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hey! it works!! Thanks. I will try to install now and back here to report.

 

how goes it?

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i`ve finished the installation, but system wont boot. user opcode error.

i`ll try your kernel now @shaneee

Did you remove the problematic Extensions from S/L/E? If not then do 

 

 "opcode error"

It has a lot to do with incompatible drivers

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Any news @duduobicho ?

 

Try this kernel guys,

Instant reboot shaneee

 

Did you remove the problematic Extensions from S/L/E? If not then do 

Yes  removed.

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Boot with UseKernelCache=No and problematic kexts removed?

Yes !

i`m booting with    <key>CsrActiveConfig</key>

                              <string>103</string>
 
is that right?

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Yes !

i`m booting with    CsrActiveConfig

                              103
 
is that right?

 

 

 

yes this is correct

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Congrats for getting a kernel able to boot the installer so soon. You guys rock. Soon you'll be able to boot the actual OS, I'm certain.

 

O.T.: don't you find a little surprising, even shocking, that it can run on ARM? I do. That can signal an iPad Pro running macOS in the future, but also Apple experimenting with ARM processors for Macs, probably the ultraportable MacBook.

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It remains the error: "AMFI...." and "invalid user opcode..."

 

The "AMFI: allowing for exception handler 'logd'..." what does it mean?

 

Hi guys, i've tested those kernels too and i have the same errors,Spakk  i used the vanilla usb kexts so it's not the usbfix,i got the invalid user opcode and logd crashed too many corpses.I don't know if you can disable kernel logging on boot or if this is the cause of the invalid opcode.AMFI=AppleMobileFileIntegrity.kext and the daemon is  /usr/libexec/amfid It's a security policy that will not allow jailbroken IOS devices to connect to OSX it's there since yosemite but i don't know what this has to do with the kernel.

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Hi guys, i've tested those kernels too and i have the same errors,Spakk  i used the vanilla usb kexts so it's not the usbfix,i got the invalid user opcode and logd crashed too many corpses.I don't know if you can disable kernel logging on boot or if this is the cause of the invalid opcode.AMFI=AppleMobileFileIntegrity.kext and the daemon is  /usr/libexec/amfid It's a security policy that will not allow jailbroken IOS devices to connect to OSX it's there since yosemite but i don't know what this has to do with the kernel.

I have built a few kernels. I will test this at my system, if this works, so I will upload
 
Edit:
I just want to make sure I do not want to upload half-finished kernels, please a little patience
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I have built a few kernels. I will test this at my system, if this works, so I will upload

i'm ready for tests :)

 

 

Enviado do meu iPhone usando Tapatalk

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my last kernel that have just built, I get no problems with opemu.
I check on my hackintosh and will report :)

My installer makes problems

here are 5 test kernels without guarantee on functionality

 

 
Attached Files
 
Phenom.zip   3.97MB  
FX3.zip   4.07MB     
FX2.zip   3.97MB   
FX1.zip   3.97MB     
FX.zip   2.89MB  

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Also I notice that some users are getting opcodeemu errors on their system.

 

In particular the instruction are "pextrd" and "pextrq", belonging to SSE41.
So it might be necessary nowadays to add SSE41 to the opemu, not sure why that was removed

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0f 0b is the invalid opcode "ud2," clearly the OS was built with clang.

Sinetek,
The compiler gives me a warning:
 Unable to locate /Volumes/OSX_10-11-4_El_Capitan/XCODE_8.1/Xcode-beta.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/MacOSX.platform/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.12.sdk/usr/local/libexec/availability.pl (or not executable)
 
this makes me thoughtful

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Sinetek,
The compiler gives me a warning:
 Unable to locate /Volumes/OSX_10-11-4_El_Capitan/XCODE_8.1/Xcode-beta.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/MacOSX.platform/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.12.sdk/usr/local/libexec/availability.pl (or not executable)
 
this makes me thoughtful

 

No big deal I think.

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Also I notice that some users are getting opcodeemu errors on their system.

 

In particular the instruction are "pextrd" and "pextrq", belonging to SSE41.

So it might be necessary nowadays to add SSE41 to the opemu, not sure why that was removed

The opcode was changed by andy, bronya and tora chi, I can not tell you what the exact reasons were ..
 
I found your source,  :) I build a new kernel

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Congrats for getting a kernel able to boot the installer so soon. You guys rock. Soon you'll be able to boot the actual OS, I'm certain.

 

O.T.: don't you find a little surprising, even shocking, that it can run on ARM? I do. That can signal an iPad Pro running macOS in the future, but also Apple experimenting with ARM processors for Macs, probably the ultraportable MacBook.

Man, a iPad Pro with macOS... my brother always said that same thing, that a iPro with the full OS would be the {censored}, and a seeerious competition to the currently unbeatable Surface

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