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  1. I managed to get a legacy install of clover with Sierra. This allowed me to use a custom resolution. I created a clover boot drive by following the guide for EFI booting and creating a Sierra VM (limited to the GOP modes). I then created a second virtual drive in virtualbox of about 1GB and attached it to the EFI Sierra. I used the clover installer to install legacy clover on the second drive I made. Then, I used the config.plist provided in the original clover guide, with the following modification to bypass the "zone_init: kmem_suballoc failed" issue: under SMBIOS I added <key>Memory</key> <dict> <key>Modules</key> <array> <dict> <key>Slot</key> <integer>0</integer> <key>Size</key> <integer>(Memory assigned in virtualbox)</integer> </dict> </array> </dict> Then, I created new vm with the same settings as in the original post, however I disabled EFI. I also removed the clover drive from the EFI virtual machine and added it to the new virtual machine. I booted from the 1GB clover drive and selected the Sierra ISO, made in the original post, in Clover. I installed Sierra to the hard disk I made when I made the machine. When it had finished, I closed virtualbox and ran the command, VBoxManage setextradata VmName "CustomVideoMode1" 1920x1080x32" to set the resolution to 1920x1080. I left the machine booting from the clover drive, but clover could be installed on a partition of the macOS drive, if one so wished. config.plist.txt
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