Bailie wrote:Okay, so how do I make lid sleep not work...
Bailie wrote:sorry to stray off topic even more, but this is my first mac. I know next to nothing. What are the commands and how do I edit or rebuild these files? where are the files located? I know a little about unix, so I'm okay with using terminal.
I see a lot of people talk about clam shell mode, but all I want to do is listen to music on the train. There is no point in draining the battery with the backlight when I'm just listening to music. Plus I can put it in my bag as I walk to class, vs walking with the lid open and homeless junkies staring at my laptop.
Thanks for the reply
sudo rm -r _ClamshellDisplay.kext
sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions.
cd ~/Desktop (or wherever you stored the kext)
sudo cp -r _ClamshellDisplay.kext /System/Library/Extensions/_ClamshellDisplay.kext
sudo chmod -R 755 /System/Library/Extensions/_Clam*
sudo chown -R root:wheel /System/Library/Extensions/_Clam*
qubit wrote:humph, as you probably know, using NetBookInstaller 0.8.4pre by Meklort stops our S10's from sleeping. If you look at this post - http://www.meklort.com/?p=213 you can see that he has hacked a kext that allows it to sleep and advises we remove the Clamshell kext when using it. He also says that he will be putting it into the next version of NetBookInstaller. Where does this fit in with your DSDT mod? Should I forget the 2 kexts if I mod the DSDT?
phattbam wrote:so this allows for the brightness adjustments with F1 and F2.. any fixes for volume control with F10, F11 and F12?
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