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Can we use nvram reset features for latest clover?

 

You can take whatever you want from there. You can start to merge all known variable  set by Clover here with mine, and list em all into GUI with checkbox / set a combo key for that.

 

He did not change the license, you can always merge downstream commits back upstream.

 

Please dont, Im afraid it will screwed up current Clover. Just take some with carefully while merging. Maybe including this hacky way to block individual kext from prelinked to help Rehabman.

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You can take whatever you want from there. You can start to merge all known variable  set by Clover here with mine, and list em all into GUI with checkbox / set a combo key for that.

 

 

Please dont, Im afraid it will screwed up current Clover. Just take some with carefully while merging. Maybe including this hacky way to block individual kext from prelinked to help Rehabman.

 

Lol, I didn't mean actually merge the commits into the current repo, I just meant that yes he can take downstream commits and implement them. Plus there would be no way to solve the merge conflicts since you are using a git repo and the official is svn, and yours is based off like 1000 revisions behind too, so yes that would be not good.

 

EDIT: Ok only like 500.

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Depends on expectations for what you mean by "works".

I think different people have different expectations for it.

 

If you implement audio with an AppleHDA injector (with symlink) + Clover patches, you would eventually run into a situation where you need "-f, rebuild cache, reboot," to restore lost audio. It is super common with that particular technique for implementing audio (which admittedly is a bit sketchy) and the -f flag (followed by rebuild caches) works every time to fix it. As for the "why", no certainty on it... Lack of time and interest... other things higher priority.

If you use some other method to implement audio, you would likely want "without caches" to do what it used to do, as you're probably looking to prevent a kext that is in cache from starting (because it is crashing), and of course that doesn't work in current macOS/OS X with Clover as written, but requires other methods to removoe the kernel cache or reset it.

I use a patched AppleHDA and also lose the sound after an update, but after rebuilding the cache and restart it works again without any boot flags.

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I use a patched AppleHDA and also lose the sound after an update, but after rebuilding the cache and restart it works again without any boot flags.

Yes, sometimes only a rebuild cache is needed.

Except when it doesn't work.

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Switch off Fusion drive then install High Sierra and then switch on Fusion drive again.

Sorry for the delay, I'm in a test week in college.

 

Would doing this make me lose all my files and programs? The intention would be to be able to upgrade from 10.13 to 10.13.1 and in future updates too, without starting from 0. If do not lose any files and programs, how can I do this turn off, turn on ? Command lines in the terminal?.

 

No! Don't mount the virtualized core storage volume, that gets you nowhere. Inspect the individual volumes on the disks themselves, they should have multiple partitions. That's why I said terminal, because Finder will only allow you to see the core storage volume. I believe there is a preboot volume that contains the actual loaders, they are in some weird named folders, they might have changed the folders. Your boot.log section where it says your disks/volumes would be nice too cause it should say in that as well.

I formatted the Fusion Drive. First I installed the updates on the notebook HD, then I cloned the HD image to Fusion Drive. Just this way I'm getting the system updated, the problem is that I lose all files and programs. But I had to do this to deliver a college project.

 

 

When I formatted it, I took some photos to try to solve the problem.

This is the correct path that OsxAptioFix2Drv takes to make the update successful (I took this picture when I updated the notebook's HD system)

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This is the path that OSXAptionFix takes to upgrade via Fusion Drive. So I guess it is not finding the installation location properly.

 

How do I fix this path? Is it possible to fix this in a future clover update?
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You should read the comment by fusion71au, a few back, it fully answers your question and how to solve it. I have no idea if it's fixed yet or not, it's weird that it would just stop working all the sudden because that's the same method that it was using previously so I'm not sure why it failed unless it had to do with another fix for the installer fusion71au sugguested.

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Clover r4295 build in High Sierra and Clover r4296 built in Sierra.

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Why is Sierra's list alphabetised but High Sierra is not?

 

I think this happens if you compile Clover in High Sierra with APFS file system.  My compile of Clover r4293 in High Sierra with HFS+ file system (attached to post#15271) is in alphabetical order ...

 

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i have strange behavior on High Sierra. I can't boot 10.13 os and installer, when aptiofixdrv2 start to override boot.efi the system shutdown and turn on.. No problem under sierra. Thanks in advance.

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i have strange behavior on High Sierra. I can't boot 10.13 os and installer, when aptiofixdrv2 start to override boot.efi the system shutdown and turn on.. No problem under sierra. Thanks in advance.

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Yes same result

Your system maybe falled in hibernate mode.

I experienced your result before. I already reported this. But there was no way to resolved this issue.

https://sourceforge.net/p/hibernationfixup/discussion/general/thread/93f601f6/

 

So i had to format HS partition in windows. Then i can boot any os disk(usb installer/recovery/other os partition). Clover always read nvram file when get gui. Nvram always included hibernation info. So you never boot any macos disk/partiton.

 

Maybe you need to upload preboot.log in your system.

 

According to this situtation, i suggested nvram reset funtion to avoid it in gui.

 

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Your system maybe falled in hibernate mode.

I experienced your result before. I already reported this. But there was no way to resolved this issue.https://sourceforge.net/p/hibernationfixup/discussion/general/thread/93f601f6/

So i had to format HS partition in windows. Then i can boot any os disk(usb installer/recovery/other os partition). Clover always read nvram file when get gui. Nvram always included hibernation info. So you never boot any macos disk/partiton.

Maybe you need to upload preboot.log in your system.

According to this situtation, i suggested nvram reset funtion to avoid it in gui.

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thi is my log

preboot.log.zip

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Your system maybe falled in hibernate mode.

I experienced your result before. I already reported this. But there was no way to resolved this issue.https://sourceforge.net/p/hibernationfixup/discussion/general/thread/93f601f6/

So i had to format HS partition in windows. Then i can boot any os disk(usb installer/recovery/other os partition). Clover always read nvram file when get gui. Nvram always included hibernation info. So you never boot any macos disk/partiton.

Maybe you need to upload preboot.log in your system.

According to this situtation, i suggested nvram reset funtion to avoid it in gui.

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problem solved!!!! i've deleted nvram.plist from sierra and high sierra is boot up!! Thank you all!!!

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@Sherlocks, ruki250,

 

You should always have EFI shell! So, if using emulating nvram, delete all the nvram.plist from every volume, if not, use the nvram variable commands and remove any variables that might be used by clover/macOS. And Sherlocks, implement that nvram variable reset, then no issue, you can add it in the options menu or even as a tool, but if you add it as a tool, remember that it must not be added if tool scan is disabled.


@Slice, When you'll upload the latest version that has the AMD Wake Fix?

 

Do you mean for AMD CPUs or for new AMD radeon GPUs? Because if you mean the latter, you can build the newest revision yourself, there are tools to do it for you. just go back to clover forum index, and look into the build clover command topic. If you mean the former, I don't think that's a thing....

 

EDIT: Eh, here's the topic, not sure why I didn't just link it.

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@Sherlocks, ruki250,

 

You should always have EFI shell! So, if using emulating nvram, delete all the nvram.plist from every volume, if not, use the nvram variable commands and remove any variables that might be used by clover/macOS. And Sherlocks, implement that nvram variable reset, then no issue, you can add it in the options menu or even as a tool, but if you add it as a tool, remember that it must not be added if tool scan is disabled.

I'm not friendly use EFI shell command. So i didn't use it to remove nvram.plist file in apfs partition. Like you said, EFI shell solution is one for my issue.

I will try to implement nvram reset in gui.

 

Thanks

 

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As usual at Friday.

good, noob question, How to let Clover auto detect and boot Linux partitions on different disks than mac disks?

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