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    Another HD4600(clover) QE topic

    on my dell latitude e6440 (i7-4600m) i use Framebuffer, HD5000Graphics, HD5000GraphicsGL, HD5000GraphicsVA from 10.9 since 10.9.1 because of HDMI/DVI-Dock freeze. Haven't tried to replace framebuffer only, but this works with no issues in 10.9.4
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    Kexts are being processed on every boot

    I had the same problem. Solved it with clearing /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup and then build the caches with: kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel kextcache -system-caches (You might need to set the ownership of / to root before: sudo chown root / ) and add UseKernelCache = Yes to the org.chameleon.Boot.plist As soon there is a Extensions.mkext I get the "Still waiting......" hope it helps...
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    PCI Configuration Begin

    Hi all, just reverted to original DP4 AppleACPI... IOPCI.. IO80211... kexts on my Dell Latitude E6400 Nvidia. The pci Configuration ist tricked out very simple: Just make shure, that in dsdt Device (PCI0) has the line "Name (_UID, Zero)" not "Name (_ADR, Zero)" like described here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...t&p=1387099 worked like a charm for me! Thanks to Gringo Vermelho's post at the 10.6.8 thread!
  4. @MowgliBook: Thanks a lot for your great work! I've just a small question, am I the only one, who's battery meter shows a max of 2 hours? If I install VoodooBattery, the value goes up to 4 hours, unfortunatly it throws KP's from time to time.
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    Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Your welcome I've removed the ethernet reset again from rc.wakeup, got kp from time to time, but have a try, put this in rc.wakeup kextunload -v -b ru.Applelife.AtherosL1cEthernet sleep 5 kextload -v -b ru.Applelife.AtherosL1cEthernet or use the attached command after wakeup: reload_ethernet.command.zip
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    Asus 1201N Installation and support

    I've an allmost vanilla installation on my 2GB hack, with the patched 10.3 kernel for 64bit, VoodooHDA (2.6.1) from the hp mini 311 thread, VoodooPS2, AppleACPIPS2Nub (works with vanilla trackpad preferncepane), VoodooBattery and the Atheros Ethernet kext, all installed in /S/L/E. Installed Sleepwatcher 2.1 as writen in the ReadMe, added: kextunload -v -b org.voodoo.driver.VoodooHDA sleep 1 kextunload -v -b org.voodoo.driver.VoodooHDA to /etc/rc.sleep and kextload -v -b org.voodoo.driver.VoodooHDA to /etc/rc.wakeup chown root:wheel /etc/rc.* chmod 755 /etc/rc* (not shure this is needed) My additions in the attachement: Kexts.zip
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    Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Thanks malone46844! I replaced my dsdt with the one from kosterin you mention in your post #295, removed NullCpuPowermanagement.kext and Unload/Load VoodooHDA works with sleepwatcher, added unload/load of the ethernet kext to rc.wakeup, now even wired network works after sleep - great!
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    Asus 1201N Installation and support

    just a short state: I have the 1201n running allmost perfect in 32/64bit, exept sleep. Other than as in the gide, I use VoodooPS2, trackpad is recognised as synaptics 7.5 and is ajustable with the apple prefpane. Sleep works fine and fast, if I deactivate sound in bios, or unload voodooHDA before sleep. Unfortunatly I get a kernel panic when reloading it after sleep, else it could be solved with sleepwatcher
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    OSX 10.5.8 is now in software update

    Did a lot of try and error for the sleep fix. As for now the only working solution is change mach_kernel and System.kext back to 10.5.7 Works on my wind and my Latitude e6400
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    10.5.6 Released!

    The only thing you have to do for getting ps2 mouse and keyboard back is editing this file: ACPIPS2Nub.kext/Contents/Info.plist change "com.apple.driver.AppleACPIPlatform" value to "1.2.4" to fit the new "AppleACPIPlattform.kext" looks like this: <key>OSBundleLibraries</key> <dict> <key>com.apple.driver.AppleACPIPlatform</key> <string>1.2.4</string> <key>com.apple.iokit.IOACPIFamily</key> <string>1.2.0</string> <key>com.apple.kernel.libkern</key> <string>1.2</string> </dict>
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    AppleHDA Solution - Work in progress

    Hi Diego Giovani, thanks a lot!!! External mic is working great, internal still just noise. As I said before, output is much more important to me, specialy headphone out, so I can bring the sound to an external sounddevice. I'm happy with that. acer Aspire 2920z, allmost perfect 12" MacBook (only adding sleep would be great).
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    AppleHDA Solution - Work in progress

    Great!! Im here on an acer Aspire 2920z. Got it for me as a "toy" to play with osx86-leopard. Installed through partitioning a external usb-drive with guid and pc_efi_v8, copied the leopard retail version with software restore to the boot-partition, removed the critical kexts and added the necessary and used this for installing to the acer (guid, pc_evi, postpatching). Until today I had allmost everthing running - for wlan I'll get a macbook atheros-card from ebay (tested with my own before) lan works with a linksys usb200m. I got the patch for battery-meter..... Only sound was limeted to speaker out and sleep is not working. Now that's changed, I have full working volume adjustable outputs. Inputs are not working yet, there's noise coming out of the speakers, but nothing from the outside of the machine. I attach my linux codec output, you might see a difference to your configuration, but sound out is more importent to me for now. Thanks a lot to all the restless workers here codec_dump.txt