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Default 10-29-2009, 11:35 AM

I don't have my 10v in front of me so I can't report the total boot time right now, but the delay for this section is certainly longer than 2-3 seconds. Maybe 10-15. Everything else bar the other line I mentioned flicks through pretty quickly, even if there is a lot of it.

As far as my 10v is concerned, I did a clean install of SL using NBI 0.8.3. How the hell would the driver have got on there if Mechdrew hadn't used it, and why would I have it when other people don't?

I don't use ethernet much, in fact I haven't at all yet as I don't have any other Macs, but it'd be a shame to have to cut out the option completely or put up with a slower boot time than 10.5.6.


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Default 10-30-2009, 01:23 AM

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DO you need it? Why is it slow? Can't help on those.
I checked earlier today and I've got the same problem.
I do use my ethernet for Internet Sharing. Occasionally I have to fix computers with wired-only connections. =/

My router is in another room.


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Default 10-30-2009, 04:20 AM

Mine seems to hang at this: AirPort: Link Up on en1
for 23 seconds

10/29/09 2:40:48 AM kernel AirPort: Link Up on en1
10/29/09 2:41:11 AM kernel DSMOS has arrived


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Default 10-30-2009, 10:50 AM

I used to have that dsmos problem.
I think deleting the Dont Steal Mac OS X kext fixed it, but I'm unsure.


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Default 10-30-2009, 08:37 PM

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Mine seems to hang at this: AirPort: Link Up on en1
for 23 seconds
I have the same problem!
How can this issue be fixed?

I would be really glad if booting 10.6 would be faster...
It should be as fast as with 10.5 - this should be possible. Any ideas?
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Default 10-30-2009, 10:35 PM

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Okay, here are the ones that take a little longer than a flick of the screen. When I boot it up with -v:

launchctl: please convert the following to launchd:.. (took a little while)

com_psystar_RealktekR1000: Ethernet address.. (definitely took the longest out of all of them)

I do not own a 10v anymore but, this the Ethernet driver from Realtek.
May be a brave user (Akki ) can test it and see if this works better ...

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Default 10-31-2009, 03:23 AM

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I do not own a 10v anymore but, this the Ethernet driver from Realtek.
May be a brave user (Akki ) can test it and see if this works better ...

MS

Whoa....maybe this can be incorporated into the next rev of NBM/NBI if proven and tested to be the fix for the slow ass boot times....

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Default 10-31-2009, 03:41 AM

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I do not own a 10v anymore but, this the Ethernet driver from Realtek.
May be a brave user (Akki ) can test it and see if this works better ...

MS
I already use that kext and it still takes about a minute to boot.
See:
10/30/09 3:16:05 PM kernel Previous Shutdown Cause: 3
10/30/09 3:16:12 PM kernel Waiting for DSMOS...
10/30/09 3:16:13 PM kernel AppleRTL8169Ethernet: phyWaitForAutoNegotiation TIMEOUT
10/30/09 3:16:13 PM kernel Auth result for: 00:1b:2f:0e:03:ce MAC AUTH succeeded
10/30/09 3:16:13 PM kernel AirPort: Link Up on en1 <--- where it hangs
10/30/09 3:16:35 PM kernel DSMOS has arrived
10/30/09 3:16:38 PM kernel display: Not usable
Then the desktop appears.
It seems to me that it has something to do with fakesmc.kext


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Default 10-31-2009, 07:54 AM

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I already use that kext and it still takes about a minute to boot.
See:

10/30/09 3:16:13 PM kernel AirPort: Link Up on en1 <--- where it hangs
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Then the desktop appears.
It seems to me that it has something to do with fakesmc.kext
Mhmm, or is it a problem with the WLAN-driver, because it hangs if WLAN is being checked
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Default 10-31-2009, 01:34 PM

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Mhmm, or is it a problem with the WLAN-driver, because it hangs if WLAN is being checked
It seems to me it is that or its taking forever to decrypt the binaries. I'll remove the wifi driver and see if that improves boot time.


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