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10.5 Leopard - BrazilMac-9a581-Patch Problem


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sorry for my outdate since most people installing the 10.5.1 or 10.5.2

 

after download 10.5 and bazil patch for a while... and today finally feel like to install it, so just use the 10.5 instead of download the new one.... :P

 

i follow the installation guide for bazil patch

 

Step 3. Patching Leopard

 

* Now that you have got Leopard installed, you need to patch it. Before we do that Boot into the Leopard DVD like the way you did before.

* Wait for the Darwin Bootloader to load. Once it loads up press F8. You should now see a prompt. Type -s and hit enter. The DVD will now load in Verbose mode. Watch for any errors. It should load without a problem because you have already installed Leopard.

 

i get stuck in the step 3 here... after loading all the command.. it stop in the screen with -sh-3.2# (waiting for me to enter command and it does not load into MacOS

 

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can anyone teach me how to solve it???

 

thanks

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can anyone please help me to solve this problem

 

thx

Your instruction has a typo. It's not -s but -v. -s causes Darwin bootloader boot into the single-user mode. That's why it waits a command. -v means the verbose mode. Try with -v.

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Your instruction has a typo. It's not -s but -v. -s causes Darwin bootloader boot into the single-user mode. That's why it waits a command. -v means the verbose mode. Try with -v.

--S

 

oh... i see.. thx, i will go home and try it tonight...

 

but just wondering how come those installation guide told to use -s ...

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and now i got problem up to this sage

 

Once the terminal loads up, you now need to browse to your USB Drive, so follow the steps below, typing it exactly as it appears below in the Terminal.

In the command line type the following as they appear here

 

cd ..

cd ..

cd Volumes

cd Patcher

cd files

 

when i type cd volumes. it said no such file or directory....

 

what should i do?

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okay.. you type

cd ..

cd ..

cd ..

cd ..

cd ..

cd Volumes

cd Patcher

cd files

 

 

i cd .. a number of times so that it is at the top directory.

alternatively you can type ls to see if the volumes folder is there. if it is not the cd .. again.

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okay.. you type

cd ..

cd ..

cd ..

cd ..

cd ..

cd Volumes

cd Patcher

cd files

i cd .. a number of times so that it is at the top directory.

alternatively you can type ls to see if the volumes folder is there. if it is not the cd .. again.

ya.... now i got volume...

 

but for cd patcher.. no such file or directory

 

i already rename the usb to patcher -_-

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well.. i got to the last step... and got the patch install...

 

but after restart.. i remove the usb drive and the install dvd

 

it doesn't load anything, not even load in the OsX....just the black screen with the cursor blinking...

 

so i guess the OsX installation is fail in my case....

 

maybe download the 10.5.2 and install again later...

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well.. i got to the last step... and got the patch install...

 

but after restart.. i remove the usb drive and the install dvd

 

it doesn't load anything, not even load in the OsX....just the black screen with the cursor blinking...

 

so i guess the OsX installation is fail in my case....

 

maybe download the 10.5.2 and install again later...

 

Its not a fail, you just don't have the bootloader installed properly by the sound of it.

Check through what you are doing again.

 

1 - Boot with the DVD.

2 - Press F8, then type "-s"

3- type "cd /Volumes/bootloader" (or where ever you have efi bootloader files)

4 - type "dd if=./guid/boot1h of=/dev/rdiskXsY bs=512 count=1 (X is the disk number and Y is the partition number on which you installed Leo)

5 - type "dd if=./guid/boot0 of=/dev/diskX bs=400 count=1

6 - type "./startupfiletool -v /dev/diskXsY ./boot_v8"

 

disk number and partition number are the key things to get right.

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Its not a fail, you just don't have the bootloader installed properly by the sound of it.Check through what you are doing again.1 - Boot with the DVD. 2 - Press F8, then type "-s" 3- type "cd /Volumes/bootloader" (or where ever you have efi bootloader files) 4 - type "dd if=./guid/boot1h of=/dev/rdiskXsY bs=512 count=1 (X is the disk number and Y is the partition number on which you installed Leo) 5 - type "dd if=./guid/boot0 of=/dev/diskX bs=400 count=1 6 - type "./startupfiletool -v /dev/diskXsY ./boot_v8"disk number and partition number are the key things to get right.
well.. how do i get the disc number?only 1 harddisk... but split into two partition... the 1st partition is the Mac OS, the 2nd partition got nth in it.. but i think i format as MSDOS.....so for both X & Y is 1 ?
Use the patcher in my sig,It does EFI and also installs to 10.5.2 with graphics update.Only way to go...
when should i apply ur patch?and how should i apply ur patch?
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Its not a fail, you just don't have the bootloader installed properly by the sound of it.

Check through what you are doing again.

 

1 - Boot with the DVD.

2 - Press F8, then type "-s"

3- type "cd /Volumes/bootloader" (or where ever you have efi bootloader files)

4 - type "dd if=./guid/boot1h of=/dev/rdiskXsY bs=512 count=1 (X is the disk number and Y is the partition number on which you installed Leo)

5 - type "dd if=./guid/boot0 of=/dev/diskX bs=400 count=1

6 - type "./startupfiletool -v /dev/diskXsY ./boot_v8"

 

disk number and partition number are the key things to get right.

 

at 1st, i type cd /Volumes/bootloader... it said no such file or directory

 

then l use ls to show the directory.... i got the folder "Volumes"

so i use "cd Volumes"

in there.. i type cd bootloader.....it said no such file or directory

so in there i use ls again.. and this time nth in it.. does that mean i dun hv the folder call bootloader?

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  • 1 year later...
please help me if anyone know my issue ;)

 

If you have problem while you use -v -x, than you load on hard disk volume window of Leopaard Installer than you see any hardisk icons into area. When you see your usb-stick into area than you start terminal and prompt cd /Volumes/<Usb-Stick-Name> and prompt ./9a581PostPatch.sh

 

Do not worry sometimes usb-stick do not know on Leopard. But I try with extdernal hard disk and usb stick supports... Thank you.

 

Now i have Problem after 9a581PostPatch to restart. What does it happen? Why does Darwin Bootloader not start up???? Eh?? If i have forgotten about patched boot kernel into Where is orginal boot directory of leopard? I must to copy from usb-stick into Leopard Harddisk. Thank you..

 

:angel:

 

Best regards Joe

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