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About keefar

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  1. Just updated to 03F01 as well. All benchmarks are slightly up on my system.
  2. That did the trick, seems like my method of repairing permissions didn't work. Good to know, first time I did this in El Capitan. BTW, NVIDIA® WebDriver Updater.app 1.1 didn't seem to repair permissions correctly as well Anyways, thanks a lot! OT: do you know where to put the command line tool so I can use it from any directory?
  3. Anybody on 10.11.1 yet? I modified NVDA...kext to version 15B42. NVIDIA Driver Manager panel is set to Webdriver, nvda_drv=1 in bootargs. My 960 is not detected though and MacOS is using the default driver... Any Ideas? Cheers, Chris
  4. Fusion drive on older Macs? YES!

    Okay, then my only problem left is trim support...
  5. Fusion drive on older Macs? YES!

    Somehow it works here, too. Chameleon is installed on a thumbdrive, so the computer boots from there. Chameleon doesn't show the fusion drive or one of the partitions included in the fusion drive, but when I select my bootable ML install data partition, it boots from the fusion partition instead since I included the boot-uuid=<root voluem uuid> flag. This works for now, but it would be nice if I could get Chameleon (or Clover if that's better) to show the fusion partition. Thanks for your help!
  6. Fusion drive on older Macs? YES!

    I googled that and and I think I get how this should work, but I don't know how to exactly do that. I added something like this to my org.chameleon.boot.plist: - Add "rd=uuid boot-uuid=506D8F03-0596-32D8-BE0B-E3A4E7D5C72A" to your kernel flags but chameleon still didn't show the fusion partition. Could you maybe help me with that?
  7. Fusion drive on older Macs? YES!

    I tried that and it works, now does anyone have a clue how to make a self-made fusion drive bootable in chameleon?
  8. Now it worked, redownloaded the image and used this method: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=277015&view=findpost&p=1831739
  9. Installer runs fine until there is an error a few minutes before it finishes. The Volume doesn't show up in chameleon after rebooting. DP4 installed fine though. I basically followed the same steps installing in a mostly vanilla environment. Any ideas?
  10. It's actually the newest Bios version, I didn't update my sig. It stays in sleep when I tell it to, but I had autosleep working using PleaseSleep and that doesn't work anymore. I'm a big fan of autosleep
  11. The new DSDT works good, thank you very much. Only sleepenabler.kext causes a kernel panic and without it the computer wakes up immediately after going to sleep.
  12. iReset, this finally solved my issues with the os not recognizing my firewire hardware when switching it on. Thanks a lot! OS boots faster, too.
  13. After installing rev 433, I get the "can't find mach_kernel" message after choosing my partition. I changed to the old build and it's working again.
  14. Nothing, just run the installer, select your bootloader partition and install. When it's set up, you can remove your smbios.plist (I wouldn't delete it, just copy it in an unused folder or something).
  15. Yes, boots up same as before I deleted it. I must have messed something else up the first time.