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About bonkiebonks

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    Using Darwin Airport Driver With Osx86 10.4.1

    Well, I just downloaded cyrana's file, double click it to extract its contents revealing a file "AppleAirPort2". I then opened up Terminal and change my directory to where the file was located and proceeded typing the following commands in the same order. $ sudo mv AppleAirPort2 System/Library/Extensions/AppleAirPort2.kext/Contents/MacOS/ $ sudo chown -R root:wheel System/Library/Extensions/AppleAirPort2.kext $ sudo cp -r System/Library/Extensions/AppleAirPort2.kext /System/Library/Extensions <<--- When this line of command was typed, I got an error about the two directories are identical but I just ignored it. $ sudo kextload System/Library/Extensions/AppleAirPort2.kext And finally, enjoy!!
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    Using Darwin Airport Driver With Osx86 10.4.1

    Yay! Wireless works for me. I replaced my Intel PRO/Wireless 2100 MPCI card wif a Dell TrueMobile 1350 on my Latitude X300 and wireless worked! I used the patched AppleAirPort2.kext file cyrana uploaded, ran the few remaining commands needed, and got it all working. Thanks alot!
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    [HowTo] Intel 8xx 1280x800 Full Support

    What exactly does Quartz Extreme or CoreImages do?
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    Using Darwin Airport Driver With Osx86 10.4.1

    Did you have to do any alterations before it could work?
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    Booting using the -x command

    Looks like I am able to get past that now, but I get a: Darwin/BSD (tiger-x86.local) (console) login: Any idea?
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    Booting using the -x command

    Hi. I'm new here and this is my first post. Anyway, I have a Dell Latitude X300, 1.2GHz, SigmaTel AC97 Sound card, integrated intel graphics. I have also applied the SSE->SSE2 patch. The problem however, is I can't seem to boot up without the -x. I have tried deleting everything that has ATI or Radeon in the /Systems/Library/Extensions but I still get stuck at the gray Apple screen during NORMAL boot. When I tried booting up on -v, the last message I see is Login Window started or something along that line, and nothing happens thereafter. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Cheers.