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10.6.5_legacy_kernel 10.5.0_[32-64Bit] 1.0

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10.6.5 legacy kernel for INTEL/AMD (32+64bit)

This is the latest xnu release:

- Supports everything the previous legacy kernel support

+ 64bit working kernel (Intel/AMD) thanks to Azimutz ;)




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I was waiting for this for days... :)

Some users report Kernel Panics with: arch=x86_64, but further it seems to work....

GOOD LUCK!! And report the issues.... Bye!

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Excited to finaly see the legacy kernal released, but I get kernal panic no matter what...Currently I can get away with using the chocolate_kernel which seems to work fine but would like to see this work aswell. Panic both 64 and 32bit

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It seems that it's not so easy to get the legacy_kernel running. I have this kernel running fine now... But the 64bit part is a bit tricky...

I didn't test it on AMD yet, but soon I shall give it a try! Good luck to you all!

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I'm with Rupke... Should i install this kernel if the current one i have is working. I have not gotten a sleep panic or any panic for that matter. Running 3 days now with an iAtkos 10.6.3install. Did the apple 10.6.4 upgrade then up to 10.6.5 apple upgrade. So now i am running 10.6.5 and i have no issues. What would be the benefit to this Kernel?

I can see if the current kernel i am using is not 64 bit bit but i don't know how to tell if its operating at that. Can someone at least help me with knowing how to tell if my mac is running 64 bit?

Thanks

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@taymeslayer

1. Go to "About this Mac"

2. Click on "More info"

3. On the left, go to the tab "Software"

4. If "64-bit kernel and extensions" is "No" then your Mac is running in 32 bit mode and if it's "Yes" then your Mac is running 64 bit.

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@DuckThom

If "64-bit kernel and extensions" is "No" but monitor show a lot of programs running at 64bit, then Mac is running in 32 bit mode or 64 bit mode? (this happen on my Mac book Pro and Mac book air 11"

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