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    Matgen84 reacted to arsradu in [pre-release] macOS Mojave   
    With Mojave, Apple added support for HDD/Fusion drives, as well.
     
    As for the Clover drivers available with the installer, there are a lot more discussions about it in the Clover General section. So I would suggest using that for more info on the topic. 
    But in a nutshell, those drivers (or at least some of them, were always there, and considered "mandatory", so they were not displayed to the user in the installer UI). Now, whether or not some of them are mandatory, is debatable, cause what's mandatory for my system might not be mandatory for yours, and vice-versa. However, some of them are (such as apfs.efi or HFSPlus/VBoxHfs.efi).
    The idea is that now all the drivers are available to the user so he can choose whatever he wants. The only problem is if you're a new user and you have no idea what each one of those is doing and which ones you need vs which ones you don't. But...as I said, I would strongly suggest talking this in more details in the Clover thread. There are a TON of discussions about it already.
     
    Now, for as far as the Preview issues I mentioned before, it seems to work for all the people with iGPUs, but the results with eGPUs are a bit confusing. Some people have this issue, some people don't... Anyway, I hope it's just a bug, being the first beta, and will be fixed in the next updates. Cause I do use Quick Look and Preview on a daily basis.
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    Matgen84 reacted to Sherlocks in [pre-release] macOS Mojave   
    thanks. i first collected kernel patch since 10.12. if i have time, i will see old macos. have a good day


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    Matgen84 reacted to Sherlocks in [pre-release] macOS Mojave   
    here is Mojave kernel patch summary.
    if you want some patch, take this
     
    cpuid_set_info_rdmsr (c) vit9696
    B9A00100 000F32
    B9A00100 0031C0
    10.12.x,10.13.x,10.14.x
     
    xcpm_idle_wrmsr (c) Pike R. Alpha
    B9E20000 000F30
    B9E20000 009090
    10.12.x,10.13.x,10.14.x
     
    xcpm_assert_rdmsr (c) Sherlocks
    B9980100 000F32
    B9980100 0031C0
    10.12.x,10.13.x,10.14.x
     
    xcpm_SMT_scope_msrs (c) Pike R. Alpha
    BE0B0000 005DE908 000000
    BE0B0000 005DC390 909090
    10.12.x,10.13.x,10.14.x
     
    cpuid_set_info (c) Pike R. Alpha
    04723CD0
    04XX3CD0 
    10.13.x,10.14.x
    - XX: need value you want
     
    xcpm_bootstrap (c) Pike R. Alpha
    89D804C4 3C22
    89D804XX 3C22
    10.13.x,10.14.x
    - XX: need value you want
     
    xcpm_assert_wrmsr (c) Sherlocks
    B9990100 000F30
    B9990100 009090
    10.13.x,10.14.x
     
    xcpm_core_scope_msrs (c) Pike R. Alpha
    BE030000 0031D2E8 79FCFFFF
    BE030000 0031D290 90909090
     
    xcpm_pkg_scope_msrs (c) Pike R. Alpha
    BE070000 0031D2E8 91FCFFFF
    BE070000 0031D290 90909090
    10.14.x
     
    xcpm_program_msrs (c) Pike R. Alpha
    554889E5 41574156 41554154 53504189 D64889FB 4189F54C 8D3D6387
    C39089E5 41574156 41554154 53504189 D64889FB 4189F54C 8D3D6387
    10.14.x
     
    xcpm_SMT_scope_msrs (c) Pike R. Alpha
    BE0B0000 0031D2E8 66FCFFFF
    BE0B0000 0031D290 90909090
    10.14.x
     
    Disable panic kext logging on 10.14 Release kernel (c) vit9696
    8A0284C0 7442
    8A0284C0 EB42
    10.14.x
     
    Thanks to Pike R. Alpha, vit9696
    enjoy 
     
    ADD1
    if you want NVME icon patch
    com.apple.iokit.IONVMeFamily
    4885C074 07808B58
    4885C066 90808B58
     
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    Matgen84 reacted to ITzTravelInTime in TINU: The bootable macOS installer creation tool - Mac app   
    i am working on a TINU version with black mode support for macOS Mojave and also with some bug fix for that version, so here is how the application does currently looks like in dark mode, there are still some bugs and glitches that I am trying to fix, and the new Xcode 10 is still quite buggy for some things

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    Matgen84 reacted to arsradu in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    Uhm... no. The idea is that it should simply work with no other changes.
     
    YOU DO, however, need -lilubeta -alcbeta boot arguments.
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    Matgen84 reacted to arsradu in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    When Apple releases 10.14 final.  Basically when it won't be a Beta anymore.
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    Matgen84 got a reaction from ammoune78 in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    I just follow indications above by vit9696: "All in all: do not touch anything it will just work." And AppleALC 1.2.8 work fine with -lilubeta boot-args.
    What is difference with appleALC 1.2.8? Please.
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    Matgen84 reacted to SavageAUS in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    When can we expect full 10.14 support? Meaning without using boot args?
    Great work thus far.

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    Matgen84 reacted to arsradu in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    You have the changes posted above by vit9696.
     
    I just rebuilt it for people who needed those changes (and to make sure it doesn't break anything on my rig, which it doesn't). So, if you wanna give it a try, go ahead. Basically, the last build includes the latest changes. That's the difference between them.
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    Matgen84 reacted to vit9696 in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    This is correct. I replied on the changelog on github:
    https://github.com/vit9696/AppleALC/commit/74e99dc3a405b2f9d72add35c784339edb1e5322#commitcomment-29273586
    All in all: do not touch anything it will just work.
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    Matgen84 reacted to Pavo in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    Does this mean we need to change SSDT/DSDT patches or clover config to alc-layout-id?
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    Matgen84 reacted to Pavo in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    Think someone needs to explain this little more, because I changed layout-id to alc-layout-id in SSDT for HDEF device and this is what I get in IORegistry.

    alc-layout-id = 2
    apple-layout-id = 7
    layout-id = 7
    #scratcheshead
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    Matgen84 reacted to Pavo in [pre-release] macOS Mojave   
    Add -lilubetaall as a boot arg to your clover config.plist and use this new AppleALC kext
    AppleALC1.2.8.1.kext.zip
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    Matgen84 reacted to nmano in Clover General discussion   
    Apple update FirmwareFeatures & FirmwareFeaturesMask to 10.14
    FirmwareFeatures 0xFD0FF536
    FirmwareFeaturesMask 0xFF1FFF3F
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    Matgen84 reacted to ITzTravelInTime in TINU: The bootable macOS installer creation tool - Mac app   
    Now on my macOS Mojave hakintosh, i am setting up my developer equipment to port the TINU source code to xCode 10 and also to add some new mojave-specific features and also some bugfix, i want to implement dark mode in tinu as well, because an app to support the new dark mode, needs to be compiled with the new xcode and sdk
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    Matgen84 reacted to Sherlocks in [pre-release] macOS Mojave   
    remain only QE for HD 3000.
    except QE, all is working like HS.
    hope someone find solution
     
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    Matgen84 reacted to Slice in [pre-release] macOS Mojave   
    @all
    Did you notice there is old High Sierra picture? It is not Mojave picture.
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    Matgen84 got a reaction from arsradu in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    I do that.
     
    I use EFI/Clover/Kext/XX folder instead of S/L/E.
     
    Thanks
    Edit: all work fine on Mojave and High Sierra with your file (applealc 1.2.8) layoutID=1 as before. I think my files were badly compiled: I don't know why. Yet I copy well lilu before. 
    Thanks again
     
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    Matgen84 reacted to arsradu in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    1. Make a backup of AppleALC 1.2.7
    2. Replace it with AppleALC 1.2.8 (the one from my archive)
    3. Inject a layout ID (I tried both LayoutID 1 and LayoutID5) in Clover config.
    4. Add Boot Arguments: -lilubeta -alcbeta
    5. Restart.
     
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    Matgen84 reacted to arsradu in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    I'd say that worked out beautifully on ALC 1150. I'll test ALC 892 when I get home. But I'm pretty confident it will work, as well.
     
    This is with Layout ID 1 (which didn't work before). Also tried Layout ID 5 (which DID work with release 1.2.7, as well). Both work fine with this build.

     
    Also, AppleALC 1.2.8 (for whoever wants to test it) attached.
     
    Tested with Lilu v1.2.3 on both Mojito Beta and High Sierra.
    AppleALC 1.2.8.zip
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    Matgen84 reacted to gengik84 in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    download the new source for AppleALC and lilu
    Compile...
     
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    Matgen84 reacted to vit9696 in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    AppleALC now behaves differently in regards to layout-id submission to AppleHDA. Please check the changelog out:
    https://github.com/vit9696/AppleALC/blob/master/Changelog.md#v128
    Be aware that it needs to be compiled from source, will not land very soon, and may require some changes in GPU Fixup kexts to work with their codecs. Test with caution.
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    Matgen84 reacted to arsradu in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    Mmmm...careful with VoodooHDA. You need a VANILA/STOCK AppleHDA kext in order for AppleALC to work.
     
    If you used VoodooHDA, you need to uninstall it and revert to stock AppleHDA kext.
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    Matgen84 reacted to arsradu in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    Guys, I have a curiosity about this whole "no sound in Mojave with older layout IDs" issue.
     
    I was using Layout ID 1 ever since I started with my first hack. I never knew why 1. Why Layout ID 1. Now I started to understand more about it and actually I was always wondering why the hell do I have two "digital out" options with Layout ID 1. Funny is that my motherboard doesn't have Digital/Optical Output. So those were just options with no actual hardware to use. And it never bothered me.
     
    Now, I'm curious, is there a way to tell exactly which of those available layouts is the right for your actual motherboard? 
     
    That's a CLOVER issue. Update your Clover to at least version 4513.
     
    You can try a newer build of Clover from here.
     
    NOTE: Pay attention to the drivers section and only select the ones YOU KNOW are absolutely necessary FOR YOU. These unofficial builds (at least the ones downloaded from the git I gave you) have a lot more drivers than the official version. Choose carefully.
     
    Or, if you want something close to stock, I can compile Clover now and give you another version which should be pretty much the same as the official one.
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    Matgen84 reacted to arsradu in AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching   
    Try a fresh config.
     
    Also, take a look at Helipilot2's post above: 
    Maybe some of that can be applied to you.
     
    It worked perfectly fine for me by simply switching the injection in Clover config from Layout ID 1 to Layout ID 2 or 5. It's most likely gonna work with any of the supported layouts according to the Wiki page I posted above.
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