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Use Teleport with another mac to install PS/2 drivers


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Hey all,


First of all i made this topic cause i thought it might help ppl that have another mac computer other than thier Hackintosh and need to install PS/2 drivers but dont have a USB keyboard to do it.


Firstly you need:

- Hackintosh (Given i have a custom desktop with 10.4.6 Myz)

- Second Mac (i'm using a 15" PowerBook G4 but others should work)

- Teleport (http://abyssoft.com/software/teleport/)

- Patched PS/2 Drivers (http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=21952)

- USB Mouse


1. Ok now firstly you need to make sure both computers are on the same network.

2. On the Second Mac install teleport then share a folder with the teleport pref pane and the kext in it.

3. On ur hackintosh go to the shared folder, install teleport and copy the kext to the desktop.

4. Once teleport is installed activated it and share the hackintosh. then connect to it from the second mac.

5. Now u have a keyboard and mouse on ur hackintosh!

6. now u can install the driver. first put the kext file in system>library>extensions folder.

7. Open the terminal (application>utilities>terminal>)

8. type "sudo -s" and then press enter

9. type chown -R root:wheel /system/library/extensions/appleps2controller.kext

10. type chmod -R 755 /System/Library/Extensions/appleps2controller.kext

11. type rm -r /System/Library/Extensions.kextcache

12. type rm -r /System/Library/Extensions.mkext

13. type exit

14. Restart osx and hopefully it will work.


Hope this is helpful for someone.



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