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@cecekpawon

 

While creating a new oz firmware I realized that someone removed the DXE dependency section from the Ozmosis.ffs

Was this intended to make KernextPatcher and Co. work together with Ozmosis?

 

btw.

To avoid the need of DevProp and EfiDevicePathPropertyDatabase, I stored the device properties to my dsdt/ssdt.

Now all the required stuff fits into my 64MB flash rom without removing anything :)

 

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Hello guys, it's been a long time, afaik now that 10.14.4 requires new kext injection method, DO I need to insert any new updates to my rom or it work just fine with the latest updates that came when Mojave was released ?

 

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On 2/16/2019 at 2:28 AM, uglyJoe said:

 

No EFI, no ROM but all files you need and a short guide how to add them to your firmware.

Ozmosis 167X-HD46.zip

 

@uglyJoe

 

I have created a new GA-Z97-D3H ROM with your files. Sierra and High Sierra also runs with my GTX 650 TI graphics card but the internal HD 4600 does not work.

I only replaced the 'Raw section" of OzmosisDefaults with my OzmosisDefaults.plist.

 

....

<key>DisableIntelInjection</key>
        <false/>
        <key>DisableNvidiaInjection</key>
        <true/>

<key>AAPL,ig-platform-id</key>
        <integer>220332035</integer>

....

 

Otherwise I did not make any changes.

 

I do not have to change the DarBoot.plist and KernextPatcher.plist right? They are up to date.
But I think I may have to change the DevProp.plist with my values to run the HD4600.

I don't know what I have to change in DevProp.plist to patch the HD 4600.  Where can I get the values from?

Or I have fundamentally done something wrong.

Or do other things have to be changed, such as DSDT?

 

Maybe you could help me and build me a ROM for testing. Here is my original ROM.

 

 

 

Z97D3H.F9

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@witjojo

 

Ozmosis-HD46 does not inject any device properties. You can do this with DevProp or via DSDT/SSDT.

I add DevProp to your firmware, check if the path is correct for your system

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
	<key>DeviceProperties</key>
	<dict>
		<key>PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x2,0x0)</key>
		<dict>
			<key>AAPL,ig-platform-id</key>
			<data>AwAiDQ==</data>
			<key>device-id</key>
			<data>EgQAAA==</data>
		</dict>
	</dict>
	<key>Preferences</key>
	<dict>
		<key>Debug</key>
		<false/>
		<key>Off</key>
		<false/>
		<key>SaveLogToFile</key>
		<false/>
		<key>SaveLogToDeviceTree</key>
		<false/>
		<key>SaveLogToNvram</key>
		<false/>
	</dict>
</dict>
</plist>

For further testing, you can put your own to /Volumes/EFI/EFI/DevProp.plist

 

Defaults.plist is for iMac14.1, best way change this is 'extract -> edit -> replace'  or put your own to ESP.

 

 

Z97D3H_OZ-HD46.F9

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Check PCI path for your igpu with gfxutil 

iMac:~ me$ ./gfxutil -f IGPU
DevicePath = PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x2,0x0)

Did you activate your igpu from your firmware setup ?

 

Edit:

First you you need a working setup with your IGPU and High Sierra

So perform the obligatory steps

- Enable IGPU

- Set 32MB and MAX

- ...

- maybe remove your Nvidia temporary 

 

Did you made your firmware by your self?

If not, you have to check DSDT/SSDT for applied patches that are non-cooperative.

 

Edited by uglyJoe

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15 minutes ago, uglyJoe said:

Did you activate your igpu from your firmware setup ?

 

From witjojos log, no. The class for gpu should be: 0300XX / 0380XX. Only his nvidia were detected.

Place "pci.ids" on "\EFI\pci.ids" to get more devices description in log.

 

21 hours ago, uglyJoe said:

While creating a new oz firmware I realized that someone removed the DXE dependency section from the Ozmosis.ffs

Was this intended to make KernextPatcher and Co. work together with Ozmosis?

 

Try to manually rebuild Ozmosis ffs by adding missing depex, take from this script as example.

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@cecekpawon

 

it's missing in all XMAX I found so far.

I extract the dependency form XMAS and put it in HD46 already, but I didn't tested it yet.

Was waiting for your answer, to go ;)

 

 

Edit: Done, all fine.

Ozmosis HD46 with DXE dependency section:

 

Ozmosis-HD46+DXE.zip

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On 1/8/2019 at 5:35 PM, cecekpawon said:

I guess you will need AudioDxe.ffs and BootChimeDxe.ffs, which not provided by developer yet.

Go extract file in attachment to test (warning: i have not test my self, please use at your own risk).

 

As I mentioned above, BootChimeDxe will have super size to embed, since they have default sound inside binary.

And Im too lazy to reapply my previously diffs.

 

[!] Also experienced boot hang with my Aptiofix with latest commit, could be caused by overridden ExitBS in BootChimeDxe, not sure here.

 

* I have made a new driver to work with AudioDxe here which similar to BootChimeDxe, I think ;)))

 

FIRMWARE.Fv.zip

Hello,

Can give it to I?  Driver BeepBeep.ffs

Thank you

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17 hours ago, uglyJoe said:

@Tusskan

 

If this is your current setup "Ozmosis Bootloader v167X-MASS | High Sierra 10.13.1you must update your Ozmosis to the XMAX version and add the KernextPatcher with a recent configuration. If you have Intel HD4600 active, you may have to dig a little deeper and read from here ...

I have updated my rom when Mojave entered drop the current sig cause I haven't updated it since too long, but how about the new 10.14.4 Do I need to add anything or it is just fine right now I'm on Mojave 10.14.3 with supplemental update running fine without any problem. I don't want to risk updating to beta. 

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10 minutes ago, Tusskan said:

I have updated my rom when Mojave entered drop the current sig cause I haven't updated it since too long, but how about the new 10.14.4 Do I need to add anything or it is just fine right now I'm on Mojave 10.14.3 with supplemental update running fine without any problem. I don't want to risk updating to beta. 

 

There are new kernel patches for 10.14.4 ... but I am also on 10.14.3

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@qutongming

 

Wrong LOL. The easiest way you may use BootChimeCfg to configure devicepath, port and also volume. BeepBeep will able to read BootChimeCfgs saved config. Leave those properties in plist empty (or add some prefix to comment out / just simply delete it). For audio filepath, just rename and place your audio file in “\EFI\BeepBeep.wav” (default audio filepath), or embed it into ffs as a raw section.

 

Edited by cecekpawon

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20 hours ago, uglyJoe said:

Check PCI path for your igpu with gfxutil 


iMac:~ me$ ./gfxutil -f IGPU
DevicePath = PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x2,0x0)

Did you activate your igpu from your firmware setup ?

 

Edit:

First you you need a working setup with your IGPU and High Sierra

So perform the obligatory steps

- Enable IGPU

- Set 32MB and MAX

- ...

- maybe remove your Nvidia temporary 

 

Did you made your firmware by your self?

If not, you have to check DSDT/SSDT for applied patches that are non-cooperative.

 

 

@uglyJoe

Ok - First i removed my Nvidia and activate my IGPU in my firmware setup.

...Did you made your firmware by your self? ... I used the ROM you created for me before.

I also deactivated my DSDT.

When i boot Sierra or Mojave it stops at the boot with the "IGPU" message.

Then I start windows to see if there are logs in the EFI partition from the boot. But there are no logs.

Why Windows? Because it is not possible to boot in any Apple system with the HD4600.
And when I start again with Nvidia the logs will be overwritten or recreated. That happened to me before.
So no logs are created. Why? Or is that still too early in the phase when booting?

 

And how should I run

./gfxutil -f IGPU

if I can not start a system with the HD4600?

See pictures

 

@cecekpawon

What you mean with? .... Place "pci.ids" on "\EFI\pci.ids" to get more devices description in log.

 

678691234_FirmwareSetup.thumb.JPG.2a3a8bac148d66a10241254ba5716af2.JPG

Sierra.JPG

Mojave.JPG

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@uglyJoe

First of all thanks for your effort in this thread in the last period of time!

 

10.14.4 patches can be found here as well: 

Have you analysed the effect of KxldUnmap on Ozmosis? Does a race condition appear in the mentioned case without the use of the patch?

 

The missing DXE Dependency section was not really intended. XMAX was released as a beta only and during testing no problems appeared when DXE Dep was missing (which doesnt really justify leaving it out though). After the Beta-Release I did some tests with readded DXE Dep as well (also regarding HD4600) but couldn't detect any advantage so I decided it was not worth updating all the ROMs again because of that. IMHO with the recent updates on HD4600 and all the drivers now commonly used in XMAX roms etc. DXE Depex should be rewritten (if even possible, probably no without source/inf and dsc) to ensure Ozmosis is loading at the intended time, I don't know if that is possible though, you are free to look into that if you want to :)

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