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Join Date: Jan 2009
Re: MiniScript v7.11 beta 5 (back from 6) - 01-28-2009, 08:53 PM
If we're at v7.1b5, that's pretty good. Especially since Windows is only at v7.0beta after about 20 years and Mac OS X is at 10.5 at 25 years. You should be caught up with Apple by April!
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Join Date: Jan 2009
Re: MiniScript v7.11 beta 5 (back from 6) - 01-28-2009, 11:37 PM
i'm using 7.7 to reinstall it all right now.. when i'm done i will enter 80 and then -f update to 10.5.5 with downloaded dmg and then reboot type 80 and then try the miniscript (which do i try at this point 7.11b5 or 7.9?) then if it works reboot again but this time with the -f again and try to update the rest. reboot again with out -f and run the n7.11b5 reboot and have a badass mini9mac... ? anything in that sounds off tell me please because i am gonna follow that exactly...
ok im starting round 2 right now, all sorts of fresh! on my previous install of this i could never run the miniscript (not any of them) i installed right to 10.5.6 from .4 and when it came time to run the miniscript it just always errored out on me with the usual error...i might mention the ones making these faqs and helping people need to remember that not everyone has a working efi partition because we are here with fresh installs trying to get to that point, that being said every faq i have read so far is wrong.. apparently you must run this before you go to 5.6 and after. starting to get angry over here about this whole thing but then i think of how many times you guys failed and i feel better about it... but the fact still remains we need a few of the faqs changed... all i see is the same probs..
Join Date: Dec 2008
Re: MiniScript v7.11 beta 5 (back from 6) - 01-28-2009, 11:56 PM
8GB SSD, 1GB RAM
OS X 10.5.6
Join Date: Feb 2009
Re: MiniScript v7.11 beta 5 (back from 6) - 03-10-2009, 08:00 PM
Disable Safe Sleep (Hibernate) for OSX is fairly easy, nothing really complex about it.
1. Open Terminal
2. Type "sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0" (Do not type the quotes)
3. Type "sudo rm /var/vm/sleepimage" (That will free up between 1 to 2 gb of storage, as it is the RAM backup)
If you need to re-enable the safe sleep, replace the 0 with a 3.
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