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In Topic: Ozmosis

20 June 2016 - 11:56 PM

Thanks... Confirming what I've found in the meantime.


Read this on Hackintosh-Forum.de about someone not seeing his Fusion Drive (sorry Google Translation):


"Can you please the currently used Defaults.plist upload times and / or check as the entry under <key> Defaults: 1F8E0C02-58A9-4E34-AE22-2B63745FA101 </ key> looks like? From OZ1669 should look as follows:


      <Key> Defaults: 1F8E0C02-58A9-4E34-AE22-2B63745FA101 </ key> 
      <Key> AndroidDiskOptionTemplate </ key> 
      <String> initrd = $ initfs root = UUID = uuid $ androidboot.hardware = android_x86 ro SRC = $ path </ string> 
      <Key> AndroidDiskTemplate </ key> 
      <String> $ label </ string> 
      <Key> Boot Entry Template </ key> 
      <String> $ label </ string> 
      <Key> Darwin Core Storage Template </ key> 
      <String> $ label </ string> 
      <Key> Darwin Disk template </ key> 
      <String> $ label </ string> 
      <Key> Darwin Recovery Disk template </ key> 
      <String> $ label ($ platform. $ Major. $ Minor) </ string> 
      <Key> Linux Disk option template </ key> 
      <String> initrd = $ initfs root = UUID = uuid $ ro </ string> 
      <Key> Linux disk template </ key> 
      <String> $ label $ build </ string> 
      <Key> Linux Rescue Disk template </ key> 
      <String> $ label Rescue </ string> 
      <Key> Linux Rescue option template </ key> 
      <String> initrd = $ initfs root = UUID = uuid $ ro </ string> 
      </ Dict> 

If that looks different to you or entries in the templates are missing then this would explain why the fusion drive volume group does not appear there."

ok this is bad .. use lower case for the elements such as <String> should be <string> and <Key> should be <key> ... also </ string> should be </string> and </ key> should be </key> etc etc

In Topic: Ozmosis

20 June 2016 - 11:19 PM

Quick question:


With 1479, I didn't need the following section in my Defaults.plist

    <string>$label ($platform.$major.$minor)</string>
    <string>initrd=$initfs root=UUID=$uuid androidboot.hardware=android_x86 ro SRC=$path</string>
    <string>$label $build</string>
    <string>initrd=$initfs root=UUID=$uuid ro</string>
    <string>$label Rescue</string>
    <string>initrd=$initfs root=UUID=$uuid ro</string>

Yesterday, I updated to 167xMASS and I had a moment of panic reusing my old Defaults.plist: no OSX volumes present at all in the boot menu... :wacko: until I extracted and modified the OzmosisDefaults in the modded ROM I use (pre-made for my board on the German forum).


Any explanations...?






the price of progress, giving the user more control over the boot options produced for various operating systems it supports.

In Topic: NVMe Kext for El Capitan and up

18 June 2016 - 01:22 PM

Same here, kernel panic and won't boot without DSDT patch

out of interest to which patch are you referring ?

In Topic: [pre-releases] macOS Sierra

16 June 2016 - 01:42 PM

I have a problem :( 
Created the install partition, booted fine, installed Sierra and when I try to boot I get this:





What is causing this crash ?


according to this picture your loading kernel 15.3.0 ie El Capitan since Sierra is 16.0.0

In Topic: Ozmosis

15 June 2016 - 12:16 PM

ppl of Oz, give a try with latez OS


** pattern borrowed from next door

**** gone

as its working might as well leave it up until a new release is forthcoming imho, but thats your decision :)

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