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Yet another step by step guide to install OS X Carlos


Experienced
by Carlos » Fri Jan 09, 2009 8:57 am
Posts: 78
**UPDATED on 1/12/08 based on feedback and posts later in the thread** Joined: Thu Jan 08, 2009
11:15 am
Location: Phoenix, AZ
**UPDATED on 1/20/08 based on feedback and posts later in the thread** Color and Model: Red S10
OS(s) installed: Mac OS X
10.5.6
**UPDATED on 1/24/08 to note the minimum version of the wi-fi enabler**

**UPDATED on 1/28/08 to add info about Bluetooth and sleep**

Install OS X on Lenovo S10


Please post in the Mac OS section of s10lenovo.com if you have questions/issues

(Note: Kexts should be installed using the kexthelper application)

(Note2: Some people have reported a failure for some kexts to install properly, and the
fix is to manually clear the caches. Also be sure to reboot between kext installs. I very
strongly recommend using the manual clearing method at the bottom of this file, and
rebooting each time you install a kext or group of them.)

(Note3: If you have an internal Bluetooth module, it will prevent the machine from
sleeping if it is on. To disable, before booting to an OS, press the wireless selection
button until the wireless light is blue. It may take many button presses.)

Install from Wind DVD with no changes in options/settings (MSIWindosx86.iso)

Fix MBR if needed (this is usually NOT needed):


fdisk -u /dev/rdisk0
(also maybe: fdisk -e /dev/rdisk0)

To bypass setup/migration loop, boot into single user mode (boot option, -s).
/sbin/fsck –fy
/sbin/mount –uw /
cd /Volumes/<YourHDname>/var/db/
touch .AppleSetupDone

Set root password:


passwd

Reboot and log in as root, create personal account.


Install the wi-fi enabler, reboot, log in as user, apply updates to 10.5.6.

Wi-fi enabler:
"bcm43xx_enabler 2.sh" (Earlier versions do not work with 10.5.6!)

After your apply the 10.5.6 update and reboot, you will lose KB and mouse. There are
two solutions to this; either plug in external devices, or apply these kexts *before*
rebooting after loading the update:
Both kexts from WindPS2Files.zip --
http://web.me.com/andrew.schultz/WindPS2Files.zip
Reboot

Install the three Intel GMA950 video kexts from 0x27ae.zip --


http://darwin950.googlecode.com/files/0x27ae.zip

Clear caches, reboot

AppleACPIPlatform.kext from "AppleACPIPlatform.kext for 10.5.6.zip"


The correct file is 772kb/700,661 bytes, 55 items dated 10/9/07
This fixes the fans and speedstep

Clear caches, reboot

VoodooPower.kext -- http://www.superhai.com/files/leopard/r ... r.kext.zip


Power GUI if desired -- http://www.superhai.com/files/leopard/r ... ontrol.zip

Clear caches, reboot

EHCISleepEnabler.kext -- http://superhai.com/files/leopard/relea ... r.kext.zip


ClamShellDisplay -- http://superhai.com/files/leopard/relea ... y.kext.zip

Clear caches, reboot

Now test whether your system goes into sleep when you close the lid and wakes when
you open it. If it does NOT, then open the Info.plist file in:
/System/Library/Extensions/IOUSBFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleUSBEHCI.kext/Contents/
Look for:
<key>CFBundleVersion</key>
<string>3.1.5</string> (This number varies, mine is 3.2.5)
And add this below it, then save and reboot:
<key>OSBundleCompatibleVersion</key>
<string>1.0</string>

Delete the AppleHDA.kext from /extensions


Reboot
Install AzaliaAudio.pkg -- http://www.mediafire.com/?enez1guzz1g
Reboot
Install CHUD tools -- http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?mzjlkm4idyb
Reboot

Audieee_1.0.1.zip -- http://www.s10lenovo.com/download/file.php?id=65
Put the file in /Applications/Utilities and run it. Audio works now; use menubar icon to
toggle (default is off). Add the Audieee application to your startup items.

To enable the trackpad prefpane:


10.5.6 Synaptics Trackpad Enabler.zip -- http://www.megaupload.com/ru/?
d=7WAN7BMH

IF KEXTS DON'T SEEM TO WORK, TRY THIS


To manually clear extension caches, as root:
rm /System/Library/Extensions.mkext
rm -r /System/Libraray/Caches/*
touch /System/Library/Extensions

Last edited by Carlos on Wed Jan 28, 2009 6:01 am, edited 5 times in total.

Carlos Alvarez
Phoenix, AZ

http://www.televolve.com

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Re: Yet another step by step guide to install OS X Carlos


Experienced
by Carlos » Fri Jan 09, 2009 9:03 am
Posts: 78
Here is a link to a file that contains all of the needed files: Joined: Thu Jan 08, 2009
11:15 am
Location: Phoenix, AZ
http://www.speedextreme.com/temp/jan/Lenovo_S10.zip Color and Model: Red S10
OS(s) installed: Mac OS X
10.5.6
Carlos Alvarez
Phoenix, AZ

http://www.televolve.com

Re: Yet another step by step guide to install OS X Luke


Beginner
by Luke » Fri Jan 09, 2009 2:25 pm
Posts: 18
Sweet! thanks alot I should have the iso in 20min can't wait to try this! Joined: Fri Dec 26, 2008
2:31 am

Re: Yet another step by step guide to install OS X burbs


Beginner
by burbs » Sat Jan 10, 2009 4:07 am
Posts: 6
Thanks for this! I was also getting frustrated since the "latest and greatest" installation I Joined: Sat Jan 03, 2009
could find was from at least 1 month ago. It just seemed strange that people didn't 4:31 am

keep up with the OS X installation stuff, or contributing what new stuff they did.
Thanks again!

Re: Yet another step by step guide to install OS X normalgewicht


New User
by normalgewicht » Sat Jan 10, 2009 3:50 pm
Posts: 4
Thanks for the Installation hints. Joined: Sat Jan 10, 2009
You forgot to mention, that: 3:43 pm

1. You need Kext Helper B7 to install the *.kext files


2. To activate Sleep Mode you will also need the File ACPIBattery.kext from superhai
Please add this two files into your download package and everyone will be happy

Last edited by normalgewicht on Sun Jan 11, 2009 5:47 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Re: Yet another step by step guide to install OS X vitorn


Beginner
by vitorn » Sat Jan 10, 2009 4:16 pm
Posts: 7
Thanks Carlos, great updated guide. Joined: Fri Dec 19, 2008
Could you tell us if your guide works with those of us who have installed internal S10 3:08 am

BT radios?
To be honest, I tried everything out there for weeks now, and I still can't get sleep
working.

Re: Yet another step by step guide to install OS X dumpav


Novice
by dumpav » Sat Jan 10, 2009 9:58 pm
Posts: 35
Picture 1.png Joined: Wed Dec 17, 2008
i just finish fresh install msiwind iso and install wifi 4:00 pm

bcm43xx_enabler.sh
so according the instruction i should install os update

should i just jump to 10.5.6 update?


and install all 6 following updates?

so i don't need to go 10.5.5 first > 10.5.6?

thanks
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Re: Yet another step by step guide to install OS X Carlos


Experienced
by Carlos » Sat Jan 10, 2009 11:45 pm
Posts: 78
Joined: Thu Jan 08, 2009
11:15 am
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Could you tell us if your guide works with those of us who have installed internal S10
Color and Model: Red S10
BT radios? OS(s) installed: Mac OS X
10.5.6

I don't have an internal BT module, so I don't know the answer on that. Is it possible to
buy/add that? I do wish I had it. I'm using a MacSense USB BT module, and it does work
just fine, and you can sleep with it on and active.

To be honest, I tried everything out there for weeks now, and I still can't get sleep
working.

It could be that your installation is just munged up now. Might be time to do a clean
install (erase partition) and try again. Unless there are hardware variations in the S10, I
would expect this to work just like it does on mine. I was very careful to document
every step in the same order I did it; the order can be important, as it is with some
other drivers.

1. Can you tell me, why I should clear the extension cache manually
2. The Trackpad Prefpane App does not work
3. Sleep Mode does not work

1. Normally not needed. If you load a kext and it seems to not work at all, try manually
clearing and reboot.
2. Did the trackpad enabler install without errors.
3. Double-check the changes to the plist file just after loading the clamshell and ehci
kexts.

so according the instruction i should install os update

should i just jump to 10.5.6 update?


and install all 6 following updates?

so i don't need to go 10.5.5 first > 10.5.6?

I took, all updates offered by the automatic software update. No need to go step by
step.

Carlos Alvarez
Phoenix, AZ

http://www.televolve.com

Re: Yet another step by step guide to install OS X Carlos


Experienced
by Carlos » Sat Jan 10, 2009 11:55 pm
Posts: 78
I have actively used the machine for about 7 hours now, across a couple days. I prefer Joined: Thu Jan 08, 2009
it over my MSI Wind, as I thought I would. Much better-quality hardware. Here's what I 11:15 am
Location: Phoenix, AZ
know is/is not working... Color and Model: Red S10
OS(s) installed: Mac OS X
10.5.6
Working:
Wi-fi
SD card
PCI slot with a card reader, but not a Linksys EC1000 NIC -- Will try eSATA tomorrow
Sound output with internal speakers
Backlight control with keys
Volume control with keys
Battery meters/indicators
Sleep with clamshell or manual, wake with clamshell opening
Bluetooth with MacSense USB adapter, can sleep with adapter in place
OKR button gives Expose
Novatel (Verizon) USB720 EV-DO aircard
MacBook Air USB ethernet adapter
Camera
Trackpad with tap, no extra features like scrolling
Press power to bring up sleep/shutdown/reboot options
KB works properly with buttons in the right places (such as CMD)

Not working:
Ethernet
Microphone
System shuts off if battery dies, instead of sleeping

Need to test:
VGA
External sound in/out

Carlos Alvarez
Phoenix, AZ

http://www.televolve.com

Re: Yet another step by step guide to install OS X dumpav


Novice
by dumpav » Sun Jan 11, 2009 1:09 am
Posts: 35
so after i run the installation of 10.5.6 mouse and keyboard not work, so i can only get Joined: Wed Dec 17, 2008
it work with usb keyboard mouse? 4:00 pm

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