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  1. for both (ext3 and NTFS) there are commercial drivers from paragon. for NTFS there is free MC FUSE + NTFS-3G for ext2 (but think not ext3) there is free ext2fsx
  2. Toshiba Tablet M700

    I'm trying to install Leopard on this machine (I previously used the M400 with success) At the moment I installed Kalyway 10.5.2 Graphics (X3100) VID 8086 PID 2a02 at the moment I removed the Intel video drivers, and I'm going in 1024x768 ... I read about a sleep trick, that I'll try Network (82566MM) VID 8086 PID 1049 it is not recognized... so this is my main problem at the moment I would like to collect the M700 users expirience ... when I'll solve the previous problem I'll check other things... (otherwise on this machine I'll use Ubuntu as main OS... :-( ) Audio (I'll try Taruga) Pen (probably with tablet magic) Touch (??) BT (it should work withsame of M400) Wireless 4965AGN VID 8086 PID 4229 SD VID 104c PID 803c Fingerprint (seen as USD, working?) VID 08ff PID 1600 WebCam (seen as USB but seems not working) VID 04f2 PID B008
  3. Broadcom bcm43xx wireless driver [beta]

    I have a problem with a PCMCIA card... it is not recognized asairport after a resume from sleep... it is not a problem of PCMCIA because it is recognized as PCMCIA exactly the same... but it says "no airport is installed" any ideas? is there some kext that I can try to unload and reload? thanks in advance
  4. Broadcom bcm43xx wireless driver [beta]

    HI, I have an AUS WG-100g PCMCIA card... in System profiler it said: pci14e4,4320: Type: Other Network Controller Driver Installed: Yes Bus: PCI Slot: PCI Slot 0@4,0,0 Vendor ID: 0x14e4 Device ID: 0x4320 Subsystem Vendor ID: 0x1043 Subsystem ID: 0x100f Revision ID: 0x0002 pci14e4,4320: Function: Network Controller Vendor: Unknown Type: CardBus Vendor ID: 5348 Device ID: 17184 The card is recognized as Airport and works but as b (11Mbs) instead of g (54Mbs) do you have some idea? UPDATE: I thought that it was b because in the menu under the PCMCIA icon it says "Broadcom 802.11b CardBus" but now I see under NetworkUtility that it says "Link Speed: 54Mbit/s Vendor: unknown Model: Wireless Network Adapter (802.11 b/g)" is there some utility to check the effective status of the link?
  5. Toshiba Built-in Bluetooth Working!

    It stopped to work for me when I upgraded to 10.5.2 (KalywayUpdate and kernel update)... Any ideas? thanks... in ioreg I have now: | +-o VALZ <class IOACPIPlatformDevice, registered, matched, active, busy 0, retain 7> | | +-o ToshibaAcpi <class ToshibaAcpi, !registered, !matched, active, busy 0, retain 4> I think that it means NOT registered and NOT matched
  6. Toshiba Portege M400, Native success

    I tried to use bluetooth now but it does not work... it is the first time after 10.5.2 update and PCI enabling I tried to load it as usual but is is recognized but set "off" without the option did someone solved the problem already? I'll try to revert the PCMIA enabling kext... but I would like to have both working :-D UPDATE:: it does not work also with 10.5.2 nomal IOPC....kext :-( any ideas?
  7. Toshiba Portege M400, Native success

    I think that I'm using a old version of tabletMagic... (no Digify.cmd :-D) In the previous thread I said all that I know.. 1) change the pslist to expose the serial 2) try to boot with another kernel 3) install tabletmagic BTW meanwhile I updated to 10.5.2 using kalyway combo update and kalyway kernel installer then as suggested by spagde I installed also the PCMIA controller (v8) and now for the first time it works... My main lacks are: internal wireless (I'm using a USB version ... but...) internal mic (when I need it I use a BT headset... but...)
  8. Toshiba Portege M400, Native success

    did you follow the instructions in this thread?
  9. Toshiba Portege M400, Native success

    not at all... I'm happy that my posts helped you as I was helped by others' ones.
  10. Toshiba Portege M400, Native success

    the automatic apple update does not work , but there is a post that explain how to do it (i didn't try it yet however) did you try what suggested in http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?s=&...st&p=569544 I use internal bluetooth without problem (or better I have to reload the extension after the sleep)
  11. Toshiba Portege M400, Native success

    I'll check it too... thx
  12. DHCP works for me... Kalyway 10.5.1 the only thing that I had to do after installing the driver... was to add the new ethernet "tab" to my location in the network preferences beacuse it was not present there...
  13. Toshiba Portege M400, Native success

    update: I used the same dirver that i used under Tiger and they works in leopard too (I'm using the wireless connection now)
  14. Toshiba Portege M400, Native success

    remember to report the procedure and hints that you used and possibly opinions on the difference for our computer
  15. Toshiba Portege M400, Native success

    1) to expose the serial Edit info.plist: /system/library/extensions/Apple16X50Serial.kext/Contents/PlugIns/Apple16X50ACPI.kext/Contents/Info.plist change IONameMatch string: PNP0501 to WAC004 2) to boot with tohkernel itis enough to write tohkernel at the boot 3) there exists inkwell but the handwriting recognition is very primitive... it is possible to enable it bye tabletmagic however the pen support is good (pression, precuision etc) so the problem is the lack of software perhaps there is something to port from the linux world...