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SleepEnabler for OS X 10.6.7 Darwin 10.7.0/10.7.1 1.0

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Those who just need SleepEnabler for 10.6.7, here you go ? it has been tested on i386 and x86_64 architectures and works without any special boot flags.

This has been updated to work with the Darwin 10.7.1 kernel that Sandy Bridge people are using, as well as the Darwin 10.7.0 kernel which OS X 10.6.7 uses by default.

http://blog.nawcom.com/?p=640




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Sandy Bridge Kernel is 10.7.3 via 10.6.7 update for sandy bridge. Got version mismatch kernel panic.

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I'm having the same problem as keypox, it gave kernel panic with version mismatch on 10.7.3 kernel (gigabyte p67a-ud3-b3).

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Will not work with 10.6.7 (10.7.3 kernel) sandy bridge. Will only work with 10.6.6 sandy bridge macbook (10.7.1 kernel.)Anyone know how to fix it? It might be as simple as changing the PM version? Save us nawcom!

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Dunno why there is some link in the above sorry.... to make this sleepenalber work with kernel 10.7.3 just add pmVersion=23 to your boot.plist, like below. Kernel FlagspmVersion=23

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Does anybody know if this SLeep Enabler works currently?

Or by adding this:

Kernel Flags

pmVersion=23

I'm on 10.7.3 kernel...

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Thanks ! Is working on msi-wind u100 running 10.6.7 patched kernel 10.7.0. No special bootflags necessary as advertised.

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