Jump to content

eng_redaesm

Just Joined
  • Content Count

    37
  • Joined

  • Last visited


Reputation Activity

  1. Like
    eng_redaesm got a reaction from eSaF in iMark64   
    Fix RTC _STA` should be achieved by using SSDT patch provided in OpenCorePkg->Docs->AcpiSamples
  2. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to Ellybz in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    In case anyone was wondering...
    It is still possible to boot Big Sur with OpenCore NDK-059
    As long as you update the kexts, drivers, etc, and the elements below, you're good to go.
    In your config.plist:
    1-Disable AvoidRuntimeDefrag
    2-NVRAM/Add :
    7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82 : booter-fileset-basesystem / Data=0
    7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82 : booter-fileset-kernel / Data=0
    3 -NVRAM/Block ( String )
    7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82 : booter-fileset-basesystem
    7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82-: booter-fileset-kernel
    4- boot args: Lilubetaall (Not needed with RX580 )
     
    First part of installation was done via VMware Fusion / OSX Mojave ( Installer dowloaded thru Catalina Software update )
    Not working (Yet ) : Airplay & Sleep functions 
    BT, Audio ( except RME PCIe) , DP, TB3 are working. I don't use Wifi.
    Enjoy!
     

     
     
     
  3. Like
    eng_redaesm got a reaction from MorenoAv in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    We wish that  @n.d.k. is just busy by real life things and wishing him good health 
  4. Like
    eng_redaesm got a reaction from MorenoAv in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    We wish that  @n.d.k. is just busy by real life things and wishing him good health 
  5. Like
    eng_redaesm got a reaction from MorenoAv in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    We wish that  @n.d.k. is just busy by real life things and wishing him good health 
  6. Like
    eng_redaesm got a reaction from MorenoAv in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    We wish that  @n.d.k. is just busy by real life things and wishing him good health 
  7. Like
    eng_redaesm got a reaction from MorenoAv in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    We wish that  @n.d.k. is just busy by real life things and wishing him good health 
  8. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to n.d.k in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    Switch to use reset function from OC now, should solve your restart problem.
  9. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to n.d.k in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    Ok, it's UINTN now, you just have to change the Data type in Config.plist to Number instead to make thing simple.
     

     
     
    Set HideAuxiliary to TRUE, and set individually every custom entries/tools, which you want to be affected by the HideAuxiliary Switch to be Auxiliary (YES/NO). 
     
    Before all tools are hidden by default regardless of the auxiliary setting, with yesterday changes, they are now affected by the Auxiliary switch just like custom entries.
  10. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to n.d.k in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    I just re-ordered the keywords Arch, it should match now. Like LAbyOne said, all icns files from this fork and Clover are actually png files rename icns.  Since Clover already have a large number of icons in their themes.  I just use icns ext. to make it easy for people to just grab icons from Clover's themes.
  11. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to n.d.k in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    LOL...I meant the arrow cursor turned into a hand finger symbol..not your finger... . you got me laugh....thanks for that... 
  12. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to n.d.k in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    Latest commit has couple changes and required few more added icons, so check and update Icons folder accordingly.
     
    - Added Restart  and Shutdown buttons in the bottom. (Tab to cycle through them if no mouse).
    - All clickable icons are now recognized with a hand finger (lol) and activated with single left click. (Everything is single click now).
    - Hold down command and left click macOS entry will boot with -v argument (verbose).
    - Debian and Arch linux icons were added and will be recognized with Debian and Arch keywords in entry name.
     
     
     
  13. Like
  14. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to n.d.k in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    You don't use selector, what u expect? lol...just kidding..
     
    With the latest commit, the apha effect are dropped and no longer use in favor of rendering all icons at its original color when not selected and when selected, the color saturation will be increased to make the color look brighter and popped out.  See the different in color between selected and non-selected icon below:
     

  15. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to AlfredoM in [Pre-Release] macOS Catalina 10.15.4   
    Thanks @Sherlocks for the tip with the Kabylake CPU Intel i5 -7600 to use the Broadwell FakeCPUID ... FULL SUCCESS !!!
    I was able to continue with the 2nd phase of 10.15.4 Beta6 and successfully finish it.
    Why did Apple put it this way? why does the processor now have to run as Broadwell even though it is a Kabylake .. who knows details about that?
     
    So I have in the Clover 5106 (it will probably also work in earlier versions like 5103), I will test later, this only manually
    with textedit (like earlier from old school, do not need a Clover Configurator!):
     
    <key> KernelAndKextPatches </key>
    <dict>
    <key>FakeCPUID</key>
    <string>0x040674</string>
      und another Standard Options continue here
    <key>AppleIntelCPUPM</key>
    <false />
     
    My Hacki is an MSI B250 Mortar Board with i5-7600 CPU
     
    Just tested with earlier Clover 5103 works just as well with the entry of the FakeCPUID.
     
    I still have a 2nd Hacki with Skylake i5-6600 and MSI H110 ECO motherboard, my question, does anyone know what you
    can use for a fakeCPUID so that this 2nd Hacki boots Beta 6 again and the Beta6 is then full can install?
    Thanks for tips.
     
    UPDATE: Also runs with the same FakeCPUID on my 2nd Hacki with Intel i5-6600K. Is probably a universal fakeCPUID -
  16. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to n.d.k in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    Just rename the Label.png to No_label.png, but you don't have to do that anymore with latest commit, it's auto turn off for your low screen resolution.
  17. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to n.d.k in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    For low resolution, turn off the label "No_label.png" to fall back to the old style.
     
    PS. Latest commit will use old label style in middle by default for low res screen.
  18. Thanks
    eng_redaesm reacted to n.d.k in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    Eventually, some of these options are no longer needed/optional, such as:
     
    UIScale was there because of Icons was 128px by default and image quality of scaling up for 4k screen was affected. But now all icons are 256px by default, scaling up are no longer needed, and scaling down is not an option but mandatory since Icons will be too big for non 4k screen.
     
    Background.png is now auto scaled to fit the screen with the same aspect ratio if used, no size matching is required anymore, but preferably for quality. If background.png is not found, then background_color.png color sample will be used.  So there is no option needed here.
     
    Font.png and font_color.png work the same way as background, and can be changed according to user preference. 
     
    Selector.png is used if found else won't be used, simple as that, no option needed.
     
    Label.png is a background image for label under the icons, which will be used if found.
     
    Text scaling should not be an option since it will be too tiny/big to read for 4k/non screen, and will be auto scaling up/down based on screen resolution with reasonable proportion.
     
    Alpha setting will be a thing in the past and will not be used/optional.
     
    The reason for auto UIScaling based on screen resolution is simple, users don't have to change the UIScaling every times, a new monitor with different resolution is plugged in.
     
    The goal is no settings are needed, it just works!
  19. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to Sherlocks in [Pre-Release] macOS Catalina 10.15.4   
    seems we have to get hint from amd patch.
    i think we need kernel patch

    나의 SM-N960N 의 Tapatalk에서 보냄

  20. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to hacking2apple in VGA port working on macOS Catalina 10.15.3 with a Haswell desktop GPU (no adapter)   
    It's been known that there is indeed support for VGA in Coffe Lake and that support for prior iGPUs was deprecated as the VGA port was removed since Sierra. However, using port patches in Devices Properties (Open Core), I made the VGA port to work again with graphics acceleration.
    But there's a catch, the port is glitchy. Once macOS displays the accounts, you can see the Enter Password box with the blur effect. But after some seconds, the whole display will turn to another color (depends on the background). I'm not sure why that happens.
    I would suggest learning what are Ports, Connectors, Indexes, Types, and BusIDs before continuing, otherwise, you would get lost.
    These are the patches that are supposed to enable the VGA port according to the Whatevergreen Intel guide:
    06020000 02000000 30000000 // Option 1 06020000 01000000 30000000 // Option 2 None of those ports seem to work. The first problem is that the Index is 6, which does not make any sense as the Azul framebuffer only supports up to 3 Indexes (software ports). So we first have to change the Index for the VGA port on your motherboard, which is 2 (physical port is 0x06)) for me.
    So that means that the target port is the Index 2, which is 02040A00 00040000 87000000.
    bus-id 4 is for DP so we would change that to 2, which is VGA. That is according to what Hackintool says. I also proved other bus-ids but none of the other ones seem to work.
    I have no idea what pipe does so I just type zeros.
    I think pipe is basically another way group ports. So later I changed that to 10, which is 0A in hex. That means pipe remains the same as it was originally.  02020A00 01000000 87000000
    The next part is the connector-type, for which I used 02000000.
    I tried the VGA connector-types that Hackintool suggested but I noted some weird differences whereas 02000000 and 01000000 seem to work okay.
    Finally, I don't know what flags do so I tried with 30000000 and 87000000. The only difference is that with 87000000 I'd gain more seconds before the whole screen turns to another color.
     
    This is the final configuration:
    AAPL,ig-platform-id <0300220D> framebuffer-con1-alldata <02020A00 0100000 87000000> framebuffer-con1-enable <01000000> framebuffer-patch-enable <01000000> This is the video proof:
    https://i.imgur.com/bd6jtFh.mp4
     
    macOS Catalina 10.15.3
    Kexts: Whatevergreen 1.3.7
    Boot loader: OpenCore 0.5.6
    PC Specs:
    Intel Core i5 4460
    Intel HD Graphics 4600
    ECS H81H3-M4
    4GB RAM DDR3
    bd6jtFh.mp4
  21. Thanks
  22. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to Matgen84 in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    Hi @n.d.k
     
    Thanks for your themes 
     
    Below, a variation of the theme I sent you.

     

  23. Sad
    eng_redaesm got a reaction from Matgen84 in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    i used old font.png and the same font szie i think no difference  

     
    i need it like your old one  like this 

  24. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to n.d.k in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    You can use the old font just by copy the old font.png and use No_label.png to fall back to old style.
     
     
    There is a glitch somewhere with NdkBootPicker.efi not rendering new 4k theme's icons properly...hang on.  
     
    PS. Resolved with latest commit.
  25. Like
    eng_redaesm reacted to n.d.k in Customized OpenCore with additional features   
    4k resolutions default light/dark themes, including 256px icons made by me is available in github under Themes folder. Just copy the whole Icons folder from Light/Dark folder to replace the one in EFI\OC.  
     
    PS. Default theme are now using 256px icons and scaled down for non-4k resolution screen.
     

     

×