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  1. LucasBTeles

    Patchear Kernel

    Olá hackintoshers, instalei recentemente Mac OS X 10.6.3 no meu netbook e já atualizei para a 10.6.8, tem wireless e tudo O problema é que uma das tarefas que tenho de desempenhar para ter um bom hackintosh é patchear o kernel para o meu Intel Atom n270. Já fiz o download do kernel, o coloquei na Mesa e digitei o seguinte no terminal: sudo -s (senha) cd / cp ~/Desktop/mach_kernel/ Depois, pelo que eu sei, eu deveria digitar chown 0:0 mach_kernel e reiniciar o computador, mas o preoblema é que quando eu digito cp "~/Desktop/mach_kernel/" me aparece uma mensagem do terminal me ensinando como usar o comando "cp". Alguém poderia me ajudar com esse comando básico o qual sou muito burro pra conseguir resolver o problema? O que tenho que digitar então? Opa, desculpem, já resolvi o problema. Burrice minha