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@ricoc90 Read I  have edited before your post  :P



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@ricoc90 Read I  have edited before your post  :P

So we're actually saying the exact same thing, but we we're misunderstanding eachother big time  :hysterical: 
Sorry dude  :blush:



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Ok enough goofing around guys so besides carillion is there a more simple way to have classic mac start up for yosemite hackintosh?



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Ok enough goofing around guys so besides carillion is there a more simple way to have classic mac start up for yosemite hackintosh?

You can not have more simply

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Ok enough goofing around guys so besides carillion is there a more simple way to have classic mac start up for yosemite hackintosh?

You won't find it more simple than Carillon 

Ups, Chris was faster.


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sudo mkdir /usr/local/bin

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Install Carillon, reboot and BOOM! You're greeted with the boot-up chime.



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You won't find it more simple than Carillon 

Ups, Chris was faster.


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sudo mkdir /usr/local/bin

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Install Carillon, reboot and BOOM! You're greeted with the boot-up chime.

 

Still no luck. I typed exactly sudo mkdir /usr/local/bin in terminal I receive this message "no such file or directory" :(



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Still no luck. I typed exactly sudo mkdir /usr/local/bin in terminal I receive this message "no such file or directory" :(

Why your not create the /local/bin manually like I said

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Still no luck. I typed exactly sudo mkdir /usr/local/bin in terminal I receive this message "no such file or directory" :(


Then your /usr/local folder is missing too

Then indeed as Chris says: create the "local" folder in /usr, and the /bin folder in /usr/local

You'll need the hidden files to be visible in order to do that though. Either by the terminal command I've posted before, or by the App Chris posted here

Alternatively you can do it through terminal too:
 

sudo mkdir /usr/local && sudo mkdir /usr/local/bin

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@chris111: Maybe it's possible for you to let your install package check if the folder exists and create it if not?  :angel:



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Then your /usr/local folder is missing too

Then indeed as Chris says: create the "local" folder in /usr, and the /bin folder in /usr/local

You'll need the hidden files to be visibile in order to do that though. Either by the terminal command I've posted before, or by the App Chris posted here

Alternatively you can do it through terminal too:
 

sudo mkdir /usr/local && sudo mkdir /usr/local/bin

Offtopic:

@chris111: Maybe it's possible for you to let your install package check if the folder exists and create it if not?  :angel:

Yes its possible but If you have a bootable Hackintosh and boot by this Hack thats not nececerry

 

Anyway  the maintainer nicoSWD

To very well documented the program, there is nothing more to say

If users do not take the time to read and understand and well they are not made for the Hackintosh


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Yes its possible but If you have a bootable Hackintosh and boot by this Hack thats not nececerry

 

Anyway  the maintainer nicoSWD

To very well documented the program, there is nothing more to say

If users do not take the time to read and understand and well they are not made for the Hackintosh

 

 

How dare you say I'm not made for hackintosh. I'm a tech savvy person I'm capable of building a hackintosh successfully & I did. I tried everything under the sun still don't hear classic sound so frustrating. I have  alc1150 driver kext multibea  asus z97 deluxe



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How dare you say I'm not made for hackintosh. I'm a tech savvy person I'm capable of building a hackintosh successfully & I did. I tried everything under the sun still don't hear classic sound so frustrating. I have  alc1150 driver kext multibea  asus z97 deluxe

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Ok I'll ask elsewhere then



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I eventually figured it out. I hear the classic sound when I first log in after fresh boot. Sometimes the sound does not work for alc1150 driver. Often times I have to shutdown my computer to get sound working again for hackintosh.







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