Patched 10.6.2 Kernel is Out

Nawcom has patched the new 10.6.2 “qoopz” kernel for legacy processors and as well as for AMD processors. on top of that he has made an installer to get it all up and working. Once you’ve installed Snow Leopard 10.6.2 update , be sure to run this . There is nothing much changes which have been done to XNU. The package includes the 10.6.2 kernel for AMD processors and Intel SSE2/SSE3 such as Pentium 4 and patched SleepEnabler.kext

Thanks nawcom !

Edit : The diff as per request by AAPL. Feel free to look at it and improvise it and be sure to retain the kernel name as this is a request by qoopz , the original author of the kernel. If you want , you may add your initial but just retain the original name of the kernel !

P.S – I tried to compiled but I did not work at all

Edit : Updated link , will include mirrors later

8 thoughts on “Patched 10.6.2 Kernel is Out”

  1. Tested onto D945GCLF Intel Atom.
    After pach installation reboot doesn’t work anymore.
    After reboot just KP.
    Restored 1061.
    Thanks

  2. 10.6.2 Kernel works on Acer AMD.
    I just had to change permissions to the kernel (chmod 755 mach_kernel) before rebooting.
    Yashijoe, it may explain why you could not reboot (if you did not change permissions).

    Thank you Pradeesh for your great work.

  3. 10.6.2 Kernel works on Acer AMD.
    I just had to change permissions to the kernel (chmod 755 mach_kernel) before rebooting.
    Yashijoe, it may explain why you could not reboot (if you did not change permissions).

    Thank you Pradeesh for your great work.

  4. Dear Sir,

    I have the question on installing the Mac OS 10.6.0 / 10.6.2. I am using the old machine HP NC 6230 with Pentium M 1.86 GHz CPU. I always get the error waiting for the root device. And It said it failes to load the IOATAFamily.kext. is there any solution or such old machine is unable to let the Mac OS Snow leopard run on it?

    Thanks
    Sam

  5. I’ve install this on a sse2 machine, but still get the beachball in xcode, apple remote desktop, safari, high cpu usage, missing clock..

    What does sleepenabler.kext do, I didn’t install that.

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