As you can probably tell, I'm new here, I tried snow leopard in April, but it wasn't really functioning at the time on my CPU so I gave up. Just came back to the forums to check up on development and found that people running my chip (FX-6100) were successfully running Lion with RAW's kernel. I decided I'd give it a try with the 10.7.5 base (only retail image I own/Apple would let me download) then replacing with RAW's kernel and adding nullcpupowermanagment.kext and fakesmc.kext. I'm not sure if I have the correct kexts because the links were broken. I followed gil's tutorial tutoriel AMD FX buldo the best I could, I don't speak french but google translate did a decent job, however some of the links require a invite only osx86.co account so I had to look elsewhere for files.



Now to the point



I'm launching with params: busratio=165 cpu=1 PCIRootUID=1 -v -f

Not using npci=0x3000 because chameleon was updated to support that as a standard flag (which I've enabled).



The error I keep getting is:


Code:



panic(cpu 0 caller 0xffffff80006501bb): "Unable to find driver for the platform: \"ACPI\".\n"@\Users/mac/Desktop/src_lions/xnu-

1699.32.7/iokit/Kernel/IOPlatformExport.cpp:1502



Any help or suggestions would be very greatly appreciated,

Thanks a lot!





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