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i would ask TheKing or bsod they are the devs for ozmosis the ozmosis thread

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the code seems fine

i downloaded the config from here and i manually added the section from here

no data was lost.

 

do you still have the affected plist?

also, can you try to fully clear your browser cache, please? a lof of files were changed in the cce bank commit.

 

PS: meanwhile, i added the new sip flag.

 

thanks

i do not still have the affected defaults.plist but i asked bs0d to post a master Defaults.plist in oz thread it may help solve some issues. thx for updating.

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I hope CCE Bank does match your idea

 

Nice idea, thanks! Maybe you want to update your system requirement readme with +SQL?

Its hard to maintaining both 1st page & repos readme. I hope single link refer to official repos readme should be enough?

 

also, can you try to fully clear your browser cache, please?

 

Could you tell me what exact browser cache problem here, when & where? By adding some unique hash to url stlll cannot fix this problem?

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Nice idea, thanks! Maybe you want to update your system requirement readme with +SQL?

Its hard to maintaining both 1st page & repos readme. I hope single link refer to official repos readme should be enough?

 

Could you tell me what exact browser cache problem here, when & where? By adding some unique hash to url stlll cannot fix this problem?

 

You are right :P

updated.

 

I prefer to keep the readme as small as possible so it s easier to read, i added a link to this thread.

 

 

The browser usually saves css, html, js etc.. locally, and sometimes the cache is not updated, or at least it may requires some time (according to your browser, browser settings, usage).

 

Cce heavily rely on js, so, if your browser mix new stuff and old stuff, cce may not work as expected (especially if there are a lot of changes).

 

thanks

<link rel="stylesheet" href="../style/css/cce.css?id=hash">
<script data-rocketsrc="../style/js/index.js?id=hash" type="text/rocketscript"></script>

What Im trying to purpose is: By appending "?id=hash" into your url assets. "Hash" can be your commit id, current date or anything as long its unique & auto generate after each updates.

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you might not be able to do this but if users are using MacPro smbios they need to omit any extra firmware related stuff to skip the board/ecc ram checks, here is an example of how to do it so it skips checks.

Defaults.plist.zip

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you might not be able to do this but if users are using MacPro smbios they need to omit any extra firmware related stuff to skip the board/ecc ram checks, here is an example of how to do it so it skips checks.

 

so, no fw features, features mask and fw revision?

 

cce does not know if you will use that config in 10.12 or 10.13 so i cannot delete your settings if you are using a macpro.

 

i could add a new setting that will delete and disable any fw field, if you think this is a good solution.

 

OT:

the ProcessorSerial key is new to me.

is it a plain copy of SystemSerial?

 

thanks

 

 

latest SMBIOS datas by Sherlocks are online.

so, no fw features, features mask and fw revision?

 

cce does not know if you will use that config in 10.12 or 10.13 so i cannot delete your settings if you are using a macpro.

 

i could add a new setting that will delete and disable any fw field, if you think this is a good solution.

 

OT:

the ProcessorSerial key is new to me.

is it a plain copy of SystemSerial?

 

thanks

 

 

latest SMBIOS datas by Sherlocks are online.

 

above file, oz file? i think oz also has fw features, features mask in source. 

clover now use fw features, features mask regardless of model when booting. macpro6,1 too.  not sure whether macpro6,1 acutally need these keys or not

 

i think your cce is no problem in clover.

 

add. thank you for smbios update

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If i understood correctly the macpro cannot boot 10.13 if you set the fw stuff (ozmosis only), so the clover side should be fine.

Hello, if you open through CCE config.plist then the structure breaks down:

before:


<key>Arbitrary</key>

<array>

<dict>

<key>Comment</key>

<string>Inject Intel HD properties</string>

<key>CustomProperties</key>

<array>

<dict>

<key>Key</key>

<string>AAPL,ig-platform-id</string>

<key>Value</key>

<data>

AAASWQ==

</data>

</dict>

</array>

<key>PciAddr</key>

<string>00:02.00</string>

</dict>

</array>


 

after:


<key>Arbitrary</key>

<array>

<dict>

<key>Comment</key>

<string>Inject Intel HD properties</string>

<key>CustomProperties</key>

<array>

<dict>

<key>Key</key>

<string>AAPL,ig-platform-id</string>

<key>Value</key>

<integer>1259</integer>

</dict>

</array>

<key>PciAddr</key>

<string>00:02.00</string>

</dict>

</array>

The video card stops working, correct this bug.

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  • 2 weeks later...

taking a little break...

 

@ctich

fixed

 

@Sherlocks

what is the type of ChassisType? int or hex?

 

thanks

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  • 4 weeks later...

A major update to cce bank is coming the next month.

 

Unfortunately, public configs from bank 1.0 are not compatible.

Please save your configs locally or pm me to update your old config.

 

A tool to update your private configs will be available soon.

 

No more breaking changes should happen in future updates.

 

Thanks

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