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What do I need to patch for Kalyway 10.5.2


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I made a similar topic a while ago, for Kalyway 10.5.1. (Which incidentally I never had time to install)


Anyways, I'd be greatful if someone can please help me out once more, this time with Kalyway 10.5.2 (as I don't want to install a patch I don't need too)


This is my hardware;


Case: Antec P182

Motherboard: ASUS P5K-E WiFi

RAM: 2x2GB Transcend 800 (will be upgrading to 4x2GB Transcend 800)

Graphics Card: GIGABYTE 8800GTS 512MB (G92)

Hard-Drives: Western Digital 400GB IDE, Maxtor 500GB SATA

CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600

Heatsink/Fan: Zalman CNPS 9700LED

DVD Drive: SATA 20x

Monitor: ASUS VW222U (22'')

Speakers: Altec Lansing VS4121

Keyboard: Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 v1.0

Mouse: Logitech (can find the model number, but it's a laser mouse)


Do any of them need patching?


I haven't yet installed Kalyway... (I know it's taking a long time!)


So, please tell me how I should go about patching them.


Please reply.


Thanks in advance,




PS: Am planning multi-boot... with XP, Vista, Kalyways & Linux (haven't decided which distro yet).... pretty sure I can install them in that order if not, please tell me!

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Oh... well thanks.


(This is gonna take a while!)


Um... I have downloaded Kalyway...


This is a quote from prev topic;

2) After you have rebooted after installing that update package, download the kalyway kernels package here. Again, unzip and run the installer inside. When it comes to the part where you select a patched or vanilla kernel, assuming you installed the EFI option on the install DVD, choose the vanilla kernel and install. Reboot after installation and repair permissions with Disk Utility.


3) After that, you just install the Leopard Graphics Update from Apple which can be downloaded directly from Apple's site here. Mount the DMG and run the installer again, reboot and everything should be working. Repair permissions once again with Disk Utility


Note: You notice that multiple times I say to repair permissions, heres how you do it if you don't know how: Open the Disk Utility program from /Applications/Utilities, select your OS X volume from the right, and click the Repair Permissions button.


And this from vikingboy;

Realtek drivers for RTL8187 chipset





UPDATE: looks like asap18's P5KE fix script has some issues with leopard...

the network connections will NOT work properly until AppleYukon2.kext is deleted manually

you can find it inside /system/library/extensions/IONetworkingfamily.kext/contents/plugins/


I have updated the script to reflect this change, now the wifi works without issues.. just install this script (modified version of asap18's one)



And this, for my gfx;

Users of the 8800GT 512MB who wish to use the GFX-EFI method:


Link to files: http://www.mediafire.com/?7sxt11rmqjz



So once I have done all things listed above, it will work for me? With the latest Kalyway (10.5.2) release that I got off some pirates?


Please reply.


Thanks in advance,



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