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It might be good to know what type of things you need to do that the standard PDT 00 driver does not do today...That might help us guide you in the proper direction.
For testing purposes, you should probably use:
sudo xcodebuild install DSTROOT=/
sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions
And then reboot. For installing on the end user system, there are several solutions to use. If you want to use Apple's Installer.app, you can use PackageMaker.app to make a package which Installer.app can install. I believe you might have to include a script of some sort to do the 'touch /System/Library/Extensions' part, since PackageMaker.app doesn't seem to know anything specific to kexts.
These fields are as defined in the SPC-2/SPC-3 specifications with spaces at the end of the fields truncated. For example if you had something like:
Vendor Identification: 'APPLE " it would become "APPLE" for matching (i.e. <string>APPLE</string> in the Info.plist).
You can verify this information in the IORegistry:
ioreg -lsw 0
And search for "Vendor Identification" and locate the one which corresponds with your device (There will be at least one other entry for the ATAPI Optical drive in the system).
Has more information which might be helpful.
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