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  1. Hi, I've got this little script wrapped into an Platypus app. It is un-mounting my SMB network drives, and local USB drives which run my Time Machine. It sends the Mac then to sleep. You can safely unplug the USB devices, while the Mac is sleeping or just when the script prompts you. This powers down the USB devices physically. Please plug in the USBs in before you wake up your Mac. Then the remaining part of the script is automatically re-mounting all physically connected USB drives again and the SMB drives in your list. I played with the OSX automounter extensively and gave it up to handle the SMB automount in the correct UNIX way. Apple's automounter is simply too buggy. I have also a good USB soundcard (RME Babyface). It is remapped as standard audio out after the wake-up as well. Please replace XXXX with your user name or remove the logs. #!/bin/bash # # NAS Server name server=YourNAS # # SMB Shares shares="ShareA ShareB ShareC" # echo "Stop possible Timemachine backups…" # tmutil stopbackup sleep 5 # # Looking at local disk on USB or firewire # mount | grep /dev/disk | grep -v disk1 | grep -v cddafs | awk '{printf("%s\n", substr($0,index($0,"/Volumes/")+9,index($0,"(")-index($0,"/Volumes/")-10) )}' | while read USBDrive; do echo "Unmounting $USBDrive ..." echo "$USBDrive" | xargs -I{} osascript -e 'tell application "Finder" to eject (disks whose name is "{}")' done sleep 5 echo "" echo "Unplug the USB drives now!" sleep 10 echo "Going to sleep now ..." sleep 2 pmset sleepnow echo "Wait until USB drives come back ..." sleep 10 /usr/sbin/diskutil list | grep -e ' \+[0-9]\+: \+[^ ]\+ [^ ]\+' | grep -v "Recovery" | grep -v disk1 | sed 's/.*\(disk[0-9].*\)/\1/'| while read HWDrive; do echo "Mounting again $HWDrive ..." /usr/sbin/diskutil mount "$HWDrive" done # # Recovering SMB mounts as the crappy apple automountd is so buggy and will not handle user permission # for share in $shares do if [ -e "/Volumes/$share" ] then echo `date` "/Volumes/$share mountpoint exists" >> /Users/xxxx/Library/Logs/automount.log else echo `date` "/Volumes/$share mountpoint created" >> /Users/xxxx/Library/Logs/automount.log mkdir /Volumes/$share fi if [ `mount | grep -c "on /Volumes/$share"` -gt "0" ] then echo `date` "/Volumes/$share mounted already" >> /Users/xxxxx/Library/Logs/automount.log else echo `date` "/Volumes/$share mounting" >> /Users/xxxxxx/Logs/automount.log echo "Mounting again SMB $share ..." mount -t smbfs -o soft //user:pw@$server/$share /Volumes/$share fi done # echo "Restoring Sound to Babyface…assuming in the office" osascript <<EOF tell application "System Preferences" reveal anchor "output" of pane id "com.apple.preference.sound" end tell tell application "System Events" to tell process "System Preferences" tell table 1 of scroll area 1 of tab group 1 of window 1 select (row 1 where value of text field 1 is "Babyface (23131609)") end tell end tell quit application "System Preferences" EOF # echo "Done. Have Fun!" sleep 5
  2. Terratec DMX 6Fire USB

    it could be that your hackintosh runs at 64 bit. This is not supported by the terratec driver. We have the same issues on Lion on a real Mac. See the discussion here: http://www.facebook.com/TERRATEC.DE/posts/117745298310374
  3. [GUIDE] Dell Latitude E6410

    Hi, I am trying to get QE/CI running to use iMovie but have no success until now. Can you sent me a list of the loaded kexts with versions? There are issues with the *FrameBuffer* or *FB* kexts. Let me know which combinations works. What bootloaded have you used? What enabler or injector. What kexts have been deleted from the load path? The build in card offer an integrated intel mode and an nVidia mode. Assuming you use the nVidia mode to get accellerated QE/CI. Has anybody edited the DSDT file to make QE/CI or sleep really working? If I load the DSDT file from the above image into an editor, I see some syntax errors. I am on 10.6.6 Thanks a lot. stefan
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