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SleepEnabler for 10.7?

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It seems there are no sleep enablers for any version beyond 10.6.6 (without pmVersion hack, but that has potential for other KPs later), and no 10.7 support.

 

If there is nothing out already.. I will write a new kext later today for both 10.6.8, and 10.7 (DP4 at least). Since there are no 10.7 xnu sources available yet, it may be a bit of a challenge, but nothing that cannot be overcome.

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It seems there are no sleep enablers for any version beyond 10.6.6 (without pmVersion hack, but that has potential for other KPs later), and no 10.7 support.

 

If there is nothing out already.. I will write a new kext later today for both 10.6.8, and 10.7 (DP4 at least). Since there are no 10.7 xnu sources available yet, it may be a bit of a challenge, but nothing that cannot be overcome.

 

+1

 

I've not seen any....... so good luck writing it I guess ;)

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I had to use SleepEnabler on my Dell Inspiron 1720 up to SL 10.6.7. With 10.6.8 and 10.7 DP4, I no longer need SleepEnabler. Something changed but I couldn't say what it was.

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Well seems it's working, but without Lan (must change Ip) or unplug replug to work = must be "reseted"...

 

and this error twice during boot:

 

Jul 4 23:42:07 localhost kernel[0]: 0 0 AppleUSBCDC: start - initDevice failed

Jul 4 23:42:07 localhost kernel[0]: 0 0 AppleUSBCDC: start - initDevice failed

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