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Differentiated System Description Table (DSDT) - DSDT is a part of the ACPI specification and it supplies configuration information about a base system. ACPI capable computers come with a preinstalled DSDT from the manufacturer. A common Linux/OS X problem is missing ACPI functionality (fans not running, laptop screens not shutting off, etc.)

This subforum is dedicated to patches/fixes able to be inserted/modified from an extracted dsdt.dsl, which is then compiled into a DSDT.aml for OS X to pick up and use (with a proper bootloader).

These fixes are not permanent, and do not damage your BIOS.

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> Apple Hardware Dumps: System Profiler, Ioreg, Dsdt, Etc.
zhell
post Jun 2 2009, 09:24 PM
Post #1
Apple Hardware Dumps

Let us collect all we know about "the originals" :-)

IO Registry
Install Developer Tools, open IORegistryExplorer and choose "Save" from the "File" menu.
Additionally, please run the following in Terminal:
CODE
ioreg -lw0 > model.ioreg


DSDT
DSDT is usually completely contained in the IO Registry.
Use the script "dsdt.sh" to dump all ACPI tables that are accessible from Mac OS X.
If you have the output of "ioreg -lw0" in a file, pass the file name as the first argument, e.g. "dsdt.sh MacPro5,1.ioreg"
Attached File  dsdt.sh.zip ( 635bytes ) Number of downloads: 1164

This will yield a file ACPI.zip containing all accessible ACPI tables.
To dump all ACPI tables from Linux, including those inaccessible from OS X, boot some Live CD and install "acpidump". It's usually in a package called "acpidump" (Ubuntu) or "pmtools" (Fedora).
On Ubuntu, you first need to enable the component "universe". Either use the Software Sources settings, or run "apturl apt:acpidump?section=universe".
Become root using "sudo -s" (Ubuntu) or "su -" (Fedora) and run the following command:
CODE
ID="ACPI-`dmidecode | sed -n s'/.*Product Name: *\(.*\)/\1/p'|head -1`"; mkdir -p /tmp/ACPI && cd /tmp/ACPI && dmesg | perl -we '$n=0; while (<>) { if (($t,$a,$l,$o) = (/^[^a-zA-Za-z]*ACPI: ([-._A-Za-z0-9]{4,4}) +([0-9A-Fa-f]{8,16})[^(]* ([0-9A-Fa-f]{4,8})+(?:\s*\(([^)]+))?/)) { $o && $o=~s/[^-._a-zA-Za-z0-9]+/-/g; ($cmd="acpidump -a $a -l $l > \"${t}".($o?"_$o":"").".aml\""); system($cmd); ++$n; } } die("No match") unless $n;'; [ -f DSDT*.aml ] && zip -r "$HOME/$ID".zip *

This will yield a zip archive file called ACPI-<NAME OF YOUR BOARD>.zip in your home directory ("$HOME") containing all ACPI tables.

SSDT
Some SSDT tables can only be obtained from Linux. Please use the above command, it will dump the SSDT tables (including C-states) as well.

Sound Codec
Boot some Linux live CD and run the following command in a terminal window (assuming bash shell)
CODE
cd ~/Desktop && mkdir CodecDump && for c in  /proc/asound/card*/codec#*; do f="${c/\/*card/card}"; cat "$c" > CodecDump/${f//\//-}.txt; done && zip -r CodecDump.zip CodecDump

This will yield a file CodecDump.zip containing the codec dumps from all your sound cards.


MacPro4,1

System Profiler
The last four to six figures of serial numbers and hardware addresses are replaced by zeroes.
Attached File  MacPro4_1.spx.zip ( 156.35K ) Number of downloads: 831

IOReg
Only output from "ioreg -lw0" is available as the owner did not have IORegistryExplorer installed.
The last four to six figures of serial numbers and hardware addresses are replaced by zeroes.
Attached File  MacPro4_1.ioreg.zip ( 76.6K ) Number of downloads: 906

DSDT
Extracted from ioreg dump above.
Attached File  MacPro4_1_dsdt.aml.zip ( 5.95K ) Number of downloads: 1097

SSDT
Extracted from ioreg dump above.
Attached File  MacPro4_1_ssdt.aml.zip ( 1.36K ) Number of downloads: 576


MacBook5,1

DSDT
Attached File  MacBook5_1_acpi.zip ( 14.09K ) Number of downloads: 851

SSDT
Comprised in DSDT dump above

Codec Dump
Attached File  MacBook5_1_codec.zip ( 3.47K ) Number of downloads: 347



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Slice:
I will ask to provide a dump with latest stable revision of DarwinDumper, if possible.

Thank you in advance.

This post has been edited by Slice: Jul 18 2012, 08:03 AM
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THe KiNG
post Jun 2 2009, 10:02 PM
Post #2
QUOTE (zhell @ Jun 2 2009, 10:24 PM) *
Apple Hardware Dumps

Let us collect all we know about "the originals" :-)

MacPro4,1

System Profiler
Attached File  MacPro4_1.spx.zip ( 156.35K ) Number of downloads: 831

IOReg
[attachment=105:MacPro4_1.ioreg.zip]
DSDT/SSDT


THX mate!
Now if someone can make a full acpi dump would be great, but that need to be done from linux...
zhell
post Jun 2 2009, 11:29 PM
Post #3
QUOTE (THe KiNG @ Jun 3 2009, 12:02 AM) *
THX mate!
Now if someone can make a full acpi dump would be great, but that need to be done from linux...

Yes, that would rock.
And if you do it the way I obtained the System profiler dump (by going to the Apple store), please capture it on video for everyone to enjoy watching you boot an Ubuntu live USB stick on Apple property... rolleyes.gif
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realityiswhere
post Jun 3 2009, 03:34 AM
Post #4
I'm working on a python script to automate the dumps under Linux (Ubuntu only for now), it looks like it's working so far, I've got RSDP dumping but I have no idea if the binary file is outputting what it should.

Can you take a look at the RSDP.bin and make sure it looks okay THe KiNG?

If it is I'll just make it dump the rest of the variables as well, should be done by tomorrow happy.gif

Attached File  RSDP.bin.zip ( 163bytes ) Number of downloads: 72
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THe KiNG
post Jun 3 2009, 03:33 PM
Post #5
QUOTE (zhell @ Jun 2 2009, 11:29 PM) *
Yes, that would rock.
And if you do it the way I obtained the System profiler dump (by going to the Apple store), please capture it on video for everyone to enjoy watching you boot an Ubuntu live USB stick on Apple property... rolleyes.gif


LOL

But no Apple store here(just some expensive resellers) and i didnt saw latest MP4,1 on them...
QUOTE (realityiswhere @ Jun 3 2009, 03:34 AM) *
I'm working on a python script to automate the dumps under Linux (Ubuntu only for now), it looks like it's working so far, I've got RSDP dumping but I have no idea if the binary file is outputting what it should.

Can you take a look at the RSDP.bin and make sure it looks okay THe KiNG?

If it is I'll just make it dump the rest of the variables as well, should be done by tomorrow happy.gif

Attached File  RSDP.bin.zip ( 163bytes ) Number of downloads: 72

Cool!
Can't wait to test that script(on that resellers) tongue.gif
zhell
post Jun 3 2009, 07:51 PM
Post #6
QUOTE (cparm @ Jun 3 2009, 09:26 PM) *
you should use "ioreg -lw0" instead, or dump the registry directly with ioregistryexplorer, it's more simple and more readable wink.gif

I agree. IMHO, the best is to dump directly from IORegistryExplorer.
However, in my local Apple Stores, neither Terminal nor IORegistryExplorer were available...

EDIT: Used Apple Script to "do shell script" :-) Output added to first post.

This post has been edited by zhell: Jun 8 2009, 12:37 PM
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MikeTheMilkman
post Jun 3 2009, 11:04 PM
Post #7
QUOTE (zhell @ Jun 3 2009, 07:51 PM) *
I agree. IMHO, the best is to dump directly from IORegistryExplorer.
However, in my local Apple Stores, neither Terminal nor IORegistryExplorer were available...


Indeed,  Don't want people fiddling about with their systems and IORegistryExplorer does give you a bit more info, especially when creating things like DSDTs.
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Krazubu
post Jun 6 2009, 11:59 AM
Post #8
Here is my contribution :


Attached File  IOReg_mac_mini_9200_PPC.txt ( 352.5K ) Number of downloads: 82

Attached File  IOReg_macbook_9400_white.txt ( 556.75K ) Number of downloads: 123

Attached File  IOReg_macbook_GMA950.txt ( 521.44K ) Number of downloads: 266

Attached File  IOReg_macbook_GMAX3100.txt ( 647.62K ) Number of downloads: 266

Attached File  IOReg_macbook_NV9400.txt ( 535.38K ) Number of downloads: 136

Attached File  IOReg_macbook_pro_8600GT.txt ( 105.6K ) Number of downloads: 301

Attached File  IOReg_macbook_pro_X1600.txt ( 762.46K ) Number of downloads: 146

Attached File  IOReg_Powerbook_G4_17___GF4MX.txt ( 415.48K ) Number of downloads: 44

Attached File  IOReg_Powerbook_G4_5200FX.txt ( 448.3K ) Number of downloads: 45

Attached File  IOReg_macpro_X1900XT_2scr.txt ( 7.17K ) Number of downloads: 85
(This one only contains GFX data)
roisoft
post Jun 6 2009, 03:54 PM
Post #9
my contribution:

ioreg (saved with ioregistryexplorer) ssdt and dsdt for:

iMacs 5,1 7,1 9,1

Macbook/Pro 2,1 3,1 5,1

Mac Pro 1,1 3,1




Download

This post has been edited by roisoft: Jun 6 2009, 03:56 PM
realityiswhere
post Jun 8 2009, 07:11 PM
Post #10
Well, I got sick recently and didn't have the patience or energy to work on this, luckily today Kabyl linked me to this:

http://www.coreboot.org/pipermail/coreboot...une/049390.html, which gives this script from the coreboot people.
All credit for this script goes to the coreboot team.

Attached File  ACPI.sh.zip ( 608bytes ) Number of downloads: 318


Make sure it's run as root in an empty directory, this should do everything you need it to do THe KiNG
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zhell
post Jun 11 2009, 02:58 PM
Post #11
QUOTE (realityiswhere @ Jun 8 2009, 08:11 PM) *
Attached File  ACPI.sh.zip ( 608bytes ) Number of downloads: 318

Make sure it's run as root in an empty directory, this should do everything you need it to do THe KiNG

Thanks realityiswhere, works fine with a Fedora 11 Live CD. One needs acpidump, and this is part of the package "pmtools" (run "su -; yum -y install pmtools"). With a Ubuntu CD it would probably have been even easier.
As a side note, the CD crashes at reboot.... I hear OpenHaltRestart.kext missing in Fedora wink.gif

EDIT: Apparently, the script does not dump much more than is available in OS X. I have added a one-liner you can run as root in an xterm. It gets the SSDT tables and zips them up for you to upload here smile.gif

This post has been edited by zhell: Jun 12 2009, 11:44 PM
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THe KiNG
post Jun 11 2009, 03:54 PM
Post #12
The script is not complete sad.gif
it does not dump the stuff from memory location.. eg:
on CpuPM SSDT(dumped fine with the script):

Name (SSDT, Package (0x0C)
{
"CPU0IST ",
0xBFECAC98,
0x00000238,
"CPU1IST ",
0xBFECAF18,
0x000000C8,
"CPU0CST ",
0xBFEC9C18,
0x000002AD,
"CPU1CST ",
0xBFEC9F18,
0x00000085
})
those 4 tables are missing...
To get them u need to specify the adress and lenght for each one eg:

for "CPU0IST ",
0xBFECAC98,
0x00000238,
acpidump -a 0xBFECAC98 -l 0x00000238 > CPU0IST.bin

and the same for the rest...
After all tables dumped in first place are decompiled must be added another check for the missing one and dump them...then decompile and that ok biggrin.gif
zhell
post Jun 12 2009, 01:57 PM
Post #13
QUOTE (THe KiNG @ Jun 11 2009, 05:54 PM) *
The script is not complete sad.gif

Too bad.
Try this one-liner to get just the SSDT tables mentioned by THe KiNG:
CODE
dmesg | egrep '^ACPI: SSDT' | while read line; do [[ $line =~ '.*SSDT ([A-F0-9]+), +([A-F0-9]+) +\([^ ]+ +[^ ]+ +([^ ]+).*' ]] && acpidump -a "0x${BASH_REMATCH[1]}" -l "0x${BASH_REMATCH[2]}" > "SSDT_${BASH_REMATCH[3]}.aml";  done && zip -r SSDT.aml.zip SSDT_*.aml
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zhell
post Jun 12 2009, 11:45 PM
Post #14
Added script to dump ACPI tables from ioreg file or by running ioreg. Puts them into a zip file, incl. the de-compiled versions if "iasl" is available in your $PATH.
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THe KiNG
post Jun 15 2009, 10:32 PM
Post #15
Thanks zhell for the scripts!

Now to know better what is inside this should help:

CODE
iMac4,1 T2400 (Yonah) ATI_X1600
iMac4,2 T2400 (Yonah) GMA950
iMac5,1 T7200 (Merom) ATI_X1600
iMac5,2 T5600 (Merom) GMA950
iMac6,1 T7400 (Merom) nVidia_7300(7600)GT_bus_MXM (!!!)
iMac7,1 T7300 (Merom) ATI_HD2400XT_(2600Pro)
iMac8,1 E8135,E8335 (Penryn) ATI_HD2600 Pro
iMac8,1 E8235,E8435 (Penryn) nVidia_8800GS
iMac9,1 E8135-E8435 (Penryn) nVidia_9400M, nVidia_GT130, ATI_HD4850


Macmini1,1 CoreSolo (Yonah) GMA950
Macmini2,1 Core2Duo (Merom) GMA950
MacMini3,1 P7350,P8400 (Penryn) nVidia_9400M

MacPro1,1 Xeon5100 (Woodcrest) nVidia_8800GT, Quadro_FX4500, ATI_X1900XT
MacPro2,1 Xeon5300 (Clovertown) nVidia_8800GT, Quadro_FX4500, ATI_X1900XT
MacPro3,1 Xeon5400 (Harpertown) nVidia_Quadro FX5600, ATI_HD2600XT
MacPro4,1 Xeon3500 (BloomField) nVidia_GT120
MacPro4,1 Xeon5500 (Gainestown) ATI_HD4870

MacBook1,1 T2500 (Yonah) GMA950
MacBook2,1 T5600,T7200 (Merom) GMA950
MacBook3,1 T7500 (Merom) GMAX3100
MacBook4,1 T8100,T8300 (Penryn) GMAX3100
MacBook5,1 P7350, P8600 (Penryn) nVidia_9400M-(shared memory!!!)
MacBook5,2 P7350 (Penryn) nVidia_9400M

MacBookAir1,1 P7500,P7700 (Merom) GMAX3100
MacBookAir2,1 L9300,L9400 (Penryn) nVidia_9400M

MacBookPro1,1 T2400,T2500 (Yonah) Mobility_Radeon_X1600
MacBookPro1,2 T2600 (Yonah) Mobility_Radeon_X1600
MacBookPro2,2 T7400 (Merom) Mobility_Radeon_X1600
MacBookPro3,1 T7700 (Merom) nVidia_8600M_GT
MacBookPro4,1 T8300,T9300,T9500 (Penryn) nVidia_8600M GT
MacBookPro5,1 P8600,T9400,T9600 (Penryn) nVidia_9600M
MacBookPro5,2 T9550,T9800 (Penryn) nVidia_9600M

Xserve1,1 Xeon5100 (Woodcrest) ATI_X1300
Xserve2,1 Xeon5400 (Woodcrest) ATI_X1300
Xserve3,1 Xeon5500 (Gainestown) nVidia_GT120


I will try to keep it updated if I find more...
realityiswhere
post Jun 16 2009, 12:13 AM
Post #16
I am typing this from my MacBook 5,1 (with the shared memory) and I have a friend with the MacBook Pro 5,1 , with the 9400/9600M GT that overheats when he plays any games blink.gif

I'll post mine when I get a chance to dump it, and I'll see my friend tomorrow so if I think of it I'll have him dump his as well for me.
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zhell
post Jun 16 2009, 07:08 AM
Post #17
QUOTE (realityiswhere @ Jun 16 2009, 02:13 AM) *
I am typing this from my MacBook 5,1 (with the shared memory) and I have a friend with the MacBook Pro 5,1 , with the 9400/9600M GT that overheats when he plays any games blink.gif

I'll post mine when I get a chance to dump it, and I'll see my friend tomorrow so if I think of it I'll have him dump his as well for me.

Great. Soon, Apple will come to us if they have any questions regarding their hardware internals wink.gif
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zhell
post Jun 16 2009, 07:09 AM
Post #18
QUOTE (THe KiNG @ Jun 16 2009, 12:32 AM) *
Thanks zhell for the scripts!

Now to know better what is inside this should help:

CODE
iMac4,1 T2400 (Yonah) ATI_X1600
iMac4,2 T2400 (Yonah) GMA950
iMac5,1 T7200 (Merom) ATI_X1600
iMac5,2 T5600 (Merom) GMA950
iMac6,1 T7400 (Merom) nVidia_7300(7600)GT_bus_MXM (!!!)
iMac7,1 T7300 (Merom) ATI_HD2400XT_(2600Pro)
iMac8,1 E8135,E8335 (Penryn) ATI_HD2600 Pro
iMac8,1 E8235,E8435 (Penryn) nVidia_8800GS
iMac9,1 E8135-E8435 (Penryn) nVidia_9400M, nVidia_GT130, ATI_HD4850


Macmini1,1 CoreSolo (Yonah) GMA950
Macmini2,1 Core2Duo (Merom) GMA950
MacMini3,1 P7350,P8400 (Penryn) nVidia_9400M

MacPro1,1 Xeon5100 (Woodcrest) nVidia_8800GT, Quadro_FX4500, ATI_X1900XT
MacPro2,1 Xeon5300 (Clovertown) nVidia_8800GT, Quadro_FX4500, ATI_X1900XT
MacPro3,1 Xeon5400 (Harpertown) nVidia_Quadro FX5600, ATI_HD2600XT
MacPro4,1 Xeon3500 (BloomField) nVidia_GT120
MacPro4,1 Xeon5500 (Gainestown) ATI_HD4870

MacBook1,1 T2500 (Yonah) GMA950
MacBook2,1 T5600,T7200 (Merom) GMA950
MacBook3,1 T7500 (Merom) GMAX3100
MacBook4,1 T8100,T8300 (Penryn) GMAX3100
MacBook5,1 P7350, P8600 (Penryn) nVidia_9400M-(shared memory!!!)
MacBook5,2 P7350 (Penryn) nVidia_9400M

MacBookAir1,1 P7500,P7700 (Merom) GMAX3100
MacBookAir2,1 L9300,L9400 (Penryn) nVidia_9400M

MacBookPro1,1 T2400,T2500 (Yonah) Mobility_Radeon_X1600
MacBookPro1,2 T2600 (Yonah) Mobility_Radeon_X1600
MacBookPro2,2 T7400 (Merom) Mobility_Radeon_X1600
MacBookPro3,1 T7700 (Merom) nVidia_8600M_GT
MacBookPro4,1 T8300,T9300,T9500 (Penryn) nVidia_8600M GT
MacBookPro5,1 P8600,T9400,T9600 (Penryn) nVidia_9600M
MacBookPro5,2 T9550,T9800 (Penryn) nVidia_9600M

Xserve1,1 Xeon5100 (Woodcrest) ATI_X1300
Xserve2,1 Xeon5400 (Woodcrest) ATI_X1300
Xserve3,1 Xeon5500 (Gainestown) nVidia_GT120


I will try to keep it updated if I find more...

Awesome compilation! Thanks so much. It's great for n00bs like me who can't distinguish between a MacBook4,1 and MacBook5,1 wink.gif
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THe KiNG
post Jun 23 2009, 07:01 AM
Post #19
Now the n00b way on how to dump ACPI Tables using windows:
Require Lavalys EVEREST Corporate Edition v5.01.1700 or higher.

Open Everest and right click next to the name as in pic:



Chose ACPI Tool and dump all tables as in pic:



Enjoy and happy hacking! tongue.gif
realityiswhere
post Jun 23 2009, 08:56 AM
Post #20
Apparently the glass trackpad doesn't work under Fedora 11 on the 9400 chipset 5,1 Macbook.

I managed to dump the tables on it (see attached)

Attached File  9400.zip ( 17.81K ) Number of downloads: 98


However, the White Macbook I have access to (4,1 , with the X3100/ICH8M chipset) refused to boot Fedora 11 at all, and even when Ubuntu 9.04 got booted (after an eternity), ACPI hadn't even loaded correctly and so it refused to dump anything. Not a complacent machine tongue.gif
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