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    Default [Help] Snow Leopard 10.6 -TO- 10.6.2 Kernal Panic

    Hi, I was not sure where to put this, so i put it here please do not flame, i am a noob on the Mac OS front so i would appreciate some help.

    1st, I have managed to install snow leopard 10.6 from the retail DVD, Thankyou all for your wonderfull guides around the internet.

    Now 2nd, After all the trouble getting it to installed, it was running perfectly, I fired up Software Update and installed 10.6.2, now i get com.apple.dsmos panic ..? I have read on the internet that DSMOS Means (Don't Steal Mac OS).

    I did a little searching around and found a .kext called fakesmc.kext, I installed it (At least i think i did) then tried upgrading again, Same problem..

    So, I was hoping that somone here could help me with a guide on how to install kexts and, How to fix this problem ive spent around 2 weeks figuring this out just to get it installed and im not inclined to give up now.

    Thankyou all in advance.
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    Regarding my post above,

    Do i delete "Don't Steal Mac OS X.kext" and then install fakesmc.kext, THEN update? because im still getting the com.apple.dsmos panic after trying many different ways, but ive never tried deleting Don't Steal Mac OS X.kext..

    Please reply im tired of this i just want to update and use it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caskast View Post

    Please reply im tired of this
    Yes, me too
    So here is a reply:

    Your plan sounds good. Would check to see if there is actually that kext in system, and move it out of the way so just in case, can revert back.
    Hope that the problem is just that kext and nothing more.

    Cheers,

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    Thankyou for your reply, I found the kext "Don't Steal Mac OS X.kext" In S/L/E so im going to move it out and install fakesmc.kext and update, Hope it works ^.^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caskast View Post
    Thankyou for your reply, I found the kext "Don't Steal Mac OS X.kext" In S/L/E so im going to move it out and install fakesmc.kext and update, Hope it works ^.^
    Hi,
    You could use OSX86 Tools to backup your kexts, and maybe repair permission, delete cache before update.

    Cheers,


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    Quote Originally Posted by Caskast View Post
    Thankyou for your reply, I found the kext "Don't Steal Mac OS X.kext" In S/L/E so im going to move it out and install fakesmc.kext and update, Hope it works ^.^
    If it doesn't and you have Sleep Enabler.Kext try deleting that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dj Osiris View Post
    If it doesn't and you have Sleep Enabler.Kext try deleting that.
    Thanks Dj Osiris for the suggestion.
    How is your weekend?
    Hope you have a very good time

    Regards,

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    You to my friend and no problem . I could do with a little more of this though .

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    Ehh No luck, I deleted Don't steal mac os.kext, added fakesmc.kext, removed sleep enabler.kext, deleted S/L/C repaired permissions, updated reboot, then i got a message saying "Waiting for DSMOS" while booting in Verbose mode

    edit: Thanks for the replys guys, i appreciate it xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caskast View Post
    Ehh No luck, I deleted Don't steal mac os.kext, added fakesmc.kext, removed sleep enabler.kext, deleted S/L/C repaired permissions, updated reboot, then i got a message saying "Waiting for DSMOS" while booting in Verbose mode

    edit: Thanks for the replys guys, i appreciate it xD
    Yup, that is exactly what I'm afraid was going to happen.

    You could try this.
    If using Chameleon then move that FakeSMC to /E/E, rebuild Extensions.mkext. Repair permission for both /S/L/E and /E/E, delete system and startup cache USING Terminal within SL environment. Then try to reboot with -x -v -f.

    Good luck.


 

 
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