Sebinouse you got it.
So I updated to 10.6.4 because i heard it might help -- it didn't.
But then i tried the dsdt.aml from MacPNT package -- BINGO, i got frontrow working on the laptop display!
However it was really unstable -- kernel panics every other boot.
Replaced with stable-dsdt.aml and I am good as GOLD
For the record this is everything I did to get OS X on my X60s:Install Snow Leopard 10.6.3 from Retail DVD via boot cd
-burn bootcd from hackintosh-india
-run bootcd , swap for retail dvd at splash screen, partition GUID, go through regular boot processLaunch OS X on internal HD, do core mods
-run bootcd, launch internal HD at splash screen
-Run MyHack v1.1
-this installs core Kexts
-Restart and try to boot directly from HD to check if things are kosherInstall Kexts and further modifications
, Install all Kexts from MacPNT
package except for TabletEnabler.kext
- (this should take care of wireless, trackpoint, audio)
-Turn off "use secured virtual memory" in System Preferences->Security ( to get rid of an annoying starting message)
-Turn On "startup automatically after a power failure" in System Preferences->Energy Saver (to get Sleep working properly)
-Renamed stable-dsdt.aml from MacPNT package to dsdt.aml and copy it to /Extra
I did NOT need to mess with EFI strings. Woohoo!
Everything works -- Graphics with QE/CI, wireless, sleep, power management, audio, trackpoint, SD Reader, brightness control, etc.
A few minor niggles remain, but right now I am very very happy =)
Seibonous thanks a lot for your help. I wasn't able to get pfix working with my method, but your MacPNT package and tutorial was invaluable