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So here's a fun little problem I'm having: I multiboot with several other systems, and of course I've been using GRUB for a long time. Now, GRUB is able to boot OS X directly, which is nice, but it has it's limitations. Chameleon, the default bootloader for hackintoshes, is able to chainload GRUB, and GRUB is able to chainload chameleon, it's all very impressive, but one thing impresses me more about GRUB, namely that it is able to make the buttons on my trackpad work. In other words, when I chainload into chameleon and boot OS X 10.6.6, neither my keyboard nor my mouse buttons work at all! What's even worse is that my trackpad reacts just fine to input, I can move my pointer around, but even that doesn't seem to interact with anything, the dock doesn't pop up when I hover over it. I've burned through several VoodooPS2 kexts and the Apple kexts, but the ones that worked all ceased to function when I booted through chameleon. I would just continue to boot via GRUB, but I'm stuck at 800x600 resolution here, and I kinda want to be booting from chameleon before I take any more cracks at fixing that, just in case I have to work with DSDT files, which GRUB cannot load. Also GRUB forces verbose boot, and I want OS X largely because it's pretty, I get my verbosity fix from Arch linux. Oh, and this is a Samsung N210, which has an intel N450 motherboard, trackpad vendor unknown.
Hey guys, on my HP Elitebook 8460P I got some issues with the key mapping. Two keys seem to send the wrong scan codes. I know how to remap the scan codes within the VoodooPS2Controller.kext by @'RehabMan', as he described it here in the wiki. But what scan codes can I use? How can I read the actual scan codes (HEX) from the keys?
Hey guys, so I am having a terrible time trying to get VGA up and running on this machine. You can see my specs in my signature, but it's an HP Laptop on 10.10 with Intel HD 3000 graphics. So I've followed a couple guides... https://insanelydeepak.wordpress.com/2015/03/10/guide-vga-hdmi-intel-hd3000-gpu/ http://forum.osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/1969-guide-for-enabling-vga-and-hdmi-in-intel-hd3000-gpu/ http://www.osxlatitude.com/how-to-enable-vga-and-hdmi-on-intel-hd-3000/ They're all the same. but no matter what I do I can't seem to enable VGA output on this machine. I've got full QE/hardware acceleration, 1080p screen, HDMI working great, but I really need VGA on this thing. I'm not sure I'm doing all of the steps correctly - for instance, in the above guides it will list the VGA code and then have 'xx' where it says the 'port number for VGA' should go. What would I put there..? I've tried quite a few things, and I'll end up messing with it so much that it either boots in like 600x800 with no QE, or it doesn't show video at all. I've uploaded both my DSDT as well as my AppleIntelSNBGraphics.kext in a zip file, if possible could someone look over these to see what my deal is? I've been stuck on this one for a while now, feel like I've hit a wall here.. Archive.zip
1,017 downloadsIt contains VoodooPS2 and AppleACPIPS2Nub kext files that are compatible with Snow Leopard, 10.6.0-8. The OS disables PS/2 keyboards by default, but this driver enables them to work. Do not use this file if you are already using ApplePS2Controller. I downloaded this file almost 4 years ago and after reinstalling 10.6.0 recently, I decided to upload this file because I didn't see it available anywhere online. I don't remember where but to anyone who knows who is the original contributor of this file, feel free to post their names in the comments below so I know whom to give credit to. Thanks