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    I did the Howto of mbd, and I still have the prohibited sign...
    Last edited by Magik; 04-08-2007 at 12:31 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Magik View Post
    I did the Howto of mbd, and I still have the prohibited sign...
    yeah me too - grey screen apple boot... looks at network for 5-10 secs carries on loading... thrashes HD for a 10 secs or so more then everything stops then prohibited sign i'm using a 120WD 1200VE Drive - theres mention of a pre-patched dmg floating about, can anyone give any pointers? - i've looked in the usual places...

    thanks for all your hard work

    u72

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    Thanks to me using a pre-modded version of the AppleFile.kext, thanks to DxQ, it's now working.

    This i think is the key to people's problems.

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    where do you get that pre-modded version?
    (it is also an image of it on OiNK, but where to download ONLY the cleaning script?)

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    If someone can send me an invitation to Oink... it will be very gentle!


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    Hey Paul,

    Man, thanks for all your help - it's truly appreciated. I'm doing okay, I think, but when I try to disable watchdog, I get a Permission Denied response in Terminal. I've managed to enable SSH, install Perian, Flip4Mac, etc, via Chicken, but I just can't seem to make any terminal commands stick, and I don't know how to disable Watchdog any other way. Any ideas?

    Cheers!

    S_B

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    Have you tried prefacing your commands with "sudo" so the commands get run with administrative permissions?

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    ppfff same f***** prohibited sign

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    I can gather my files/scripts together and send them out if anyone wants them.

    PM me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S_Bruv View Post
    Man, thanks for all your help - it's truly appreciated. I'm doing okay, I think, but when I try to disable watchdog, I get a Permission Denied response in Terminal. I've managed to enable SSH, install Perian, Flip4Mac, etc, via Chicken, but I just can't seem to make any terminal commands stick, and I don't know how to disable Watchdog any other way. Any ideas?
    Yes, as bubba mentioned, you may need to put "sudo" in front of some of the commands. You'll be prompted for a password when you do.

    Alternatively, you can type "sudo bash", and enter your password. For the rest of that terminal session (or until you type exit), everything you do will be at the administrator access level.

    One thing about installing all those items via VNC... Did you install them to the external drive, or the appropriate location of the Internal drive? If you just install them as you would normally do on a Mac, they will be installed on your external drive.


 

 

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