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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    I think this is not a bug in Mojave - many real Mac users have no issue with menu bar translucency in Light Mode, the same with hackint0sh users.
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Even if the full installer is more meant for a clean install, you still can fully install your new copy over the current, it will simply reinstall (overwrite) all the system files but should not (in principle) delete your files/ folders/downloads. Yeah, it is very similar to what an update does, except that an update contains ONLY updated files. Just be sure to not use Disk Utility (DO NOT ERASE YOUR CURRENT macOS PARTITION), just ignore that step and go directly to the installation step (where it asks you to choose on which partition you want to install your os) and install your new copy on your current macOS partition and watch. Of course, I would suggest to make a save before (I will not be responsible if something turns wrong ) but know just that I already did it under HS (ML as well) and didn't lost any file (within my memories limits ). Please, forget what I wrote above - I didn't see you do not want to create an USB Installer. Sorry You should change the CatalogURL sudo /usr/sbin/softwareupdate --set-catalog [URL] Developer Program Members URL https://swscan.apple.com/content/catalogs/others/index-10.14seed-10.14-10.13-10.12-10.11-10.10-10.9-mountainlion-lion-snowleopard-leopard.merged-1.sucatalog.gz
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    Versions bêta : macOS 10.14

    4ème bêta... build 18A336e
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    macOS Mojave 10.14 beta 4 (18A336e)
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    @nmano If your CPU does not boot on 10.12, then why you want to bother with 10.14? Anyway, you still can check on AMD Development Kernel patch forum, they already bypassed Sierra/HSierra SSE4/4,1 check, so you should be able to boot Sierra/HSierra with that patched kernel. Or, check the 'Core2Duo/Quad on Mojave' method and see if you have such a file on ElCapitan and try to rollback it in Sierrra/HSierra/Mojave. No guarantee it will work or blow up your PC but that's what we call a hackint0sh, right?
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Yup, all kexts are loaded and already tried with IOAcceleratorFamily2.kext from 10.13, as I explained here and here I even tried with my DSDT but still nothing. It shows the full RAM but no QE/CI enabled. The funny thing is that I'm able to use Lilu's plugin NightShiftUnlocker, while it is not feasible if I have no QE/CI. So I guess I'm having just QE (which allows me to use it) but no CI.
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Unfortunately it didn't work. In fact my HD6770 is just a HD5770 rebranded so it does not even need more Device-ID injections that it needs (FakeID is plenty enough). The same for my HD4830. Thanks anyway.
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    [Tuto] QE_CI Exotic Patch via Clover

    Je mets ce topic à jour pour la sortie (encore en bêta version) de macOS Mojave. En faite, Apple a décidé, dans la dernière version majeur de son système d'exploitation favori, de supprimer (partiellement du moins) le support pour tous les Macs qui ont des GPU non-Metal (la nouvelle API propriétaire d'Apple) et de ce fait, de nombreuses cartes graphiques inférieurs aux HD7xxx ne fonctionnent pas, tout simplement parce qu'Apple a retiré les kexts. Après de nombreux retours (sur le site de MacRumors), j'ai décidé de me lancer et ça s'était avéré payant. En réalité, vous aurez juste besoin des kexts de High Sierra et vous pouvez appliquer les mêmes méthodes que j'avais déjà mis en place, çàd patch à la volé (dans mon cas ci-dessous) ou l'ajout du Device-ID manuellement (j'avoue que je n'avais pas encore essayé cette méthode mais je ne vois pas pourquoi elle ne fonctionnerait pas).
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Of course, I can try it but in my case, to make my HD6770 work on HS, I have to rollback kexts from Sierra to prevent black screen. And no, Clover's RadeonDeInit didn't help. And even like that, only Clover's FakeID worked, nothing else.
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Just in AMD5000Controller.kext & AMDRadeonX3000.kext, just what I need for my HD6770
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Unfortunately I did not be able to make my HD6770 work as well - I've tried in any way I know (manually Device-ID adding, Clover's patch on the fly, Clover's FakeID, kexts from HS, even from Sierra) but nada. I guess there's one or more other kexts in need to rollback from HS or Sierra, I do not know. I'll let it for the moment like it is right now (full QE/CI with HD4830) and maybe I'll (re)give a try later. EDIT: I didn't try with a DSDT injection but as Clover's FakeID does the same thing (and it does not work), I am doubtful.
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    HD6770 working in Lion but not El Capitan

    Hi. Check here, pls - Download and Install the same version as your ElCapitan
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    Let me retry with my HD6770 'cause I failed the first time... I want to try the same method as for my HD4830. The big deal it is to be sure that your needed kexts are in the kext cache. For that, boot in single user mode in first, give permissions for your kexts (chmod + chown bla bla), load them (kextload -v), then rebuild prelinked kernel (kextcache system-prelinked-kernel), then reboot. Now do your patch on the fly (boot with no_cache, patch your kexts [amd4800controller.kext and atiradeonx2000.kext in my case], check debug option) and it should be good. For my HD4830, the binary patch (atiradeonx2000.kext) is the same as for HS... take a look.
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    [pre-release] macOS Mojave

    No bro, I'm a bad guy, I do never such a thing! I'm joking, of course.
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    Versions bêta : macOS 10.14

    Et je crois qu'elle le fera.