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  1. AntarcticP

    AMD Vanilla Kernel

    Hi Carlo_67 I'm having exactly the same problem. My USB2 ports are not working, USB3 is. Managed to install 10.14.4 by switching the USB installer from USB2 to USB3 during the boot. But I do have reboot after accepting the Licence agreement. Due to the USB errors that keep scrolling over the screen, I cannot make it to save boot (using -s) to follow these instructions: https://forum.amd-osx.com/viewtopic.php?t=5902 I'm stuck ... no mojave so far ...
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    AMD Vanilla Kernel

    Thanks XLNC! Works great!
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    AMD Vanilla Kernel

    Sure Shaneee, was aware of the build strings, but out of curiosity tested the update. Even added the MatchBuild code (17G7024) to the Clover patches, but kernel has changed so not working. So, I'm hoping that AlGrey and XLNC can test new patches. best
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    AMD Vanilla Kernel

    Just updated my High Sierra install with Security Update 2019-003, assuming that the 'vanilla patches' would work. That's unfortunately not the case. So be aware. @Algrey, can you fix this? thanks!
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    AMD Vanilla Kernel

    Bought me a Sapphire Nitro+ RX580 graphical card. Works well under High Sierra (changed my framebuffer to Orinoco in Clover, not using Lilo or Whatevergreen). So I did a clean 10.14.4 installation on a spare HD, but have some issues: - getting a lot of USB errors during installation (appleusbhostcontroller::hardwareexceptionthreadcallgated) --> when swithing from USB2 to USB3 port during installation I managed to get my USB installer passing on. I've tried all possible combinations of kexts (USBinjectall, GenericUSBXHCI, ...), but did not do the PMHeart changes in Clover. Any help is welcome here, how can this be solved? - Mojave boots well with the Algrey plist changes (so using vanilla kernel), but after the Analytics screen it crashes and reboots (same as here: https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/337467/mojave-install-froze-on-analytics-successful-force-reboot-but-did-it-miss-an). Any ideas how to solve this? thanks!
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    AMD Vanilla Kernel

    Hi again I believe iMessage and FaceTime could be working, because I get a code to contact Apple by phone. Never got this before. Must be that I've tried to many times with my previous installation with the altered AMD kernel. I'm hesitant to phone Apple, but read that a lot of other hackintoshers already did successfully. I might give it a try. Most apps are also working, very stable. uTorrent is not working, crashes when opened.
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    AMD Vanilla Kernel

    Hi Algrey, Shaneee I think this is an incredible step forward for the AMD community! Congrats! I am testing with my AMD FX CPU (8350) and it works on my 10.13.6 installation (17G6030, updated with 2019-002 updater). Copied in all patches in my working config.plist. iMessage indeed works, but FaceTime and Siri are not. Will check further. Will not be able to test 10.14.4 because my GPU (ATI Radeon HD 6870) is not supported anymore. Thanks and keep up the good work!
  8. I did succeed in updating my 10.13.6 system with the Security Update 2018-002 using the rp and kextcache command and replacing kernel with Shaneees 10.13.6 kernel, system.kext and IONetworkingFamily.kext. Not sure what went wrong previously and whether it is really needed to replace these two kexts.
  9. Anyone tried the Security Update 2018-002 for 10.13.6? It ships with a new kernel. I've tried on a cloned copy of my running 10.13.6 system, replaced the kernel with Shaneees latest and IONetworkingFamily.kext, but the prelinkedkernel is not building.
  10. System running now stable for over an hour on 10.13.6 on my AMD FX 8350. Seems that it had nothing to do with the kexts in my previous post. I have updated Clover to the latest version (4700) and deleted a busratio=20 flag that I was using in 10.13.3. That did the trick. thanks a lot Shaneee for this kernel!!!
  11. Now tried with the 3 kext you provided. getting this: ------------ Can't use AppleBusPowerController.kext - not linked. Prelink failed for com.apple.iokit.IOUSBHostFamily; omitting from prelinked kernel. Can't use IOUSBHostFamily.kext - not linked. Prelink failed for com.apple.driver.KernelRelayHost; aborting prelink. Failed to generate prelinked kernel. Child process /usr/sbin/kextcache[681] exited with status 71. -------------- System does boot, typing this from 10.13.6, as it did yesterday. Will inform you if it crashes again.
  12. Hi Shaneee, tried the combo updater and your video tutorial (thanks!) on my backup drive. Unfortunately the kextcache command gives me 2 errors: ----------- Can't use AppleBusPowerController.kext - not linked. Prelink failed for com.apple.iokit.IOUSBHostFamily; omitting from prelinked kernel. Can't use IOUSBHostFamily.kext - not linked. Prelink failed for com.apple.driver.KernelRelayHost; aborting prelink. Failed to generate prelinked kernel. Child process /usr/sbin/kextcache[1299] exited with status 71. ----------- System is working for some minutes, but then reboots randomly.
  13. Hi Shaneee I've waited for a long time to update from the good old Bronya kernel, but now tested your t10 kernel. I'm positively surprised, scores are really good. Video/audio sync is perfect in youtube movies, which was not the case with the Bronya kernel. And more important: sleep finally works perfectly! Still tricky: shut down. I'm using FixShutdown and Halt Enabler in Clover Acpi options. Shutdown works after deleting GenericUSBXHCI.kext from S/L/E. Now using USBInjectAll.kext in the Clover/kexts folder, but my USB3 ports are not working. Promising evolution! I hope Apple will post latest kernel source soon, so we can update to 10.13.6. Keep up the good work
  14. Thnx, but indeed prelinkedkernel will not rebuild. Also not with the kexts replaced. So I did the trick by replacing the prelinkedkernel with one from my main 10.13.3 system. It boots, USB is working this time (thanks to the USB kexts above), but my screen boots to blank. I'm using DisplayPort connector. Will retry with HDMI.
  15. Hi Shaneee I've checked the versions/dates/size of the kexts you mentioned, but they are all the same from 10.13.3 to 10.13.4. So I don't think it is necessary to roll them back. I tested this on my test partition which I updated to 10.13.4 and same result as before. With your 17.4 kernel it does boot to login screen, but still need to solve the USB problem (thnx @tikizondo94).
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