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  1. I decided to share my tools I use for generating the Mac information (from the .ioreg files) This package contains 3 tools for decoding data. -> iasl You know this one, allows decoding (and coding) of AML data. iasl -d <something>.aml iasl -tc <something>.dsl -> dmidecode This one allows decoding of SMBIOS tables. dmidecode --from-smbios <something>.bin -> edid-decode This one allows decoding of EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) binaries. edid-decode <something>.bin Download: https://rapidshare.c...oding_tools.zip EDIT: Oh yeah, I forgot to also put gfxutil in the zip. You can get this tool from EFIStudio.app (right click, show contents, Contents, Resources, it's there )
  2. Cloud ACPI Editor Beta 2 (No host atm) Sources: here Cloud ACPI Editor is simple Web Editor to create and edit ACPI tables. You can host it at home and add custom iASL binaries (see README). *This is still a WIP - expect bugs* Feel free to reply if you find broken stuff or you have a question! Working: Create a new file Load .dsl and .aml files Load multiple files Edit files Compile Show compiler output Settings Namespace (Tree) view Syntax Highlight Missing/Issues: Patches Menu (wip) Code is not optimized Other stuff
  3. Version 1.0


    iasl is the lastest as of now 2017-11-04 patchmatic was slightly tweaked based on Rehabman's, appending table names while extracting ACPI tables for convenience
  4. SOLUTION: Found out I was using the wrong version of MaciASL (1.4). The correct version is 1.31 RM. Hi everyone, So my end goal is to disable USB wake from sleep by applying either "usb_prw_0x0d_xhc.txt" or the "usb_prw_0x6d_xhc.txt" patch from RehabMan's repository. But before the (patched) DSDT.dsl can be compiled the following errors need to be cleared. So far I did the following: Used Clover + F4 to get DSDT.aml and the SSDT.aml files Used iasl in Terminal (iasl -da -dl DSDT.aml SSDT*.aml) to decompile DSDT.aml and SSDTs Opened DSDT.dsl in MaciASL When trying to compile the (unmodified, for testing's sake) DSDT.dsl file MaciASL spits out 6 errors. Tried both the 5.0A and 5.1 compiler: same result. 4.0 causes even more errors. 13920 6126 syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_ARG0 15571 6126 syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting '(' 15733 6126 syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_NAMESEG, expecting '(' 15746 6126 syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_STORE 15748 6126 syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_STORE 15757 6126 syntax error, unexpected PARSEOP_METHOD, expecting $end and premature End-Of-File How can these errors be fixed? I don't have enough knowdledge on the subject to fix it on my own. Help is greatly appreciated! Link to the terminal log Link to the DSDT.dsl file Update: Managed to get rid of 1 error by using refs.txt in the disassembly process as described in this thread.