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Andy, is it possible to use your kext alongside FakeSMC, to keep using HW sensor plugins?

 

Best regards!

 

...using both here :smoke:

 

 

Andy, rebuilt cache with kextwizard and still getting that message :worried_anim:

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Andy, is it possible to use your kext alongside FakeSMC, to keep using HW sensor plugins?

 

Best regards!

Yep no problem at all :D

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...well i can't seem to get rid of it..i'll try putting it back(dont steal mac os) removing yours... and then reverse the process, putting yours back :smoke:

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hmmm, it only shows up in the bootlog, not in ioregistry, not in loaded extensions either...where is that little bugger hiding?(i have rebuilt caches...also deleted the caches and let os rebuild them) no waiting for dsmos...just arrived....and earlier in the boot process than with dsmos loaded :smoke:

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hmmm, it only shows up in the bootlog, not in ioregistry, not in loaded extensions either...where is that little bugger hiding?(i have rebuilt caches...also deleted the caches and let os rebuild them) no waiting for dsmos...just arrived....and earlier in the boot process than with dsmos loaded :smoke:

Good. So the kext arrives.

It should work thus. ;)

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Hi guys, just confirm here, appledcrypt still work after update to 10.8.3 (my intel machine), no dsmos no fakesmc too http://cl.ly/image/2k3W3L3T3L3e and the log from kextstat http://cl.ly/1T052o3x2919

 

:whistle: Still waiting amd_kernel for Mountain Lion. Thanks again Andy.....

Still waiting for Apple 10.8.3 source release...

Soon (I hope) :D

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Hello Andy,

 

nice work by the way,

so, anything new about the 10.8.3 version of your kext ??

cause i do still have the wait for system mapper problem and cannot boot without the -x flag

 

Using a DC7900 C2D 3.16Ghz

and a 10.8.3 made by myhack tool on an external thumb drive.

 

 

cheers

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Hi Andy,

 

I read the topic, but it is still not clear for me why I should run this kext.

From what I do understand FakeSMC seems to do something to DSMOS, but your kext is using another approach.

 

Could you please tell me for what reason it should be used? (No flaming, just to have an answer.. :P)

 

Thanks for your work btw.! :)

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hi..

sorry to the basic question..

should I only put the appledecrypt.kext on s/l/e or other procedures..

thank you..

c.frio

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Pardon me Andy, i don't know to post this information so I'm posting here , see the AppleKextExcludeList on /s/l/e on Mavericks DP1 & DP2, i found this http://cl.ly/image/0b3y1z3M120v

 

Why those little Apple engineers...

Apparently they don't like my kexts lol.

They still work at the moment but in the future it might be needed to change the name of the driver...

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Why those little Apple engineers...

Apparently they don't like my kexts lol.

They still work at the moment but in the future it might be needed to change the name of the driver...

WTF :D

 

So they took all the names of the kexts from osx86 websites and made a blacklist kexts? (I hope the kexts can be blocked with a bootloader or maybe FakeSMC)..

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WTF :D

 

So they took all the names of the kexts from osx86 websites and made a blacklist kexts? (I hope the kexts can be blocked with a bootloader or maybe FakeSMC)..

Yeah. In DP1 and DP2 it doesn't work yet but with a future DP or GM it will.

Currently the kext can also be deleted but that's also gonna change I bet

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Sh*t...

I found one of my account's name, which is my current apple-id, in the list...

 

What the hell are they thinking. That's really childish...

 

And one of the most ridiculous one is com.CalDigit.driver.CalDigitUSBxHCI. Don't they even consider what if it's installed by users who purchase CalDigit's USB3 card?

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Sh*t...

I found one of my account's name, which is my current apple-id, in the list...

 

What the hell are they thinking. That's really childish...

 

And one of the most ridiculous one is com.CalDigit.driver.CalDigitUSBxHCI. Don't they even consider what if it's installed by users who purchase CalDigit's USB3 card?

Yeah... Huawei (USB 3G sticks) drivers are also blacklisted, etc...

When this goes into effect, a lot of mac users will be pissed...

Hell, what we know, we can bypass ;)

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Yeah... Huawei (USB 3G sticks) drivers are also blacklisted, etc...

When this goes into effect, a lot of mac users will be pissed...

Hell, what we know, we can bypass ;)

I believe they'd lost more fans if they do so... (or not? )

Apple is not that attractive to me since they've released a fu*ing unstable iOS6 for my iPhone4.

They should spend more time improving the stability, not on this stupid one.

 

I was thinking about if I should buy MacBook Pro after I go to college. Now, I'd probably choose hackintosh laptop to support osx86 project.  :D

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I feel it's the other way around. I think the kexts mentioned in the exclude list can be loaded without signing , which is required for other kexts which are not mentioned in the exclude list. i.e In other words Apple might be kind of helping our kexts bypass maverik's kext security in place.

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I feel it's the other way around. I think the kexts mentioned in the exclude list can be loaded without signing , which is required for other kexts which are not mentioned in the exclude list. i.e In other words Apple might be kind of helping our kexts bypass maverik's kext security in place.

That would be really cool.

That explains why it doesn't complain about those kexts when you install them.

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That would be really cool.

That explains why it doesn't complain about those kexts when you install them.

Yeah Andy. If that's the case , be ready to receive a pay check from Apple !  You deserve it :)

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Yeah Andy. If that's the case , be ready to receive a pay check from Apple ! You deserve it :)

Send them a mail: hey! You forgot some of my drivers. Lol

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