Archive for August 2013

Niresh 10.8.2 Booting help #iATKOS #ML2

Hi to all,

I ve tried to install Niresh 10.8.2 ML. But I got this error "BootCachecontrol: unable to open /var/db/Bootcache:playlist: 2"

Please help to solve this problem.

My laptop configuration is,

HP G62 107SA model,

Inter core i2 2.13 Ghz

4 Gb Ram

Thank in advance.


Best way to get SL on N220 Plus? #iATKOS


I want to install Snow Leopard on my Samsung n220 Plus (here are the specs Netbook N220 - TECH SPECS | SAMSUNG ) Since i want to have the Mac App Store i wan to run 10.6.5 but i would prefer runing 10.6.8. I tried iAktos S v2 but it was very unstable. Can anyone give me some advises how i should start , maybe trying with iAktos or another Distro , or maybe better a with the retail DVD?

(There are no drivers for the Broadcom 4313 WiFi chip, right?)

Have a nice day and thank you for helping!


proplem restart when install network #iATKOS #ML2


i have proplem with network kext .after install kext network and When you enter your Internet cable system doing a Restart . Knowing internet is work. More than the definition used, but the same result. Screen is black and need restart help me please

system : Mountain Lion 10.8.0

network kard : rtl8101e/rtl8102e

system by my hack 3.2 beta8

I need appropriate profile with explanation

Thank you for all

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USB intel 82801G ML 10.8 #iATKOS #ML2

Hi guys,

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I'll try to explain my little problem.

I installed on my Hp Compaq nx6310, OS ML 10.8 successful, but, usb ports (usb mouse and usb memory) only in installation program are enabled.

When i finished the installation, and started OS perfectly, with chameleon bootloader or other, usb ports are not enabled, but if starts in safe mode (-x) usb ports are enabled..

i checked kexts IOUSBFamily and IOUSBMassStorage, but they are ok, with no error on boot ( -v mode).

My motherboard´s chipset is intel 82801G

i need a bit of yours help ... please ;)

kind regards


Newbie wants to install Mountain Lion #iATKOS #ML2

After messing almost one month, i think i have to restart the process from beginning.

Product Name g6-2130se

Product Number B3R35EA

Microprocessor 2.5 GHz Intel Core i5-3210M

Chipset Intel HM76 Express

Microprocessor Cache 3 MB L3 cache

Memory 4 GB DDR3

Memory Max Supports up to 8 GB DDR3 (2 DIMM)

Video Graphics AMD Radeon HD 7670M (1 GB DDR3 dedicated)

Hard Drive

500 GB SATA (5400 rpm)

Up to 24 GB partition for system recovery

Multimedia Drive SuperMulti 8X DVD±R/RW with Double Layer Support


39,6 cm (15.6") HD BrightView LED-backlit (1366 x 768)

Network Card Integrated 10/100 BASE-T Ethernet LAN

Wireless Connectivity 802.11b/g/n; Bluetooth

I have Original Windows 7 home edition installed, and want to install Mountain Lion in my laptop. I almost readed 90% articles to install hackintosh on my laptop :very_drunk: , during a period of one month, and almost failed in every attempt. (Errors....err!!!)

What specifically i want to do:

-I don't want to remove my windows 7, beside i want to install Mac Os X mountain lion on another partition.

-I Have to install Mac Os X using USB (If it is easy)

I really really really!!! admire, if any on this forum help me "What i should do from Start". Thanks.


Almost frustrated guy



Virtualbox Mountain Lion sluggish graphics (low VRAM) #iATKOS #ML2

Hello, Everyone! Today I installed iAtkos ML2 into a Virtualbox. Everything runs great, except graphics are slow and choppy. System Information shows only 4MB of VRAM, even though I have allocated 120MB in virtualbox.

Any ideas on how I could fix this?


sony vaio #iATKOS #ML2

can anyone help me how to check on my driver worked or not on sony vaio vpceh28fg mountain lion 10.8.2(iatkos) combo update to 10.8.4 can anyone help me to check some driver not work or work help me please


HeLp Me Please #iATKOS


i have labtop thinkpad l410

and i try to install iATKOS_v7

and i try reboot and iboot and got the same error

but it error :concern::concern::concern:

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How to Block All Incoming Network Connections in Mac OS X

The OS X Firewall provides an optional ability to block all incoming network connections, offering a significant security boost to Macs that are located in untrusted networks or hostile network environments.

Block incoming network connections in Mac OS X

Because this is the strictest level of preventative network access possible in OS X through the built-in Mac firewall, the ideal usage is for situations where the default assumption would be to not trust any incoming network connection attempts. Accordingly, this is simply too strict to be practical for average users in most environments, but it is at least worthwhile knowing how to enable the feature should it become necessary at some point.

Blocking All Inbound Network Connections in OS X

This feature is available in all versions of Mac OS X:

  • Open System Preferences from the  Apple menu and choose the “Security & Privacy” panel

  • Select the “Firewall” tab and then click the lock icon in the corner to login and allow changes

  • Choose “Turn On Firewall” if it hasn’t been enabled yet, then choose “Firewall Options”

  • Firewall options allow you to control connection blocking

  • Select the topmost “Block all incoming connections” option

Block all incoming connections in Mac OS X with this firewall option

As noted by the preference panel, when enabled this blocks all network connections to the Mac, including all sharing services, all file sharing through networks, screen sharing, remote access, remote login, and remote connectivity through SSH and SFTP, iChat Bonjour, AirDrop file transfers, iTunes music sharing, ICMP requests and responses – literally everything that is inbound which is not required for basic internet connectivity and servicing.

Blocks Inbound Connections, Not Broadcasts

It’s important to note this setting will not prevent the Mac from broadcasting it’s presence on a network if certain networking features are enabled (like File Sharing, AirDrop, Samba for Windows sharing, etc) and it does nothing to prevent outgoing connections, it will only impact inbound connection attempts from all nonessential internet services. For a specific example; if a user left File Sharing turned ON but blocked all incoming connections with the firewall, the Mac would still show up on network scans, but nobody would be able to connect to it. If blocking the Mac from broadcasting it’s presence on a network is desired as well, simply go to the “Sharing” preference panel and turn off the services that are revealing it’s presence.