The Bluetooth kext doesn't work for me. My machine may very well not have Bluetooth enabled. But it's okay since the tiny USB dongle works just fine (even if it's unfortunate that I have to keep reinstalling the Mighty Mouse each time I wake the computer or restart it).
I'm completely new to OS X, and am just wondering what sort of effort is involved in getting something like the external video to work. Can someone take a moment to explain the thought/diagnosis process for something like this? I'm just curious.
All my software experience is in the applications/enterprise architecture area, and I've never had to do more on the hardware side than apply vendor o/s patches and update drivers before.
Toshiba NB200 - Intel® Atom™ processor N280, 1.66 GHz, FSB: 667 MHz, DDR2 RAM (800 MHz) 2,048 MB (running at 533MHz ), 160GB HDD (running at SATA I speeds ) Mobile Intel® GMA 950 1024x600, (external to 1,600 x 1,200 x 85 Hz), 3x USB 2.0, VGA Web Camera, 2-in-1 Bridge Media slot (supports SD™ Cards up to 16 GB), Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Ethernet, ALC662 Audio, V1.2 Bios.
Multiboot: OSX 10.5.7, Windows 7, Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope, Moblin V2.0
How do you get sleep working with opening and closing the lid so that I don't have to hit the button each time?
One more question for everyone, does it run vanila kernel without the need for cpus=1 at boot, or is it on voodoo?
Edit, no matter, found the guide again and saw it has cpus=1 fix enabled. Anyone tried voodoo kernel and does it affect the ability to sleep and wake?
Last edited by rorydaredking; 08-04-2009 at 04:53 PM.