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In Topic: Clover General discussion

11 November 2013 - 03:46 AM

Hi guys, clover is great, thanks for your work! btw i'm using it to boot two partitions an uefi grub (to boot androidx86) and Osx Maverick,

now on the boot screen i have three entries:


UEFI internal from EFI

UEFI internal from ANDROID

Boot Mac OS X from SSD


is there a way to hide only UEFI internal from EFI and keeping the android one?



GUI/Hide will be able to do what you want. If it doesn't then have a look at GUI/Custom/Entries.

In Topic: Clover General discussion

18 October 2013 - 04:34 PM


I'm on r2236. Unfortunately HideEntries doesn't seem to work here as my concern is to hide recovery hd and internal uefi partitions.




It's outdated or mistyped? So I have to use Scan/Legacy=false at the moment to hide internal UEFI. Now going to try Custom Entries format.

BTW regarding icons in a theme, my theme has swapped badges (between drive and OS). I just can't stand when same big icons sit in a row.




Oh sorry. Yes HideEntries has been replaced by custom entries. I thought you were referring to GUI / Hide where you can hide volumes using the VolumeName/DevicePath.


Swapped badges, meaning drive icons are bigger than OS icons? If so you may need to make/find a vol_recovery.icns to use for Recovery.

In Topic: Clover General discussion

18 October 2013 - 03:15 PM

Anyone know how to hide Recovery HD from Clover GUI? I guess HideEntries is obsolete.
Recently, Recovery HD uses the same icon as its primary OS. I don't really like it.

Some of what HideEntries does you are now able to do with Custom Entries. I think still has its uses though.
If you dont want to use HideEntries you can use this in GUI / Custom / Entries:
You could also change the icon here too. Using Image/ImageData and/or DriveImage/DriveImageData.
Different themes have different looking icons. Both standard OSX and Recovery will use the icon for the version of OSX they are (os_lion.icns, os_cougar.icns, os_mav.icns etc) but have different Drive icons (vol_internal_hfs.icns and vol_recovery.icns respectively) however they will fall back to using the same icon (vol_internal.icns) if the theme does not have a separate file for them to use.

In Topic: Clover General discussion

16 October 2013 - 06:15 AM

Hello. Ok, this just maybe a stupid question, but I don't know what to do.


I've formatted USB stick and installed clover (OS X under VMWare). I have asus P8Z77 WB motherboard, so I've copied  \EFI\tools\Shell64.efi to \shellx64.efi file.


 I have tryed to boot. No luck, but just black screen with cursor.


 Ok. I've added some strings into \EFI\config.plist 




 And created \EFI\CLOVER\misc\ 


 but still, it's empty - no any log there.


 Well, I'm feeling very confused. Any ideas?

The default path for config.plist is "\EFI\CLOVER\config.plist".


If you are trying to set up UEFI booting for the first time then it may be a good idea to get CloverEFI (legacy) to work first. That way you separate issues related to configuration and issues related to your UEFI firmware.

In Topic: Clover General discussion

09 October 2013 - 11:13 AM

I'm having trouble getting custom entries to show up at all on r2217 (or any revision for that matter). I followed the wiki. Here's that part of my config.plist. (Ignore the empty volume UUID)



Any chance you could share a boot.log (or preboot.log)? It is difficult to know what the problem is otherwise.

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