- May 1, 2013
- HP Envy 15T K200
- 4th Gen. Intel Quad Core i7-4720HQ Processor 2.6GHz
- Integrated Intel HD Graphics 4600
No such thing as user/bin. It is /usr/bin.
It is directory. A folder is the same as a directory. (note: /usr/bin is not hidden on my system).
If you followed the HP Envy guide, you should already have iasl in /usr/bin, as it is downloaded by download.sh and placed there by install_downloads.sh.
I already explained how you can copy iasl61 from MaciASL.app to /usr/bin. Read post #18.
You can check that you have iasl installed correctly by:
ls -l /usr/bin/iasl
-rwxr-xr-x@ 1 root wheel 1067924 Dec 8 17:56 /usr/bin/iasl
Intel ACPI Component Architecture ASL+ Optimizing Compiler version 20160422-64(RM) Copyright (c) 2000 - 2016 Intel Corporation
I am not certain why the necessary files no longer exist from having completed the HP Envy guide for my Sierra install. And your absolutely right, I was mistakenly typing user for usr which I know makes it difficult/confusing in trying to decipher my post. I have Parkinson's disease and often times as typing becomes difficult, I type with one hand, loose accuracy and make unnecessary mistakes. At any rate thank you.
PS. Wouldn't you know it with all that effort control wise for me this patch is not providing any control brightness wise whatsoever. Almost certain that the HP Envy guide always used the IntelBacklight.kext exclusively and I do not believe that another patch exist that would be defeating this one. Oh well.