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.
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.
Clover is a complicated bootloader. Enoch bootloader is the best for my Rampage MOBO with LGA2011. I love you guys for your great work to keep updating this bootloader and keep our hackintosh alive with High Sierra.
I am so glad someone is still maintaining Chameleon. Hopefully I can get some time to work on some helpful documentation, it's been a long time since we last had a documentation flush out and with so many new features and abilities its sure to take some time to write it all out!
Thanks again for this "TouchOfMagic"..Just updated to Sierra my main SSD from El Capitan. I was going mad for the black screen I was getting. It was my fault. Wrong SMbios. Changed to IMac 14.2 and bang it works perfectly now.
Ciao I just would like to let you know that thanks to Enoch and the work of the stuff here my super old custom built hackintosh with a P5BW-LA mobo (Basswood-socket 775) is up and running El Capitan (beta 2 update).. Thanks
Hi, I could eventually install El Capitan with Enoch and boot. Now I must fix all the issues (my own system related) but I wanted to let you know I succeeded in using it as a bootloader on my build. Thanks