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Enoch

Latest revision of my Chameleon bootloader branch.

 

Not able to boot AFPS yet....

 

Please don't upload it on other servers and don't repack it, thank you.

- Installer PKG

- Binaries format (Manual install)

Please don't upload it on other servers and don't repack it, thank you.

 

Chameleon bootloader credits goes to Chameleon Team http://forum.voodooprojects.org

 

Changelog: http://forge.voodoop...e/changes/HEAD/

 

This revision of Enoch contain the upcoming FileNVRAM revision 1.1.5 (RC8)

Credits to Micky1979

 

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All credits go to meklort and cosmo1t.

FileNVRAM copyright © 2013 xZeneu LLC. FileNVRAM is licensed under the Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported license.

Please see the license file for details

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Language Translation:

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For on-line Chameleon language package resource edit

>> Pootle

 

 

 

 

Hi all translators,You can help us to translate the Chameleon Project.You need to have gettext utilities installed.You can install them :* With MacPorts or Finkor* With the package http://dl.dropbox.com/u/112112/Chameleon.Dev/gettext-0.18.1.1.dmgYou need to change your ~/.bashrc or ~/.bash_profile to add the path to the utilities:# MacPorts Installer: adding an appropriate PATH variable for use with MacPorts.export PATH=/opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin:$PATH# Finished adapting your PATH environment variable for use with MacPorts.# MacPorts Installer: adding an appropriate MANPATH variable for use with MacPorts.export MANPATH=/opt/local/share/man:$MANPATH# Finished adapting your MANPATH environment variable for use with MacPorts.You must also have a PO editor like Poedit: http://www.poedit.net/download.phpThe files to translate are in package/po directory.Open them with your PO editor and translate.If you want to add a new language copy the package/po/chameleon.pot to po/$lang.po where $lang isthe new language you want to add.Example to add belgian language:# cp package/po/chameleon.pot package/po/be.poNow you can start translating the new po file with your PO editor

 

Pls translate/complete it.

 

Link here on InsanelyMac (Italian only): Enoch Bootloader

 

Enjoy

 

ErmaC


What's New in Version r2922   See changelog

Released

  • kernel patchers updated to boot Catalina (credits to: CrazyBirdy)
  • Added Catalina Icons detection.

Enoch-rev.2922.zip




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On 8/30/2018 at 7:28 AM, shantonu said:

Any Possibility that you release for Mojave. Looking forward to seeing that soon. Thanks in advance

 

First release for Mojave support is out (r2921).

New official release with APFS support is on its way... (beta already available on the forum topic)

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35 minutes ago, luky35 said:

When installing Chameleon, I'm stopping it all together

 

Chameleon

 

You have lots of ACPI errors on top of your screenshot.

I would suspect the fact that your DSDT.aml is not 100% correct, and this confuses macOS kernel.

 

...and more importantly, I don't see "DSMOS has arrived" message.

So, simply said, macOS does not find your boot partition.

Edited by MinusZwei

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First, Happy New Year there! Then, I feel I'm dumb. I've used Enoch without any problem till now but since I lost my High Sierra USB, I tried to make another one. Well. when I install Enoch and reboot I always end with a boot gpt - Boot done error. I've tried many times, with different USB pens.. I know it's my fault but I can't understand wtf I'm doing wrong.

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On 1/1/2019 at 2:23 PM, bluenote56 said:

First, Happy New Year there! Then, I feel I'm dumb. I've used Enoch without any problem till now but since I lost my High Sierra USB, I tried to make another one. Well. when I install Enoch and reboot I always end with a boot gpt - Boot done error. I've tried many times, with different USB pens.. I know it's my fault but I can't understand wtf I'm doing wrong.

 

Question is: what have you exactly done?

I have re-created a complete set of USB sticks to install all Mac OS X / OS X / macOS version (from Lion to Mojave), all using the latest Enoch.

Basically:

1. Make sure that your USB stick is partitioned with a GUID scheme, containing 1 single HFS+ partition

2. Install Enoch on the stick at the last stage (i.e. after macOS installed is ready)

3. Use the following commands to install Enoch (as root):

   # fdisk440 -f boot0 -u -y /dev/rdiskX (where X is the drive number corresponding to your USB stick)

   # dd if=boot1h of=/dev/rdiskXs2

   # cp boot /Volumes/InstallerStick

   # cp -R Extra /Volumes/InstallerStick

 

I never used the Enoch installer, since it is so easy to install...

...and I always the 'Extra' folder ready for my configuration.

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15 hours ago, MinusZwei said:

 

Question is: what have you exactly done?

I have re-created a complete set of USB sticks to install all Mac OS X / OS X / macOS version (from Lion to Mojave), all using the latest Enoch.

Basically:

1. Make sure that your USB stick is partitioned with a GUID scheme, containing 1 single HFS+ partition

2. Install Enoch on the stick at the last stage (i.e. after macOS installed is ready)

3. Use the following commands to install Enoch (as root):

   # fdisk440 -f boot0 -u -y /dev/rdiskX (where X is the drive number corresponding to your USB stick)

   # dd if=boot1h of=/dev/rdiskXs2

   # cp boot /Volumes/InstallerStick

   # cp -R Extra /Volumes/InstallerStick

 

I never used the Enoch installer, since it is so easy to install...

...and I always the 'Extra' folder ready for my configuration.

Well I did exactly what you said but installing Enoch from the installer as I usually do. I will install it following your instructions. Btw it's the first time I must face this issue. Thanks for your help. I'll give you feedback anyway.

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