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Leask commented Mar 18, 2012

It seems like that, anyway to make it work again?

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PCKeyboardHack needs the source code of kernel.
Therefore it doesn't work on OS X 10.8 at the moment.

I'll release PCKeyboardHack for 10.8 after the source code of OS X 10.8 is published.
http://www.opensource.apple.com/

Wait for public release of 10.8.

Takayama Fumihiko tekezo@pqrs.org

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It seems like that, anyway to make it work again?


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tekezo commented Mar 18, 2012

PCKeyboardHack needs the source code of kernel.
Therefore it doesn't work on OS X 10.8 at the moment.

I'll release PCKeyboardHack for 10.8 after the source code of OS X 10.8 is published.
http://www.opensource.apple.com/

Wait for public release of 10.8.

Takayama Fumihiko tekezo@pqrs.org

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It seems like that, anyway to make it work again?


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It seems that we have a very long time to wait.

Thanks you all the same.

Yours sincerely,

Leask Huang / 黄思夏 / www.leaskh.com

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PCKeyboardHack needs the source code of kernel.
Therefore it doesn't work on OS X 10.8 at the moment.

I'll release PCKeyboardHack for 10.8 after the source code of OS X 10.8 is published.
http://www.opensource.apple.com/

Wait for public release of 10.8.

Takayama Fumihiko <tekezo@pqrs.org (mailto:tekezo@pqrs.org)>

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It seems like that, anyway to make it work again?


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Leask commented Mar 18, 2012

It seems that we have a very long time to wait.

Thanks you all the same.

Yours sincerely,

Leask Huang / 黄思夏 / www.leaskh.com

On Sunday, March 18, 2012 at 9:01 PM, Takayama Fumihiko wrote:

PCKeyboardHack needs the source code of kernel.
Therefore it doesn't work on OS X 10.8 at the moment.

I'll release PCKeyboardHack for 10.8 after the source code of OS X 10.8 is published.
http://www.opensource.apple.com/

Wait for public release of 10.8.

Takayama Fumihiko <tekezo@pqrs.org (mailto:tekezo@pqrs.org)>

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It seems like that, anyway to make it work again?


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Still no updates?

macx commented Jun 12, 2012

Still no updates?

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@macx they won't get the source till 10.8 is released. That may be July, but macrumors.com is your best source for that sort of information.

@macx they won't get the source till 10.8 is released. That may be July, but macrumors.com is your best source for that sort of information.

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mrfoto Jul 7, 2012

AFAIK the current one is already GM, so it should be ok to start your work :P I can't live without this :)

mrfoto commented Jul 7, 2012

AFAIK the current one is already GM, so it should be ok to start your work :P I can't live without this :)

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The source code is not released. As already mentioned, this will not happen until the public release of the OS.

peppy commented Jul 7, 2012

The source code is not released. As already mentioned, this will not happen until the public release of the OS.

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it seems the only difference between 10.6 and 10.7 kext is:

+#define     kEjectKeyDelayMS        100     // the delay for a dedicated eject key
+#define     kEjectF12DelayMS        250     // the delay for an F12/eject key
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olfway commented Jul 10, 2012

it seems the only difference between 10.6 and 10.7 kext is:

+#define     kEjectKeyDelayMS        100     // the delay for a dedicated eject key
+#define     kEjectF12DelayMS        250     // the delay for an F12/eject key
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If you load the 10.7 kext on 10.8 it'll work (only tested caps lock remapping).

If you load the 10.7 kext on 10.8 it'll work (only tested caps lock remapping).

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@fbuenemann could you explain how do this right ? and where i can get kext ?

@fbuenemann could you explain how do this right ? and where i can get kext ?

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How? I need it!

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@fbuenemann could you explain how do this right ? and where i can get kext ?


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How? I need it!

Yours sincerely,

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@fbuenemann could you explain how do this right ? and where i can get kext ?


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I extracted PCKeyboardHack.10.7.kext using Pacifist, moved it to /System/Library/Extensions/PCKeyboardHack.kext and loaded it using kexktutil. Make sure it's owned by root:wheel, or loading will fail.

If you don't know how to enter single user to debug problems, you're probably better off waiting for a new release.

I extracted PCKeyboardHack.10.7.kext using Pacifist, moved it to /System/Library/Extensions/PCKeyboardHack.kext and loaded it using kexktutil. Make sure it's owned by root:wheel, or loading will fail.

If you don't know how to enter single user to debug problems, you're probably better off waiting for a new release.

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To add to fbuenemann's comment, I was also able to get PCKeyboardHack for 10.7 to work with Mountain Lion by using the 10.7 kext. I'm using a couple remappings and everything seems to work great.

These are the steps I followed to make it work:

  1. Download and Install PCKeyboardHack for 10.7
  2. Restart
  3. Edit (as sudo): /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh (see below)
  4. Restart

I hope this helps!
-Josh

/Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh:

#!/bin/sh
PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin; export PATH

basedir="/Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack"
kextfile=''
uname=`uname -r`
case "${uname%%.*}" in
    10)
        kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.6.kext"
        ;;
    11)
        kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.7.kext"
        ;;
    12)
        kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.7.kext" # Hack to use 10.7 kext in 10.8
        ;;
esac

if [ "x$kextfile" == 'x' ]; then
    exit 1
fi

if [ "$1" == 'unload' ]; then
    kextunload -b org.pqrs.driver.PCKeyboardHack
else
    kextload "$kextfile"
fi

exit 0

To add to fbuenemann's comment, I was also able to get PCKeyboardHack for 10.7 to work with Mountain Lion by using the 10.7 kext. I'm using a couple remappings and everything seems to work great.

These are the steps I followed to make it work:

  1. Download and Install PCKeyboardHack for 10.7
  2. Restart
  3. Edit (as sudo): /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh (see below)
  4. Restart

I hope this helps!
-Josh

/Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh:

#!/bin/sh
PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin; export PATH

basedir="/Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack"
kextfile=''
uname=`uname -r`
case "${uname%%.*}" in
    10)
        kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.6.kext"
        ;;
    11)
        kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.7.kext"
        ;;
    12)
        kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.7.kext" # Hack to use 10.7 kext in 10.8
        ;;
esac

if [ "x$kextfile" == 'x' ]; then
    exit 1
fi

if [ "$1" == 'unload' ]; then
    kextunload -b org.pqrs.driver.PCKeyboardHack
else
    kextload "$kextfile"
fi

exit 0
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It works!

Thank you and thank god!

Yours sincerely,

Leask Huang / 黄思夏 / www.leaskh.com

On Friday, July 13, 2012 at 12:46 AM, Josh Skidmore wrote:

To add to fbuenemann's comment, I was also able to get PCKeyboardHack for 10.7 to work with Mountain Lion by using the 10.7 kext. I'm using a couple remappings and everything seems to work great.

These are the steps I followed to make it work:

  1. Download and Install PCKeyboardHack for 10.7
  2. Restart
  3. Edit (as sudo): /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh (see below)
  4. Restart

I hope this helps!
-Josh

/Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh:

#!/bin/sh
PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin; export PATH

basedir="/Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack"
kextfile=''
uname=`uname -r`
case "${uname%%.*}" in
10)
kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.6.kext"
;;
11)
kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.7.kext"
;;
12)
kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.7.kext" # Hack to use 10.7 kext in 10.8
;;
esac

if [ "x$kextfile" == 'x' ]; then
exit 1
fi

if [ "$1" == 'unload' ]; then
kextunload -b org.pqrs.driver.PCKeyboardHack
else
kextload "$kextfile"
fi

exit 0

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Leask commented Jul 13, 2012

It works!

Thank you and thank god!

Yours sincerely,

Leask Huang / 黄思夏 / www.leaskh.com

On Friday, July 13, 2012 at 12:46 AM, Josh Skidmore wrote:

To add to fbuenemann's comment, I was also able to get PCKeyboardHack for 10.7 to work with Mountain Lion by using the 10.7 kext. I'm using a couple remappings and everything seems to work great.

These are the steps I followed to make it work:

  1. Download and Install PCKeyboardHack for 10.7
  2. Restart
  3. Edit (as sudo): /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh (see below)
  4. Restart

I hope this helps!
-Josh

/Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh:

#!/bin/sh
PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin; export PATH

basedir="/Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack"
kextfile=''
uname=`uname -r`
case "${uname%%.*}" in
10)
kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.6.kext"
;;
11)
kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.7.kext"
;;
12)
kextfile="$basedir/PCKeyboardHack.10.7.kext" # Hack to use 10.7 kext in 10.8
;;
esac

if [ "x$kextfile" == 'x' ]; then
exit 1
fi

if [ "$1" == 'unload' ]; then
kextunload -b org.pqrs.driver.PCKeyboardHack
else
kextload "$kextfile"
fi

exit 0

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cobyism Jul 16, 2012

Thanks @joshskidmoreadding those three lines worked a treat!

(Running 10.8 GM Seed)

cobyism commented Jul 16, 2012

Thanks @joshskidmoreadding those three lines worked a treat!

(Running 10.8 GM Seed)

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@joshskidmore You are a prince. Back to coding for me!

@joshskidmore You are a prince. Back to coding for me!

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I used the code above from joshskidmore but got a python error while trying to use sudo to update the file.

So, I had to do this:

cd /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts
sudo chown adam:wheel kext.sh
vim kext.sh (edited the file)
sudo chown root:wheel kext.sh

Thanks! Vim-sanity is restored!

I used the code above from joshskidmore but got a python error while trying to use sudo to update the file.

So, I had to do this:

cd /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts
sudo chown adam:wheel kext.sh
vim kext.sh (edited the file)
sudo chown root:wheel kext.sh

Thanks! Vim-sanity is restored!

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HIRANO-Satoshi Jul 26, 2012

I can't live without this as you.

The adding 12) line seems working for me, too.

Though, I understand the author's conservative attitude.

Thanks takezo and folks!!

hirano

I can't live without this as you.

The adding 12) line seems working for me, too.

Though, I understand the author's conservative attitude.

Thanks takezo and folks!!

hirano

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@joshskidmore It works like a charm.

@joshskidmore It works like a charm.

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I'm still trying to figure out why it keeps looking for the 10.6 kext/SDK.

I'm still trying to figure out why it keeps looking for the 10.6 kext/SDK.

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Would someone mind explaining how to edit the file as sudo? Thank you in advance.

drsethl commented Jul 27, 2012

Would someone mind explaining how to edit the file as sudo? Thank you in advance.

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@drsethl in a terminal window, do sudo vim /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh (replacing vim with your favorite editor).

@drsethl in a terminal window, do sudo vim /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh (replacing vim with your favorite editor).

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no luck here. It seems to kill the preferences pane so I can't edit anything

no luck here. It seems to kill the preferences pane so I can't edit anything

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thanks @tnorthcutt. I don’t have an editor installed (unless there's one included with Mountain Lion?). Googled and found MacVim, but don’t know how to use it with Sudo. Any more advice appreciated, thanks for the time.

drsethl commented Jul 30, 2012

thanks @tnorthcutt. I don’t have an editor installed (unless there's one included with Mountain Lion?). Googled and found MacVim, but don’t know how to use it with Sudo. Any more advice appreciated, thanks for the time.

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You don't actually need to substitute something for vim - it's included and should work fine. You may need to read up on how to edit a file with it.

You don't actually need to substitute something for vim - it's included and should work fine. You may need to read up on how to edit a file with it.

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https://gist.github.com/3204240

PC Keyboard Hack on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

TL;DR

sudo curl \
    -L https://raw.github.com/gist/3204240/ed7e118ca6e50071576bb33be7bab3201dc38d04/kext.sh \
    -o /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh

Instructions

  1. Open Terminal, iTerm, or whatever you use.

  2. Install PCKeyboardHack for OS X 10.7

  3. For safety's sake, inspect the current kext loader

    cat /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh
    
  4. For safety's sake, inspect the updated kext loader https://raw.github.com/gist/3204240/ed7e118ca6e50071576bb33be7bab3201dc38d04/kext.sh

  5. Copy the updated kext loader over the original

    sudo curl \
        -L https://raw.github.com/gist/3204240/ed7e118ca6e50071576bb33be7bab3201dc38d04/kext.sh \
        -o /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh
    
  6. Now verify that the file is what you expect:

    cat /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh
    
  7. REBOOT!

https://gist.github.com/3204240

PC Keyboard Hack on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

TL;DR

sudo curl \
    -L https://raw.github.com/gist/3204240/ed7e118ca6e50071576bb33be7bab3201dc38d04/kext.sh \
    -o /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh

Instructions

  1. Open Terminal, iTerm, or whatever you use.

  2. Install PCKeyboardHack for OS X 10.7

  3. For safety's sake, inspect the current kext loader

    cat /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh
    
  4. For safety's sake, inspect the updated kext loader https://raw.github.com/gist/3204240/ed7e118ca6e50071576bb33be7bab3201dc38d04/kext.sh

  5. Copy the updated kext loader over the original

    sudo curl \
        -L https://raw.github.com/gist/3204240/ed7e118ca6e50071576bb33be7bab3201dc38d04/kext.sh \
        -o /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh
    
  6. Now verify that the file is what you expect:

    cat /Library/org.pqrs/PCKeyboardHack/scripts/kext.sh
    
  7. REBOOT!

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@coolaj86 You are an absolute legend, thank you mate!

drsethl commented Jul 30, 2012

@coolaj86 You are an absolute legend, thank you mate!

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@Leask will you please edit your original post to include the solution in my comment tekezo#8 (comment) right up at the top where it's easy for people to get at?

@Leask will you please edit your original post to include the solution in my comment tekezo#8 (comment) right up at the top where it's easy for people to get at?

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ignore my earlier comment. It started working after a couple of reboots. Not sure why the preferences pane was temporarily broken.

ignore my earlier comment. It started working after a couple of reboots. Not sure why the preferences pane was temporarily broken.

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benyafai Aug 1, 2012

As knu stated, it is out, will we see an updated version soon?
Thanks!

benyafai commented Aug 1, 2012

As knu stated, it is out, will we see an updated version soon?
Thanks!

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This is amazing. Thank you so much!

tyre commented Aug 2, 2012

This is amazing. Thank you so much!

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Worked perfectly. Thank you!

ekoger commented Aug 7, 2012

Worked perfectly. Thank you!

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@coolaj86 Nice one thank you!

jimmykl commented Aug 8, 2012

@coolaj86 Nice one thank you!

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The source code for 10.8 has been published: http://www.opensource.apple.com/release/mac-os-x-108/

The source code for 10.8 has been published: http://www.opensource.apple.com/release/mac-os-x-108/

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I've released PCKeyboardHack for OS X 10.8.
http://pqrs.org/macosx/keyremap4macbook/pckeyboardhack.html.en

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tekezo commented Aug 11, 2012

I've released PCKeyboardHack for OS X 10.8.
http://pqrs.org/macosx/keyremap4macbook/pckeyboardhack.html.en

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Thank you tekezo for your support!

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Thank you tekezo for your support!

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I second that--thanks so much for your efforts!

I second that--thanks so much for your efforts!

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Thank you tekezo! Caps Lock = Esc again :)

Thank you tekezo! Caps Lock = Esc again :)

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grillermo Sep 24, 2012

This is broken again for mountain lion 1.8.2, should i open a new issue?
Oh i should mention i'm on a Macbook Pro with retina display.
I think mine is a special case, because it does work with the builtin keyboard, but not with an external one.
Edit:
It was microsoft's software to control the keyboard messing with pckeyboardhack. I uninstalled it and the problem is solved.

This is broken again for mountain lion 1.8.2, should i open a new issue?
Oh i should mention i'm on a Macbook Pro with retina display.
I think mine is a special case, because it does work with the builtin keyboard, but not with an external one.
Edit:
It was microsoft's software to control the keyboard messing with pckeyboardhack. I uninstalled it and the problem is solved.

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Leask Sep 25, 2012

It works great for me currently in the latest os x 10.8.2.

Yours sincerely,

Leask Huang / 黄思夏 / www.leaskh.com

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This is broken again for mountain lion 1.8.2, should i open a new issue?


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It works great for me currently in the latest os x 10.8.2.

Yours sincerely,

Leask Huang / 黄思夏 / www.leaskh.com

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This is broken again for mountain lion 1.8.2, should i open a new issue?


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KeyRemap4MacBook and PCKeyboardHack grab key events from keyboard driver.
Therefore, they depend the keyboard driver implementation.
It's a essential limitation that KeyRemap4MacBook and PCKeyboardHack might not work on some third vendor drivers such as Microsoft's IntelliType.

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tekezo commented Sep 25, 2012

KeyRemap4MacBook and PCKeyboardHack grab key events from keyboard driver.
Therefore, they depend the keyboard driver implementation.
It's a essential limitation that KeyRemap4MacBook and PCKeyboardHack might not work on some third vendor drivers such as Microsoft's IntelliType.

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