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Patched mach_kernel 10.6.0 for Atom-based netbooks

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I make patch, test it please.

 

mach_kernel 10.2.0 (Mac OS X 10.6.2)

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Original russian article here.

Google translated page here.

 

mach_kernel 10.3.0 (Mac OS X 10.6.3)

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Original russian article here.

 

mach_kernel 10.3.0 (Mac OS X 10.6.3) Fixed 64-bit mode by Dreamwatcher

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Original post here.

 

mach_kernel 10.4.0 (Mac OS X 10.6.4)

Download Link here.

Original russian article here.

 

mach_kernel 10.5.0 (Mac OS X 10.6.5)

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Original russian article here.

 

mach_kernel 10.6.0 (Mac OS X 10.6.6)

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Original russian article here.

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1. Download zip to Desktop

2. Unzip by double click

3. Open Terminal.app

4. sudo -s

5. Enter your root password

6. cd /

7. mv mach_kernel mach_kernel_1062

8. cp ~/Desktop/mach_kernel /

9. chown 0:0 mach_kernel

10. reboot

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Méthode du post #8 ça marche nickel !

 

Post#8 method works realy fine...

 

Thank huge :( @teateam

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I get the following kernel panic, I had to use my phone to take the picture.

 

I made it back into osx, I installed an eval version of MacDrive and was able to copy the original kernel back in.. (luckily i dual boot)

 

I searched for any type of log entries but I'm not seeing any.. if you know where I should look for info, I'll be happy to post log files.. I would really like to get this working so i can upgrade

 

This is an MSI WIND U100, Atom CPU N270 @ 1.60 GHz, 2GB RAM running snow leopard 10.6.1 (vanilla install)

 

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@msimac you didnt remove sleepenabler.kext before putting new kernel. boot with your old kernel and remove sleepenabler.kext, download new 10.6.2 compatible version and install it. then it will all be ok.

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I get the following kernel panic, I had to use my phone to take the picture.

 

I made it back into osx, I installed an eval version of MacDrive and was able to copy the original kernel back in.. (luckily i dual boot)

 

I searched for any type of log entries but I'm not seeing any.. if you know where I should look for info, I'll be happy to post log files.. I would really like to get this working so i can upgrade

 

This is an MSI WIND U100, Atom CPU N270 @ 1.60 GHz, 2GB RAM running snow leopard 10.6.1 (vanilla install)

 

Your problem is possibly your disabler and/or possibly your EFI kext cache. I had this on my first reboot. Then I switched to nullcpupowermanagement.kext from netkas and updated my efi kext cache. It worked on the next reboot.

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Thanks, Works a treat! :D One added bonus of 10.2.0 seems to be that SpeedStep after sleeping is now working again. :)

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@msimac you didnt remove sleepenabler.kext before putting new kernel. boot with your old kernel and remove sleepenabler.kext, download new 10.6.2 compatible version and install it. then it will all be ok.

 

I have the same problem. I am new at this. Can you please, show me how to boot with my old kernel and remove sleepenabler.kext and install the new 10.6.2 . Thanks

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Nice work Teateam! Curious to see how you made the patch without the kernel sources? Will you work on it when Apple releases the sources in a couple of weeks? Keep up the good work!

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Work great on my N270 (EeePC 1000H)

 

And what have you patched ?

 

Can you explain us, so we could do the same job for next releases ???

 

Do you think we can do the same with sed or somethink like that ?

 

Great job, thanks a lot.

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