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pjhartin

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  1. I've recently acquired a kernel that Bronya has been developing and I had wished to test it out on my system. I assumed the process of updating the kernel would follow the steps outlined here So I booted via USB into my macOS, deleted the existing kernel at macOS/System/Library/Kernels and replaced with the new kernel file, then deleted the existing PrelinkedKernels file too. Next I ran Kext Utility, and when it finished I rebooted. Upon booting into macOS again via clover on the drive, I ran Kext Utility again, just to be safe. Now, however, I no longer have any sound devices once booted and I am experiencing very long boot times, noting "kextd wait appleacpicpu" at the end of boot (see attached screenshot) Did I actually update the kernel correctly? Did I miss a step, or screw something up along the way? Thanks
  2. @neil43, So if I understand correctly, you managed to get virtualisation running on a Ryzen CPU? I've enabled virtualisation in my bios too, and disabled dart=0 but can't seem to get virtualisation working
  3. Hi guys, I'm successfully running Sierra 10.12.6 on Ryzen 1700 w/ Nvidia GFX but struggling to get virtualisation to play ball. I was wondering if anyone had any success in running a VM in High Sierra, using docker or virtual box etc. Even if you could try running this command to check if VMX is enabled on your systems? sysctl -a | grep machdep.cpu.features Source: http://kb.parallels.com/en/5653 Any responses would be appreciated!
  4. Hi guys, I'm successfully running Sierra 12.6 on Ryzen 1700 w/ Nvidia GFX but struggling to get virtualisation running. I have enabled virtualisation in the BIOS, Docker and other VM software running well under Ubuntu and Windows, but can't seem to get macOS to recognise. I was wondering if anyone had successfully enabled virtualisation, VT-x on an AMD powered hackintosh. I've removed the dart=0 boot flag but that didn't make a difference. I was hoping to use this as my daily driver dev machine to replace ubuntu, but without VM support I'm doomed. Thanks! I'd be interested to see if anyone had VMX enabled in their builds! If anyone could try running this command to check if VMX is enabled on your systems I would really appreciate it. sysctl -a | grep machdep.cpu.features Source: http://kb.parallels.com/en/5653 Any responses would be appreciated!
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