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  1. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    1. Download sleepwatcher and create a .wakeup file. In the .wakeup, put osascript -e "set volume output volume 0" osascript -e "set volume output volume 100" essentially, muting and then setting the volume seems to fix it for me. Its still unfortunately quiet, but it sets it back to the pre-sleep levels. 2. Look under 'other' for 'synaptics touchpad' prefpane. It'll let you do all that. I went back to using the annoyingly loud button, though. Even at max pressure I was accidentally tap-clicking.
  2. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    I can't speak for the instability, but that message seems innocuous, I see it every time I turn on, and forcewake seems to make no difference (at this point I'm assuming forcewake loads from /var/vm/sleepimage - see my previous post regarding that). Does it Kernel Panic when it freezes? Is there anything in the system logs (open /Applications/Utilities/Console)?
  3. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Welp, I've just set up Meklort's LidSleep.kext on the 1201n (prepared pretty much as per Mosslack's guide) and it seems to work fine. I've had to set up sleepwatcher, to disable sound and airport on sleep - the sound would come back really quiet until it was muted then set back to 100%, the airport would, infrequently cause a Kernel Panic on resume. This was a problem before LidSleep, mind, and not a correlation. Trying to get deep sleep (hibernate on low battery) working now. Anyone got any pointers? Looking at my /var/vm/sleepimage, it doesn't seem to get touch'd on sleep, which seems odd. Doesn't seem to matter what pmset hibernatemode I use, either. (I'm hoping that if I can get the sleepimage written to, I can use ForceWake=y in boot) Hrmm.
  4. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Any reason you've avoided using the guide on HQ-A?
  5. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Hi guys, have just got my 1201N up and running, using a slightly altered implementation of mosslack's guide on HQ-A. Couple of quick questions, as I'm trying to get as close as possible to my macbook (aren't we all?) 1. Sleep works. So far, reliably. However, it doesn't seem to be documented if I should expect lid sleep (that is, going to sleep on lid close, waking up on lid open) to work, or if there's anything I can do to emulate that (AppleScript, SleepWatcher, whatever). Does the 1201N even send the signals OSX might need to know its time to sleep? 2. The 1201N has two mouse buttons beneath the touchpad, as is befitting something that expects Windows or Linux. Is there any way to force both of them to send a primary (left) click, making one big button a la a macbook. 3. Finally, sound seems kind of quiet using the VoodooHDA kext. Am I going to have to live with this, or are there workarounds? Thanks to all who've made this whole shenanigan possible. Meklort and Mosslack seem to be the names I see bandied around as key, but I'm sure there are more.