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In my 1700X hackintosh only CLOVER r.4259 with Lilu(1.1.7), AppleALC(1.1.4), & WhateverGreen (1.0.4) all dated on 2017-08-27 can fix sleep/wakeup issue at 10.13.1 (17B48). Please try it like mine.

AppleALC ?
which one are you using ?



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In my 1700X hackintosh only CLOVER r.4259 with Lilu(1.1.7), AppleALC(1.1.4), & WhateverGreen (1.0.4) all dated on 2017-08-27 can fix sleep/wakeup issue at 10.13.1 (17B48). Please try it like mine.



Okay thank you!
Sleep still not working in 10.13.2

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In my 1700X hackintosh only CLOVER r.4259 with Lilu(1.1.7), AppleALC(1.1.4), & WhateverGreen (1.0.4) all dated on 2017-08-27 can fix sleep/wakeup issue at 10.13.1 (17B48). Please try it like mine.


Does it work in 13.2, I think that’s where the bug started. It may be a kernel issue since the 13.2 kernel is 17.3 and our kernel is 17.0.

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Does it work in 13.2, I think that’s where the bug started. It may be a kernel issue since the 13.2 kernel is 17.3 and our kernel is 17.0.

http://www.insanelym...-4#entry2546143

 

im going to give this solution a try 



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AppleALC ?
which one are you using ?

Post #84 at http://www.insanelym...rt-topic/page-5


Does it work in 13.2, I think that’s where the bug started. It may be a kernel issue since the 13.2 kernel is 17.3 and our kernel is 17.0.

I'm pretty sure that is due to GPU compatibility instead of kernel issue.

No such sleep/wake-up blank screen issue at 10.13.2 in my 1700X & FX-6300 hackintoshs with AMD 7950 & 5770/6870 GPU respectively.

But if replaced its GPU with RX-560 all got sleep/wake-up problems immediately at 10.13.2, but no issue at 10.13.1 in both AMD hackintoshs.


Okay thank you!
Sleep still not working in 10.13.2

It could be fixed by GPU replacement with compatible ones such as AMD 7950, 6870, or 5770, as well as GT-730, GTX-680, etc.

No such a sleep/wake-up issue in my hackintoshs if one of the above GPUs was used.



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In my 1700X hackintosh only CLOVER r.4259 with Lilu(1.1.7), AppleALC(1.1.4), & WhateverGreen (1.0.4) all dated on 2017-08-27 can fix sleep/wakeup issue at 10.13.1 (17B48). Please try it like mine.


Did bronya's kernel for 10.13 compatible to 10.13.2?

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Did bronya's kernel for 10.13 compatible to 10.13.2?

Yes, up to now (17C85a).

Need testing for 17C88.



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Yes, up to now (17C85a).
Need testing for 17C88.

How about the sleep/resume issue?

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How about the sleep/resume issue?



In Sierra with my RX 480 sleep only worked in version 12.6 after the last Bronya kernel release for 12.6. When using the older kernel in Sierra 12.6 sleep didn’t work but it did in the previous versions 12.4, 12.5 etc. using the original older kernel(s). Sierra 12.6 had some major changes to the AMD graphics kexts so it probably needed a kernel to match for it to operate correctly. I know once that last Sierra kernel came out I was real happy with the improved performance and functionality.

High Sierra 13.2 beta 6 works with Bronya’s HS 17.0 kernel but no sleep wake function for my RX 480 and RX Vega 64. Nvidia gt210 sleep function works in High Sierra for me, I will test my R7 265 to see if it works. Bronya’s HS kernel was released very early so it’s based on the HS 17.0 kernel which has evolved into 17.3 now. If you use older kexts which some people do for their cards to work like Fury X there is a limit as to how far back you can go before they stop being compatible with the newer versions.

bbmatias3 didn’t you have sleep working in 13.1? But with the same configuration once you were in 13.2 it stopped working, is that correct?

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In Sierra with my RX 480 sleep only worked in version 12.6 after the last Bronya kernel release for 12.6. When using the older kernel in Sierra 12.6 sleep didn’t work but it did in the previous versions 12.4, 12.5 etc. using the original older kernel(s). Sierra 12.6 had some major changes to the AMD graphics kexts so it probably needed a kernel to match for it to operate correctly. I know once that last Sierra kernel came out I was real happy with the improved performance and functionality.

High Sierra 13.2 beta 6 works with Bronya’s HS 17.0 kernel but no sleep wake function for my RX 480 and RX Vega 64. Nvidia gt210 sleep function works in High Sierra for me, I will test my R7 265 to see if it works. Bronya’s HS kernel was released very early so it’s based on the HS 17.0 kernel which has evolved into 17.3 now. If you use older kexts which some people do for their cards to work like Fury X there is a limit as to how far back you can go before they stop being compatible with the newer versions.
yes the method i used no longer worked on 10.13.1
bbmatias3 didn’t you have sleep working in 13.1? But with the same configuration once you were in 13.2 it stopped working, is that correct?

yes that correct that method didnt work on 10.13.2

i dont mind staying on 10.13.1 but there is some gpu issues(performance) that are fixed on 13.2

will see im sure a solution will show up 



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In Sierra with my RX 480 sleep only worked in version 12.6 after the last Bronya kernel release for 12.6. When using the older kernel in Sierra 12.6 sleep didn’t work but it did in the previous versions 12.4, 12.5 etc. using the original older kernel(s). Sierra 12.6 had some major changes to the AMD graphics kexts so it probably needed a kernel to match for it to operate correctly. I know once that last Sierra kernel came out I was real happy with the improved performance and functionality.

High Sierra 13.2 beta 6 works with Bronya’s HS 17.0 kernel but no sleep wake function for my RX 480 and RX Vega 64. Nvidia gt210 sleep function works in High Sierra for me, I will test my R7 265 to see if it works. Bronya’s HS kernel was released very early so it’s based on the HS 17.0 kernel which has evolved into 17.3 now. If you use older kexts which some people do for their cards to work like Fury X there is a limit as to how far back you can go before they stop being compatible with the newer versions.

bbmatias3 didn’t you have sleep working in 13.1? But with the same configuration once you were in 13.2 it stopped working, is that correct?

My amd a10/with 8500gt has no sleep/resume issue on 10.12.6 using shanee's kernel,,waiting for bronya's and shanee's kernel base on 10.13.2 hoping they got fixed the sleep/resume issue,,

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My amd a10/with 8500gt has no sleep/resume issue on 10.12.6 using shanee's kernel,,waiting for bronya's and shanee's kernel base on 10.13.2 hoping they got fixed the sleep/resume issue,,

 

My GT210 works great for sleep in HS 13.2 its the Radeon RX cards that are sleep deprived,lol!    



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Yes, up to now (17C85a).

Need testing for 17C88.

Confirmed that it's still working at 17C88 without blank screen/sleep/wake-up issues.

But it may reboot on wake-up unexpectedly.

The major bug in FX-6300 hackintosh is loss of Firefox/Safari browser function since updated to 10.13.2 beta1 or higher. Only Google Chrome is working at present.

No such a bug in 1700X hackintosh at  10.13.2 (17C85a or 17C88).



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does this AppleALC work on amd cpu ?



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does this AppleALC work on amd cpu ?

Can not confirm it because my AMD 1700X and FX-6300 hackintoshs got HDMI audio only with matched Lilu & WhateverGreen versions. No internal speaker enabled.



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Check this out, Shaneee created a AMD kernel updater.   I ran it and it seems to have worked, no crashes.   

http://www.insanelym...kernel-updater/



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High Sierra Beta 13.3 ver.1 enabled HDMI audio on My RX Vega card.   No VoodooHDA or other fixes needed.    Its always worked on my Intel systems but Never on my Ryzen, this is cool.



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High Sierra Beta 13.3 ver.1 enabled HDMI audio on My RX Vega card.   No VoodooHDA or other fixes needed.    Its always worked on my Intel systems but Never on my Ryzen, this is cool.

any progress with sleep?

my monitor speakers were enabled by the newest what ever green 



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High Sierra Beta 13.3 ver.1 enabled HDMI audio on My RX Vega card.   No VoodooHDA or other fixes needed.    Its always worked on my Intel systems but Never on my Ryzen, this is cool.

 

Thats strange. Normally the HDMI functionality is a part of the GPU and is not affected what CPU you are using (Intel or AMD)

 

By the way, is there a fix for non Working Adobe Products that crashes on start? I use a 1950x Threadripper. Many things are working, but performance ist still far behind of Intel CPUs and the "Workflow" is a little like "stuttering". 

 

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Thats strange. Normally the HDMI functionality is a part of the GPU and is not affected what CPU you are using (Intel or AMD)

 

By the way, is there a fix for non Working Adobe Products that crashes on start? I use a 1950x Threadripper. Many things are working, but performance ist still far behind of Intel CPUs and the "Workflow" is a little like "stuttering". 

 

Greets

 

I think it lies in the CPU and kernel layout.    On an intel system if you use a dsdt editor you have terminologies for your PCI-0 slot that many change to GFX1 for example, if you try it with a Ryzen CPU it doesn't work it reports as IOMM instead of GFX1.    All the guides for dsdt editing are for Intel systems and when I try those same fixes for RYZEN it results in unknown results or terminologies.   

 

I was able to get GFX1 for my Risen by changing my System definition to iMac 18.2 without editing the dsdt.    







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