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TSC sync XNU patch

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awesome, will try this. thank you Kassi and thanks for compiling cosmo1t.

 

edit1: thanks to OUI I got both cores working now

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THANKS!!!! OUI!!! i'll been waiting for this patch a lot of time xD.

 

 

thanks OUI again!

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Thanks very much !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

I try immediatly ;)

 

EDIT : This patch work fine :P for me !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

THX all and OUI !!

 

EDIT : Finally I have a problem with my USB !! When I plug USBpreipheral, it doesn't work !!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

But if I boot on OSX after plug my USB... it work

 

Any idea ??

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3. Install the new kernal and reboot with -tscsync -v

 

yes "thank you to OUI, Kassi, and cosmot1"

 

working on my HP NC 6320.

 

do I need the tscsync patch too ? Just installed the 9.4 kernel all Ok so far.

 

do I need to type the command above every time I start up ?

 

edit: put the command tscsnc into apple boot.

 

Anyone else having troubles with Parallels when both cores are working ? My Win2K installation freezes every time (with or without VT)

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Thank you. I myself and many Inspiron E1705/9400 and other Core Duo Dell laptop users have been waiting for this. This works perfectly with Dell Inspiron 9400. I updated to 10.5.3 with the Vanilla kernel and the correct system.kext, then replaced the kernel 9.3 with the one provided here. Everything went smoothly. Installed MenuMeter and it shows two cores. I can't thank the author of the patch enough.

 

-DTsu

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what version of parralles. Does the same thing happen w/ fusion.

can you try to install a new 2k installation??

 

first check the log for Parallels.

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Thanks very much !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

I try immediatly :rolleyes:

 

EDIT : This patch work fine :rolleyes: for me !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

THX all and OUI !!

 

EDIT : Finally I have a problem with my USB !! When I plug USBpreipheral, it doesn't work !!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

But if I boot on OSX after plug my USB... it work

 

Any idea ??

 

 

You have to make sure your system.kext matches your kernel. I installed using 10.5.2 kalyway. Used the Upgrade package to upgrade to 10.5.3 with the moblin kernel (which also installed the 9.3 matched system.kext with the kernel). Last, I downloaded the 9.3 kernel from this thread and replaced the moblin kernel. USB worked after that (without booting with it).

 

-DTsu

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THANKS!!!! OUI!!! i'll been waiting for this patch a lot of time xD.

thanks OUI again!

 

jostfx, your sig says:

Dell Inspiron E1705: Kalyway 10.5.4 w/ Darwin 9.4.0 (TSC sync + XNU patch) and Chameleon v1.0.11

 

really, it's a tsc sync patch, applied to the XNU kernel ;) (ie mach/xnu are what makeup the "full" kernel)

 

I'm glad this is working for people. As for an AMD patch, i don't know.. if you can provide me w/ a diff file to apply first for amd, then i'll apply the tsc patch, compile it, and you can test it, as i have no way to test AMD

 

cos

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@cosmo1t

 

would a patch like this also be possible for Asus Notebooks? i tried the provided kernel and boot argument but it didnt work with my laptop.

i can only boot with cpus=1

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Thanks you Guys !! it's working on DELL XPS M1710 !! :D

For me CPU seems to be hotter (both at 49°C) now I heard fans.

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@cosmo1t

 

would a patch like this also be possible for Asus Notebooks? i tried the provided kernel and boot argument but it didnt work with my laptop.

i can only boot with cpus=1

 

uh, could you post more information and your error log, because i don't have any acer hardware, and i wouldn't know what would make it different on a motherboard, this is cpu specific.. unless maybe bad bios implementations..

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jostfx, your sig says:

Dell Inspiron E1705: Kalyway 10.5.4 w/ Darwin 9.4.0 (TSC sync + XNU patch) and Chameleon v1.0.11

 

really, it's a tsc sync patch, applied to the XNU kernel :lol: (ie mach/xnu are what makeup the "full" kernel)

 

I'm glad this is working for people. As for an AMD patch, i don't know.. if you can provide me w/ a diff file to apply first for amd, then i'll apply the tsc patch, compile it, and you can test it, as i have no way to test AMD

 

cos

 

ahha yes i know, i fix that today. tscsyn adds to mach/XNU kernel

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I just installed the compiled 9.2 kernel listed on page 1 of this post and get a grey "need to restart" screen. I was working with a fresh install of iaktos 10.5.4 with toh kernel 9.2 The way i read this post I thought all I needed to do was to install one of the compiled kernels listed on page 1 post 2 of this thread using osx86tools and I would be good. what did i do wrong? was I suppose to use the patch somewhere? I have a dell D620.

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Hi!

 

How can i apply this patch to the kernel i´m using right now?

 

The Vanilla kernel didnt work for me, computer keeps restarting right after darwin bootloader (like when i use cpus=2 on the kernel i´m using now).

 

I have iatkos v2.0i updated to 10.5.4 via Pacifist (with 10.5.2 kernel and extensions).

 

Should i try to update system.kext to 10.5.4 one and then try the 9.4 kernel? Is it safe?

 

Thanks in advance.

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You have to make sure your system.kext matches your kernel. I installed using 10.5.2 kalyway. Used the Upgrade package to upgrade to 10.5.3 with the moblin kernel (which also installed the 9.3 matched system.kext with the kernel). Last, I downloaded the 9.3 kernel from this thread and replaced the moblin kernel. USB worked after that (without booting with it).

 

-DTsu

 

 

Thanks, my system.kext isn't good you are right, I don't have the same kernel, Patched kernel is in 9.2.0 and my old kernel 9.2.2 I don't have reupdate in 10.5.4 yet, but if I change string in system.kext, my system doesn't boot, any idea to update system.kext ??

 

Thx 

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Thanks, my system.kext isn't good you are right, I don't have the same kernel, Patched kernel is in 9.2.0 and my old kernel 9.2.0 I don't have reupdate in 10.5.4 yet, but if I change string in system.kext, my system doesn't boot, any idea to update system.kext ??

 

Thx 

 

extract it with pacifist from a downloaded update.

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Hi again!

 

I tried to update system.kext to 10.5.4 and the 9.4 kernel but the same happened (instant reboot after darwin bootloader).

 

Now I have the 10.5.4 system.kext with my old working ToH kernel 9.2.0 restored.

 

So I have only left to try to patch the ToH kernel, but don´t know how to apply it.

 

Can someone help me with this?

 

Edit: I tried -tscsync -v arguments in darwin bootloader but does the same. I think the problem is that vanilla kernels dont work for my dell 9400.

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