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About shilohhh

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  1. AGDPfix

  2. AGDPfix

    I've been following that thread. I plan on experimenting with the method and writing a new version of this app that will write the appropriate values into the plist for fakesmc when I can find time.
  3. AGDPfix

    Set the proper options in clover's config.
  4. That's a bummer. I was hoping to see how everything was loading in ioreg.
  5. T Thanks, I'll DL and have a look later tonight.
  6. If you don't mind, your entire clover folder from the EFI partition. I've already downloaded all the posted files from this thread to compare with. My thinking thus far is that the structure of the PCI devices in the ACPI tables may be conflicting with OS X.
  7. I've had a look at the X99 ACPI tables and they are huge! I don't own any X99 hardware so I can't really do any testing. It would be awesome if you could post a .ioreg file from ioregistryexplorer v2.1 and a Darwin dump of your system while running el cap (functional).
  8. AGDPfix

    Open your RampageDev SSDT or DSDT in MaciASL. Search for GFX0. Replace GFX0 with GFX1. Then you won't even need this app any more.
  9. I understand how you feel and I can't tell you what you should or shouldn't do. I just wanted to share my perspective.
  10. I don't have a horse in this race but I personally don't want to see this guy on eBay reap any profit. It goes against what built this community. If he didn't have clover, he'd be nowhere! And now he doesn't want to freely share the small piece of the puzzle that he has??? If it wasn't for countless people freely sharing the benefits of their hard work, we wouldn't have the tools we have today. I doubt there is any 1 person in the community that could create everything that we have in clover or chameleon on their own. Everything that we rely on to run OS X on our non-Apple hardware was built by colaborative efforts and the knowledge of many. It has been shared free of charge in the spirtit that makes this community worth loving and participating in. If people start making a profit installing OS X on non-Apple hardware, it makes our community a target for Apple. This eBay seller is also in clear violation of Clover's licence agreement by selling a product based on it's functionality. Should members of this community reward such a person? It's really none of my business what y'all do but that's my two cents.
  11. I dont have the hardware to test but If you want to give it a go, try the attached SSDT to avoid 10.11's USB2 nightmare. Put it in EFI/CLOVER/acpi/patched for your USB installer and your boot drive. I'm working on other X99 ACPI stuff too, if you want to test? SSDT-8.aml.zip
  12. Has anyone here tried: <key>FakeCPUID</key> <string>0x0306E4</string> ?
  13. I know that Mac Pros have no IGPUs but you might still be able to use the device if OX S isn't doing something strange to it based on the sys def. But probably not as the cards I had named PXS1 and 2 got disabled. I was just curios if your IGPU worked or would work if you kept the name IGPU. Technically 2 GPUs named GFX1 are still unique because of their device path. IE: GPU #1 _SB.PCI0.NPE3.GFX1 and GPU #2 _SB.PCI0.NPE7.GFX1. However, OS X should do whatever it's supposed to do to GFX1 to both cards because of their name at the end. I have a Titan X and a GTX 980 both named GFX1 that both work as they should. Hot plugging monitors and swapping ports, multiple displays on either or both cards and you can choose which monitor has the doc and menu bar in system prefs. I don't think you should name a IGPU as GFX because they share system memory and discrete don't. I am also curious why you prefer MacPro6,1 instead of iMac13,2 which has more similar hardware to your system (IvyBridge CPU, integrated + discrete graphics)?