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In Topic: On Chromebook Acer C720P

26 December 2015 - 10:40 PM

Commenting further -


I am trying to get it to work from a USB.


Windows 8.1 and 10 can do so, so theoretically it should work with this Haswell Chromebook.


I singled out that it is an USB issue for El Capitan as the Hard Disk is USB but also that it chokes on


Still waiting for root device


instead of:


USBMC identifier (non unique), etc.


Any ideas to move on from this?


I have the DSDT for the CB, if it can help?

In Topic: Cloning MacBook Air to make a Hackintosh

24 December 2015 - 06:55 AM

Not as obvious, probably the advice to install from scratch is better.


Installed latest OS X (10.11.2) again over this old install, then carbon copy clone over it the Macbook Air partition seems to have finally fixed all issues :)

In Topic: samba shares not coonecting

24 December 2015 - 06:07 AM

Correction: It solved itself as follows:


Reinstall with latest OS X El Capitan over the old copy from the Web Store using a real Mac.


Use Carbon Copy to clone the real Mac onto the result.


Samba shares and Security settings restored.


Why this worked? not much of a clue, bar fixing some things through this lengthy procedure.

In Topic: samba shares not coonecting

24 December 2015 - 12:15 AM

I don't think this is solvable, without Apple SIP no Samba, done on purpose by Apple. With Apple SIP, no Hackintosh.

In Topic: samba shares not coonecting

22 December 2015 - 05:44 PM

do you have your permissions setup correctly? what are you trying to connect to, a windows pc?


Yes using Kext Utility and Disk Utility First Aid.


I can't access even shares of a MacBook Air.


My aim is to access smb shares of a TP-Link smb server.

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