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on 23.04.2004 17:28 Uhr, Rhoads Hollowell at email@hidden wrote: > > If so, you should notice that the other KEXT bundles are root:wheel, > not system:wheel as you have said. > > Try 'sudo chown -R root:wheel <your kext name here>.kext' and see if > that solves your problem. > Dear Rhoads, all other kexts have also the system:wheel, this can't be the problem, but thanks for your suggestion. Anybody other suggestions? What means this "Authentic: No"? Ralf > >> I have modified a working driver for a new device. I have checked that >> vendor id and product id are correct and all new names are correct, >> but it >> does not get loaded. System Profile says: >> >> Loaded: No >> Valid: Yes >> Authentic: No >> Authentication Errors: File owner/permissions are incorrect >> Dependencies: Satisfied >> >> I can't see any mistakes. Owner is "system" with Read & Write >> permission, >> group is "wheel" with Read only permission. >> >> Any ideas what could be wrong? Any suggestions are welcome. _______________________________________________ usb mailing list | email@hidden Help/Unsubscribe/Archives: http://www.lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/usb Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored.
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