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  1. 15 points
    chris1111

    Clover General discussion

    @Slice @Jief_Machak verry proud and happy to announce that the Clover package is correct for macOS Big Sur 11 and works on all other macOS versions. There are no more Clover files installed on the Root disk, everything done in / Private / tmp No need for the java script package for the read / write disk anymore, I will remove it from the Distribution UEFI and ESP Legacy mode is fully functional, Backup Clover is done on the desktop. I give you the files that I have to modify to be done. File on Github ➤ Fix Package Clover any macOS
  2. 13 points
    Max.1974

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    Good Morning/Evening/Night for all (without quotes )... tomorrow its possible in Apple event release Big Sur...
  3. 10 points
    Allan

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  4. 8 points
  5. 7 points
    Allan

    Apple releases the M1 Chip

    Today was the so waited Apple's keynote. One of the big news is the new CPU to Apple's products such as Laptops and Desktops (Mac mini). You can get more info here: https://www.apple.com/mac/m1/ And "one more thing", the PC meme is back!!
  6. 7 points
    Bios-PC

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    RC2
  7. 7 points
    eSaF

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    Another rich boy who has enough money left over to buy dinner. Just joking - at least it takes one mind off the election.
  8. 7 points
    fabiosun

    Clover General discussion

    I have updated my rig in signature to Big Sur RC without problem Clover revision: 5126 (master, commit 9e7b4311c)
  9. 7 points
    fabiosun

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    :))))
  10. 7 points
    Shaneee

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    Update went without issue on AMD.
  11. 7 points
    dvil

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    11.0.1 RC available for download! Cheers!
  12. 6 points
    chris1111

    Clover General discussion

    Latest Clover work good on Final release BS Thanks to all Devs and tester
  13. 6 points
    Ellybz

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    @WizeManEverything depends on your platform. My GA x299 does not need SSDTs for EC, RTC, AWAC to boot. In the past I only used SSDTs for USBX & CPUPM, but I was able to get rid of them. USBX: The longest part was to map all my USB ports , Including TB & Inateck PCIe USB card , in my USBPorts.kext ( attached below ). After this was done, I incorporated the properties of SSDT-USBX in the kext, verified that the properties were loaded without the SSDT & got rid of that SSDT. (Thanks to @loloflat6 for pointing in ths direction. ) PLUG ( XCPM ): ( Read edit 1 & 2 ) As I mentioned above, SSDT-PLUG is not mandatory if your Bios can manage XCPM. Works fine on my system ( 1.2Ghz in Idle to 4.9Ghz : 6 Speedsteps ) . Sleeps/Wake also work. Zero bug. Many tools exist to verify that XCPM is working properly. Look it up. I'm not a fan of the Dortania guide. lots of Incoherence, but if you're a beginner, I guess it's fine. PS: I'm using my sytem for work 24/7 and and it is completely stable. ( outside the Bugs from Betas ) EllybzUSB.kext.zip Edit: A simple way to verify if you have XCPM, is to type in your terminal "sysctl machdep.xcpm.mode " ; if the return value = 1; XCPM is loaded. Further investigation might be necessary. ( Power management, amount of Power states, etc..) Edit 2: macOS native power management is NOT mandatory. Performances are similar. Only differences can results in improper sleep, higher temperature or higher power consumption. ( No issue on my system ). Everything is operating correctly.
  14. 6 points
    ludox

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    Perfect Boot Clover 5126
  15. 6 points
    Jief_Machak

    Clover General discussion

    Agreed (it's 5124-5126, because 5123 is still not OC integrated). @everyone If you had problems to boot, to boot USB installer, try again with this last commit. CloverX64-5d91bbe-jief.zip Release updated : https://github.com/CloverHackyColor/CloverBootloader/releases/tag/5123.1
  16. 5 points
    iCanaro

    Clover General discussion

    Clover went through a difficult exam, I updated AMD X570 without any kexts in the other folder and with the default config, with which I can start high sierra, mojave, catalina and big sur. This means, it means that on the first restart you didn't get lost or messed up with the kernel patches, everything went as it should, successful update it seems to me a really good job of the developers, 10 minutes of applause CLOVERX64-5126-7f1b87c92.efi.zip
  17. 5 points
    Max.1974

    [Release] macOS Big Sur 11.0.1

    Good news after all!!!!! Good luck ladies and gentleman...enjoy the silence!!!
  18. 5 points
    Hi, since i started playing with clover's source code, i wanted to help by improoving the source code, mainly about the UI and the UI code which definelly needs work, so i have created this thread to discuss about this work i want to do. First of all i am working on the menu.cpp file which is the file magaing clover's menus, this file (at the time of writing this post) is very crowded and packed with lots of stuff and the code quality isn't the best, the code is very repetitive and hard to work on, my objective is to improve the menu system and make easyer to work with clover's source in general (i also have some experience in the field of UI/UX other than coding in c/c++, so i can help not only with the code). I also decided to ditch rewiting an ui engine from scratch (too labourious and the existing ui does the job) and i am oriented on refactoring existing work. EDIT: Some things that i think should be done are: -Separating the menu.cpp file in multiple files to keep the code more organized -Improoving variables and objects/types naming conventions -Moove code with hardcoded UI strings to dedicated files Ideas: -Menu content and names revision
  19. 5 points
    Jief_Machak

    Clover General discussion

    Tried here, and the preboot doesn't show IF the main partition is accessible. debug.log + screenshot ? This version should be fine for MatchOS : CloverX64-2020-11-12-09-26-58-0bbc1e3-dirty-jief.zip NOTE : I did a quick hack to have 11 versions working. It allowed 11 to match for every 11 version. I confirmed that it should be 11.x Let recap the rules : 11 matches only 11 (I think no 11 version exists !) 11.x matches any 11 versions (11, 11.0, 11.0.1, 11.0.1.1, 11.9762, 11.478.1334, ...) 11.0.x matches any 11.0 versions ( 11.0, 11.0.1, 11.0.2, 11.0.1354486423, 11.0.0.0.0.0.1, ...) @iCanaro : could you test ? @everyone : I insist : update your config.plist to replace "11" by "11.x"
  20. 5 points
    chris1111

    Clover General discussion

    New themes for Clover OCIntegration All macOS volumes are integrated from 10.6 to Big Sur 11 OCIntegration.zip
  21. 5 points
    Moviemakergr

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    Full Installer [ 0 ] 2020-11-10 18:53:41 .. 001-77425 .. 11.0.1.20B28 macOS Big Sur installScript_1016fullapp.zip sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Big\ Sur.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/USB
  22. 5 points
    ludox

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    Big Sur Candidate Installation and startup with Clover 5126 Acer E1
  23. 5 points
    chris1111

    Clover General discussion

    @Slice Got it Exclude newyear theme EDIT ** Testing and works Also the default selection for OpenRuntime works attaching dmg of Clover r5126 package Clover r5126.dmg.zip
  24. 5 points
    MorenoAv

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    And is done, I don't know how much time it took , because I left it alone and went to dinner, when I returned it was done...
  25. 5 points
    eSaF

    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    All done, from download, install to desktop took 3 reboots in all 30 minutes.
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