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@Sherlocks, you didn't provide me with a full log, I don't see the first call of FakeBrcm::init, FakeBrcm::start.

And the last lines for AirportBrcmFixup:

2018-08-05 17:49:41.602104+0900  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) AirportBrcmFixup:  BRCMFX @ (DBG) start is called, service name is AirPort_BrcmNIC, provider name is ARPT
2018-08-05 17:49:41.602113+0900  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) AirportBrcmFixup:  BRCMFX @ (DBG) brcmfx-country in ioreg is set to #a

 

It means everything is OK, driver started!

What happened later?

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[mention=980913]Sherlocks[/mention], you didn't provide me with a full log, I don't see the first call of FakeBrcm::init, FakeBrcm::start.
And the last lines for AirportBrcmFixup:
2018-08-05 17:49:41.602104+0900  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) AirportBrcmFixup:  BRCMFX @ (DBG) start is called, service name is AirPort_BrcmNIC, provider name is ARPT
2018-08-05 17:49:41.602113+0900  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) AirportBrcmFixup:  BRCMFX @ (DBG) brcmfx-country in ioreg is set to #a
 
It means everything is OK, driver started!
What happened later?
okay wait. right now, i will give full log without grep option.

나의 LG-F800S 의 Tapatalk에서 보냄

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1 minute ago, Sherlocks said:

okay wait. right now, i will give full log without grep option.

나의 LG-F800S 의 Tapatalk에서 보냄
 

After using the new version, I have the same problem as you.

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7 minutes ago, lvs1974 said:

@Sherlocks, you didn't provide me with a full log, I don't see the first call of FakeBrcm::init, FakeBrcm::start.

And the last lines for AirportBrcmFixup:

2018-08-05 17:49:41.602104+0900  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) AirportBrcmFixup:  BRCMFX @ (DBG) start is called, service name is AirPort_BrcmNIC, provider name is ARPT
2018-08-05 17:49:41.602113+0900  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) AirportBrcmFixup:  BRCMFX @ (DBG) brcmfx-country in ioreg is set to #a

 

It means everything is OK, driver started!

What happened later?

 

here

 

fulllog.zip

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6 minutes ago, lvs1974 said:

One more question: what is a real device-id of your wi-fi card?

1.PNG.4ee7dea5710098e00f5dc5dd4efd83dd.PNG

 

real device id is 14E4-43B1 in aida64. i never use FakePCIID kext. only use DSDT injection for device id.

Edited by Sherlocks

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18 minutes ago, lvs1974 said:

@Sherlocks, could you test attached kexts please?

I added some fixes into AirportBrcmFixup, btw I also have card 43b1, it works (and worked before changes) on my laptop.

AirportBrcmFixup 1.1.5 (DEBUG).zip

Lilu 1.2.6 (DEBUG).zip

 

first of all, sorry for confused info before.

i found some info

wifi is working in your commit "Version 1.1.5: Mojave compatible"

https://github.com/acidanthera/AirportBrcmFixup/commit/4593a28aad10405ab46db6a5d8ddc1cfc9984279

log is here

1.txt

 

exactly, since vit9696's commit, my wifi is not working.

https://github.com/acidanthera/AirportBrcmFixup/commit/8f9c51d21a4bb3fc361571646b9ee97db39fa823

log is here

2.txt

 

now, i test your latest fixed version. then right, i will write report

 

EDIT1.

your latest version is working :)

here

working log.txt

 

 

 

Edited by Sherlocks

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8 minutes ago, lvs1974 said:

@Sherlocks, thank you for testing! I am glad to hear it works again. Would be nice to get more successful reports from other people, and I will commit my changes.

 

@lvs1974

you're welcome. i like a debug. i'm glad to help you fixed this issue.
always thank you for your hard work.

Edited by Sherlocks

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Posted (edited)

@vit9696

sorry for report here.

i don't know where i report some info in your project "https://github.com/acidanthera/macserial".

a model code of MacBookPro15,2 is "JHCC, JHCD"

thanks in advance

 

EDIT1.

also some shiki instruction was omitted compared original shiki repo.

 

original

https://github.com/acidanthera/Shiki/blob/cd67c8d9b4732bfc717956c95e92ceda7e7ab83c/Shiki/kern_start.cpp#L51

 

WEG

https://github.com/acidanthera/WhateverGreen/blob/master/WhateverGreen/kern_shiki.hpp#L61

 

Edited by Sherlocks

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Thanks, this one was dropped as the fix landed in macOS.

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Posted (edited)

Hi,

 

Last Lilu update broke iTunes dam play.

Some Lilu error trace at boot.

Don't have log atm.

 

Fixed Thanks Vit9696.

 

Fred

Edited by FredWst

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4 hours ago, vit9696 said:

VirtualSMC source code was published: https://github.com/acidanthera/VirtualSMC. Enjoy!

 

so what's better to use? this or the dear old fake smc? Which are the mein differences beetween this and your standard fake smc kext?

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Hi,

 

is it somehow possible to load a kext before another kext while booting up, and even further, ensuring that there will be 6 seconds of pause/other kext loading until the second kext will be loaded?

Edited by Funky frank

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