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Ok but 16: 9 active in full off mode screen.
 
 
Please elaborate on adding more
 
memory for the graphics monitor, by default it is set to 3 mb.
 
I also ask for information where I can check whether the memory allocation
 
operating in the menu VM> settings> display - on the screen you can see that I have
 
allocated 2 GB of RAM for the graphics card, and the selected mode
 
3D acceleration. 3D acceleration is not supported in this guest operating system.
 
Only in macOS Sierra 10.12.6 is not supported or in all
 
MacOS Maveric, MacOS Yoesmite, MacOS ElCapitan,?
 
Yours sincerely, Łukasz Rozalewicz

 

On the first pic you can see that 3D accel is not supported therefore it is irrelevant how many amount of graphics memory you define it will have no influence on the virtual machine. Deal with it.

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On the first pic you can see that 3D accel is not supported therefore it is irrelevant how many amount of graphics memory you define it will have no influence on the virtual machine. Deal with it.

 

Sierra 10.12.6 does not support 3D acceleration.
 
And which other system from Apple supports 3D acceleration in Vmare Workstation?

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None. Please stop asking the same question as the answer is the same. We cannot enable 3D acceleration for Apple Mac OS X/macOS in VMware Fusion/ Workstation/Player.

 

Ok thanks for the quick reply to my post

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VMware 14 - I have an error "Dictionary problem" when I use a physical disk with installed macOS High Sierra with HFS+ File System :/ With virtual vmdk disk macOS works fantastic (APFS).

 

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Attachments are here (Error You aren't permitted to upload this kind of file): https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1_R2RoVy6uST0Z5NWpvOGFMRE0

Are you sure this problem is related to the patch? From the admittedly-little research I have done, this is typically a snapshot-related issue (see https://communities.vmware.com/thread/440046). This is obviously an virtual machine from an older VMware version (as indicated by the presence of an "Upgrade this virtual machine" option in the UI), so it's possible that something may be wrong with the VM itself. Try creating a new VM but using your existing VMDK file. If you have snapshots, you will have to look in to  how to move them if that is something you want to do. I have no experience with migrating a VM with snapshots, so I really do not know how the process works.

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Quick update - code for Windows and Linux Workstation and Player now tested and appears OK. Still some issues on ESXi which are currently being worked on.

 

UPDATE - I think everything is now done. I will build a release tomorrow.

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Ah! So many problems! If I take over this project from Donk, I am going to have to come up with a better way of handling issue reports because there is just too much going on here.

Is there a good reason why we don't use the issue system available on GitHub?

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I do not know. You will have to ask Donk about that one.

 

I was being spammed by lots of help me please requests and will give money for help, and very few actual issues. The unlocker is about the 4th generation of tools to do this and it all started here when I frst released somethign back in  2008. So I have trusted helpers here who have helped out over the years.

 

Anyway the git repo will be going once I hve handed the project over and everyone and David-B can decide how to move forward with this.

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I have submitted the release to the moderators for release. Please note I decided to call it 2.1.0 as it no longer supports 6.0 only 6.5. For ESXi 6.0 users stick to 2.0.8.

 

I am starting a new thread for this release as soon as I have the download link for 2.1.0.

 

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/328285-macos-unlocker-21-for-vmware-workstation-111214-player-71214-fusion-7810-and-esxi-65/

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Here's something:

 

I have updated my ESXi 6.5 installation to build number 6765664 and now I am able to select "Mac OS" (up to 10.12) as a guest OS when creating a new virtual machine.

 

This was quite unexpected since I have never patched my ESXi 6.5 installation with the unlocker.

 

(ASRock EP2C602 mainboard)

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Here's something:
 
I have updated my ESXi 6.5 installation to build number 6765664 and now I am able to select "Mac OS" (up to 10.12) as a guest OS when creating a new virtual machine.
 
This was quite unexpected since I have never patched my ESXi 6.5 installation with the unlocker.
 
(ASRock EP2C602 mainboard)

 

I warmly welcome
 
Please help with trouble displaying artifacts in macOS Sierra
 
10.12.5.
 
I have detailed information on how to remove display arefacts
 
on the MacOS Sierra 10.12.5 Desktop screen?
 
I found some guides on YouTube:
 
 
Please ask for information about this guide:
 
 
I attach to this post screenshots from my BIOS menu.
 
I am asking very kindly to write if there is an option to turn off
 
nvidia Geforce GT525m graphics card in my BIOS menu?

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I warmly welcome
 
Please help with trouble displaying artifacts in macOS Sierra
 
10.12.5.
 
I have detailed information on how to remove display arefacts
 
on the MacOS Sierra 10.12.5 Desktop screen?
 

 

Please start a new topic with this question. It is not directly related  to the unlocker.

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Please start a new topic with this question. It is not directly related  to the unlocker.

Ok thanks for your post

 

When is the official version 2.0.9 unlocked?

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Please start a new topic with this question. It is not directly related  to the unlocker.

When is the official version 2.0.9 unlocked on this forum ?

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I have the same version of ESXi running. Glad to hear that your VMs are working fine (past posts on this thread indicates  thateven non-MacOS VMs wouldn't start after installing unlocker but I believe that was with unlocker 2.0.8, not 2.0.9). What I really would like to know is whether you have a Mac OS VM running on ESXi, and if you don't, would you be willing to install one? Thanks for any info.

I'm sorry for not responding sooner...

Somehow I missed the notification...

 

 

Anyhow, I'm running 6-8 VMs on this Host, including one OSX:

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Hello,

 

I've set up a VM running Mac OS High Sierra on a Ubuntu 16.04 host (VMWare). Everything works well except for connecting an iOS device (tried both iPad and iPod Touch) via USB forwarding. When the device is connected, the guest freezes for about 30 seconds. When it unfreezes, the device is visible in the device list (under the USB 2.0 hub), but software in the guest (Xcode, iTunes) do not recognize the device. Unplugging the iOS device after this point causes the device to crash and reboot. Both dmesg and system.log on the guest look clean after the freeze occurs.

 

I've read a number of other posts online about this issue and tried various solutions, but none have worked. Things I've tried:

 

1. Using USB 1.1 or 2.0 in the VM settings (instead of 3.0)

2. Enabling VM quirks mode (skip-reset, skip-refresh, skip-setconfig)

3. Upgrading the guest OS to the latest Mac OS version, and upgrading iTunes

4. Upgrading the iOS device to the latest iOS version

5. Disabling usbmuxd on the host

6. Using a different USB port and different USB cable

7. Upgrading to Workstation 14 and Unlocker 2.1.1 with latest VMWare Tools

 

Here are the versions of my software:

 

VMWare Workstation 14.1.0 (also tried 12.5.8)

iOS 11.2.1 (also tried 10.3.2)

Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.2 (also tried 10.13.0)

iTunes 12.7.2.60

Ubuntu 16.04.2

libimobiledevice6 1.2.0

 

Looking for any pointers or hints anyone can provide as to what might be the problem. I'd love to dig deeper into this but I'm trying to figure out the right direction to look.

 

EDIT: Here is another post regarding the same issue: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/322397-macos-sierra-freeze-under-vmware-1215-when-ios-device-plugged/

EDIT2: Original post was based on Workstation 12.5.8 and Unlocker 2.0.8. Have since upgraded to 14 and 2.1.1 but issue persists.

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Hello :D The Unlocker breaks the VMWARE 14. I get the error that vmware cant connect to the virutal machine. But when i repair Vmware i can boot High Sierra. At least the apple logo appears before it stucks in a bootloop

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Hello :D The Unlocker breaks the VMWARE 14. I get the error that vmware cant connect to the virutal machine. But when i repair Vmware i can boot High Sierra. At least the apple logo appears before it stucks in a bootloop

 

You are looking for this thread: Unlocker 2.1 for VMWare 14

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I'm trying to install using VMware workstation 12 player and I'm getting an errno 22.  I also have VMworkstation 9 installed on my computer so I'm not sure if that's messing anything up.  
Any ideas?

 

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I just tried this on VMWare Player 14.1.1 running on Ubuntu 18.04 and got this:

 

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GOS Patching: /usr/lib/vmware/lib/libvmwarebase.so.0/libvmwarebase.so.0
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "./unlocker.py", line 413, in <module>
    main()
  File "./unlocker.py", line 404, in main
    patchbase(vmwarebase)
  File "./unlocker.py", line 283, in patchbase
    f = open(name, 'r+b')
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/usr/lib/vmware/lib/libvmwarebase.so.0/libvmwarebase.so.0'

 

 

I don't know if the file name of the library should be twice (as shown), but I don't see Mac OS X in my Player as one of the options.

 

Thanks

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      TimBok:~ tim$ sudo /Users/tim/Desktop/VMware/unlock-all-v120/osx/install.sh Password: VMware Unlocker 1.2.0 =============================== Copyright: Dave Parsons 2011-13 Patching... /Users/tim/Desktop/VMware/unlock-all-v120/osx/install.sh: line 12: ./Unlocker.OSX: No such file or directory TimBok:~ tim$ I need to know what I can do here to get rid os this issue and run the VM.
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