Arsip Bulanan: November 2008

403 Forbidden

Lagi pengen fresh, iseng-iseng mau liat bonus oxy bulan ini, weladalah waktu akses ke koq keluar 403 Forbidden? onok opo iki? opo dihack?


You don’t have permission to access / on this server.

Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

Apache Server at Port 80

BCM5787M – A Solution

Thanks to n0bb1x@insanelymac for this working drivers.

Woho, akhirnya bisa juga pake ethernet di laptop dengan card BCM5787M VenId & DevId : 14e4:1693

Step by step sudah tertera di file zipnya jadi tidak perlu dijelaskan lagi caranya 🙂

Download Driver

Download KextHelper b7

PwnageTool 2.2.1 has been released

  1. GOLDEN RULE: If you have a 3G iPhone and want potential soft unlock in the near future do NOT use QuickPwn, and do not use the official ipsw or the iTunes update process without using PwnageTool.
  2. Read item 1 again and again.
  3. At the bottom of this post are the bittorrent files for the latest versions of PwnageTool and QuickPwn.
  4. These are suitable for the recent 2.2 release.
  5. Please read all parts of this post before downloading and using these tools.
  6. The ‘late 2008’ MacBook/air/pro line of computers have an issue with DFU mode.  While it’s possible to go from Pwned 2.1 -> Pwned 2.2 (using PwnageTool), you can’t yet go from stock to pwned.  If in any doubt use a different machine.
  7. Choosing the correct tool is crucial. Be warned!

new iPhone Firmware 2.2 is Out

Bagi yang punya iPhone 3G FU, silakan langsung download dan rasakan fitur2 barunya, tapi yang masih Lock, jangan dulu diupgrade dulu dan tunggu dev-team menyelesaikan tugasnya melakukan yaitu soft unlock buat i3g 🙂

Direct Download,2_2.2_5G77_Restore.ipsw

What New in Firmware 2.2

  • Enhancements to Maps
    • Google Street View*
    • Public transit and walking directions
    • Display address of dropped pins
    • Share location via email
  • Decrease in call setup failures and dropped calls
  • Enhancements to Mail
    • Resolved isolated issues with scheduled fetching of email
    • Improved formatting of wide HTML email
  • Podcasts are now available for download in iTunes application (over Wi-Fi and cellular network)
  • Improved stability and performance of Safari
  • Improved sound quality of Visual Voicemail messages
  • Pressing Home button from any Home screen displays the first Home screen
  • Preference to turn on/off auto-correction in Keyboard Settings

One Step Closer to 3G Soft Unlock

This ability we now have to spawn background tasks means we are one step closer to the 3G soft unlock.  We have a clear path to follow, and “all” that remains is the implementation.

A quick summary of the key 3G-unlock-related achievements we’ve made so far:

  1. Unsigned code execution on 3G baseband
  2. Reverting 01.45 baseband to previous versions
  3. Patching of static text (the AT&V demo)
  4. Injection of AT routines (the task list demo)
  5. Injection of background tasks (this demo)

Now it’s on to overriding the baseband code that enforces the carrier lock.

A high-quality version of the video is available via bittorrent here.

P.S. That “One more thing!” text is being generated by the backgrounded “steve” task at 5-second intervals.  The “A0” is the task’s priority.

P.P.S. Remember…don’t update to official 2.2 when it comes out if you ultimately want a 3G soft unlock!

How To Enable QuartzGL and Disable BeamSync

This guide will help you enable/disable QuartzGL and BeamSync on Leopard!

Enable QuartzGL

Open Terminal

sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/ QuartzGLEnabled -boolean YES

Change YES to NO to disable it.

Restart or Log Out to take effect.

Disable BeamSync

Open Terminal

sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/ Compositor -dict deferredUpdates 0

Change 0 to 1 to enable it

You can also edit the file /Library/Preferences/ using PlistEdit Pro or Property List editor from Xcode.

That should take care of it..

– Shredplayer

TPC Hackintosh Users Group

Posted by Sharedplayer on


Quote dari bishopdante

I’m hardly an Apple in-house systems engineer, I’m a user, but from what I understand from my reading, it works something like this.

QuartzGL may not be so optimised at the moment. Your Graphics card may be not so hot. CPUs are really fast when munching up screen-res sized images. It may also be that the apps aren’t optimised for QuartzGL either, and is having to effectively run the old code as well in order to translate into suitable Hardware Accelerated form. It may also be all of the above co-operating to make it sluggish.

QuartzGL is not exactly off either. It’s off by default. Applications which are compatible with it switch it on, and use it happily. 

Basically the data flow is that QuartzGL or Quartz non-GL (CPU flavour) feed into a natively OpenGL Compositing element of OSX. This whole process is called Core Image. Were you to do Quartz non-GL > QuartzGL > OpenGL Composite, then obviously this is less efficient.

Chances are that when we get OpenCL in Snow Leopard, then all of the tasks can be passed to the GPU indiscriminately, and the card will just munch them raw, regardless of what you want.

When you activate QuartzGL by default, all apps start using QuartzGL, not just the right apps.

The bottom line: the software which uses it dynamically will run at the same speed. The software which predates the option to switch it on isn’t written for it, and won’t work any faster. In actual fact, it’ll run slower. The CPU is having to do just the same work as before, running just the same code as before.

I don’t know which version of Xbench you’re using. Chances are it’s for testing current Macs, so the performance will obviously deteriorate when you switch on QuartzGL by default.