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nate911

nate911

Member Since 26 Jun 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 15 2015 10:16 AM
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In Topic: Insanely fast virtual Mac (QEMU, OVMF, Clover and native graphics)

11 December 2015 - 03:47 PM

can you post the link for hdmiaudio kext? I tried the kext from here (http://forums.macrum...1499797/page-15) but no sound from monitor. Sip disabled though...

pasted kext in Clover/Kext/10.11..

 

This kext needs to go to /S/L/E - crackles a little for me though.

In Topic: Insanely fast virtual Mac (QEMU, OVMF, Clover and native graphics)

30 November 2015 - 04:24 PM

Pretty much got everything working. Awesome.

 

Are you guys getting crackling sound with HDMI audio? I'm getting a slight crackling on the 970.

In Topic: Insanely fast virtual Mac (QEMU, OVMF, Clover and native graphics)

29 November 2015 - 11:17 PM

Thanks waschbenzin. Very helpful.

In Topic: Insanely fast virtual Mac (QEMU, OVMF, Clover and native graphics)

28 November 2015 - 05:26 PM

Finally got the USB to passthrough, ended up turning off USB3 in the Bios.

 

When you're passing USB, after the VM runs/shutdown, is there a command to reclaim the PCI resources back to linux?

 

Cheers.

In Topic: Insanely fast virtual Mac (QEMU, OVMF, Clover and native graphics)

28 November 2015 - 10:27 AM

No, I still failed to get my USB 3.0 controller to passthrough. I can type from my keyboard which is attached to the USB controller on Clover menu, but as soon as OS X El Capitan boots it completely disables it. I even can see my USB tree on the System Profiler (even my Logitech F510 gamepad is detected) but somehow it doesn't work. Probably we need to make OS X thinks that it is an Intel USB controller not a Renesas (mine at least). I workaround it by using Synergy for mouse+keyboard and NoMachine Audio adapter for the audio.

 

Have you tried passing through USB devices individually rather than the entire controller? This works for me.

 

 

  1. <hostdev mode=’subsystem’ type=’usb’ managed=’no’>
    <source>
    <vendor id=’0x0500’/>
    <product id=’0x14f7/>
    </source>
    </hostdev>

My system refuses to boot when I passthrough the entire USB controller, It might be a hardware/osx compatibility problem.

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