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Hi,I just downloaded and installed the latest BrazilMacLeopard GM 9a581 Patched for Intel PCs (SSE3 ONLY) and Patch.

 

During the patching process, I ran the script but got a lot of 'No such file or directory' errors as it ran. Also my machine just boots to WinXP like usual.

 

I'm thinking it's probably a case-sensitivity issue. When i mount the USB drive in WinXP it appears as 'patcher' but when mounted in OSX it appears as PATCHER - how should I resolve this?Maybe I can create a symbolic link in the /Volumes dir with the correct case??

 

Full output is below - any help greatly appreciated!!

 

 

-bash-3.2# cd files/

-bash-3.2# ./9a581PostPatch.sh

Leopard Post Patcher by BrazilMac and friends from OSX86Scene

Deleting OSSMGR.plist...

./9a581PostPatch.sh: line 12: cd: /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/LaunchDaemons/: No such file or directory

Success !!

Replacing mach_kernel...

./9a581PostPatch.sh: line 19: cd: /Volumes/Leopard: No such file or directory

cp: /Volumes/Patcher/files/leopatch//mach_kernel: No such file or directory

chmod: /Volumes/Leopard/mach_kernel: No such file or directory

chown: /Volumes/Leopard/mach_kernel: No such file or directory

Success !!

Deleting necessary kernel extensions...

./9a581PostPatch.sh: line 29: cd: /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/: No such file or directory

mv: rename AppleACPIPlatform.kext to AppleACPIPlatform.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer.kext to AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename ApplePS2Controller.kext to ApplePS2Controller.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename AppleSMBIOS.kext to AppleSMBIOS.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename dsmos.kext to dsmos.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename IOATAFamily.kext to IOATAFamily.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename IOAHCIFamily.kext to IOAHCIFamily.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename AppleAC97Audio.kext to AppleAC97Audio.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename AppleAHCIPort.kext to AppleAHCIPort.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename AppleAzaliaAudio.kext to AppleAzaliaAudio.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename AppleVIA.kext to AppleVIA.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename AppleVIAATA.kext to AppleVIAATA.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename IOHDIXController.kext to IOHDIXController.kext.post: No such file or directory

mv: rename AppleHWSensor.kext to AppleHWSensor.kext.post: No such file or directory

Success !!

Adding patched kernel extensions...

./9a581PostPatch.sh: line 54: cd: /Volumes/Patcher/files/leopatch//ext: No such file or directory

usage: cp [-R [-H | -L | -P]] [-fi | -n] [-pvX] source_file target_file

cp [-R [-H | -L | -P]] [-fi | -n] [-pvX] source_file ... target_directory

chmod: /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/*: No such file or directory

Success !!

Remove AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext? [Y/N]

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9a581PostPatch.sh: line 12: cd: /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/LaunchDaemons/: No such file or directory

 

Notice it says /Volumes/Leopard

 

you need that volume to actually exist. Change the script to reference the correct volume name.

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"While we're at it, let's edit the 9a581PostPatch.sh file as well. This time, edit the fourth and fifth lines at the top of the file to look like this:

 

PATCH="/Volumes/LeopardPatch/leopatch/" # path to the patched extensions

LEO="/Volumes/Leopard" # path to Leopard installation

Save and close both files."

 

That is from LifeHacker, remember that you have to change the 4th and 5th line to match what your usb thumb drive is called. Yours should look like this:

 

PATCH="/Volumes/PATCH/leopatch/" # path to the patched extensions

LEO="/Volumes/Leopard" # path to Leopard installation

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cool - thanks, that enabled the script to run.

 

OSX still doesnt appear in the bootlader though :). I'm looking at the instructions here: http://forum.osx86scene.com/viewtopic.php?...p;sk=t&sd=a

In the 'Making it Bootable' section

 

but im unsure what diskXsx refers to in the command:

diskutil umount diskXsx

since im not restoring from a partition.

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