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Hello all, I'm pretty new to this but thanks to a lot of people on this forum I've been able to get a Leopard install on my P5W deluxe with almost everything working. But please forgive me if I mis-speak on any of this, I am still new and don't really know what I'm talking about.

 

For my install I used the kalyway disk to load the boot loader but am using the Iatkos disk for the other options. (I installed with Kalyway, then booted up Iatkos, deleted all the files and then re-installed IatkosR2).

 

One issue I am having is with sleep. I think it sleeps, but it will not wake up. In looking on the 'net for answers I came across a posting that said: (http://mckill.ca/?p=24)

 

stronzo
Jan 3rd, 2008 at 2:25 pm
Hi everyone,

I figured out my sleep issue. I was using the 9.1.0 ToH kernel. I switched to the 9.1.0 Vanilla kernel from Kalyway’s 10.5.1
official release and sleep now works along with USB.

 

So my question is, can I try to use the Kalyway kernel in my Iatkos install? I have read that if I use F8 during boot-up I can select a different kernel to use - I'd like to try that.

 

Next question: HOW do I replace a kernel? And what exactly is the "vanilla kernel?" I imagine it is either a file or group of files? But what?

 

Thanks, I know these are stupidly simple questions but my googling didn't provide any answers.

 

Thanks again.

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Hello all, I'm pretty new to this but thanks to a lot of people on this forum I've been able to get a Leopard install on my P5W deluxe with almost everything working. But please forgive me if I mis-speak on any of this, I am still new and don't really know what I'm talking about.

 

For my install I used the kalyway disk to load the boot loader but am using the Iatkos disk for the other options. (I installed with Kalyway, then booted up Iatkos, deleted all the files and then re-installed IatkosR2).

 

One issue I am having is with sleep. I think it sleeps, but it will not wake up. In looking on the 'net for answers I came across a posting that said: (http://mckill.ca/?p=24)

 

stronzo
Jan 3rd, 2008 at 2:25 pm
Hi everyone,

I figured out my sleep issue. I was using the 9.1.0 ToH kernel. I switched to the 9.1.0 Vanilla kernel from Kalyway's 10.5.1
official release and sleep now works along with USB.

 

So my question is, can I try to use the Kalyway kernel in my Iatkos install? I have read that if I use F8 during boot-up I can select a different kernel to use - I'd like to try that.

 

Next question: HOW do I replace a kernel? And what exactly is the "vanilla kernel?" I imagine it is either a file or group of files? But what?

 

Thanks, I know these are stupidly simple questions but my googling didn't provide any answers.

 

Thanks again.

 

you can just put a new kernel on the route of your drive and call it anything except mach_kernel and at boot just type in the name you called it as in "any_kernel" just remember that you need a matching system.kext file to go with the kernel.

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