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Is there a clear way to bypass the OSInstall.mpkg error yet? Both my machines stop at this error when booting from USB. Booting from .app is fine. Clover 4084, apfs.efi in driversuefi, bios version and date updated, createinstallmedia usb creation.

 

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Got this error

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IMHO Make sure the destination hard disk is OK. you might have damaged HDD

Is there a clear way to bypass the OSInstall.mpkg error yet? Both my machines stop at this error when booting from USB. Booting from .app is fine. Clover 4084, apfs.efi in driversuefi, bios version and date updated, createinstallmedia usb creation.

 

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Hi Savage,

see this:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/324194-pre-release-macos-high-sierra/?p=2441157

 

I've beed using this method and it works overtime without any errors. I even installed macOS High Sierra on USB disks several times just to make sure.

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IMHO Make sure the destination hard disk is OK. you might have damaged HDD

I'm very sure it's not damaged, I'm not sure if the driver for sata is ok because if I make usb and select disk utility stay with loading disks a veeery looong time.

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Had anyone else experienced the bug that, when your computer goes into video sleep, after it wakes up, the mouse is no longer visible?  I am having multiple problems with sleep.  Lid sleep doesn't work.  Selecting sleep from the Apple menu does work but, after waking up, there is no video.  I thought I'd try the old-school sleep trick and that's when I found out that you lose your cursor after waking from video sleep.  DP2 can't come fast enough for me.

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Had anyone else experienced the bug that, when your computer goes into video sleep, after it wakes up, the mouse is no longer visible? I am having multiple problems with sleep. Lid sleep doesn't work. Selecting sleep from the Apple menu does work but, after waking up, there is no video. I thought I'd try the old-school sleep trick and that's when I found out that you lose your cursor after waking from video sleep. DP2 can't come fast enough for me.

I have a similar issue like you.

One of my issues is battery indication on statusbar.

 

I checked battery indication in setting. But after reboot, battery indication is disappered

 

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Is there a clear way to bypass the OSInstall.mpkg error yet? Both my machines stop at this error when booting from USB. Booting from .app is fine. Clover 4084, apfs.efi in driversuefi, bios version and date updated, createinstallmedia usb creation.

 

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I've installed High Sierra from within Sierra, with Clover 4061 with an unchanged config, Here you can see what i did.

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What make me confuse is, RevoBoot did some commits & managed to boot 10.13  without mentioning "FirmwareFeatures(Mask)" nor APFS at all.. Is Enoch did the same things?

Not sure, but I would think, that RevoBoot already provided the information, so didn't need to change that (see https://github.com/Piker-Alpha/RevoBoot/blob/clang/i386/libsaio/smbios/getters.h#L348)

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For all those, who suffers from "Failed PCIe Configuration" Error on BCM94352 (in High Sierra it ends with kernel panic), a part from Clover-config with patches. 3 Patches per kext.

Thank you.

I wonder did you get handoff-hotspot in 10.13?

 

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I wonder did you get handoff-hotspot in 10.13?

 

I have something wrong with BTFirmwareUploader.kext. All Bluetooth kexts are loaded, but still no bluetooth hardware.

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I have something wrong with BTFirmwareUploader.kext. All Bluetooth kexts are loaded, but still no bluetooth hardware.

Yes. BTFU is gone in 10.13. I reported this issue to him. His eapdfix too.

 

Before fix BTFU, try rehabman's bluetooth driver.

Now i got BT, but hotspot-handoff are not working.

 

I checked patch. Still same like 10.12

 

 

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@sherlocks,

where is AirPortBrcmNIC located, I only have AirPortBrcmNIC-MFG in S/L/E

 

I have the kernel panic as said by Neo.aka.Darkman above, 

so how do I use his plist.

 

Is that the complete patch or we se this in addition to your earlier patch described in post 297 in here.

Please advise.

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@sherlocks,

where is AirPortBrcmNIC located, I only have AirPortBrcmNIC-MFG in S/L/E

 

I have the kernel panic as said by Neo.aka.Darkman above, 

so how do I use his plist.

 

Is that the complete patch or we se this in addition to your earlier patch described in post 297 in here.

Please advise.

 

My patch is an addition to existing patches. So you copy these 6 patches into your Clover-config to other Wi-Fi patches.

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IntelGraphicsFixup.kext with support of Kaby Lake Graphics. 

 

  • Fixes PAVP freezes on Intel Azul (HD4400, HD4600), Skylake Graphics (HD530) and Kaby Lake Graphics (HD630)
  • Fixes boot logo on all known Intel Graphics starting with HD4000
  • Fixes display initialization issues for Skylake an Kaby Lake

Will be in trunk later. Author is on vacation :)

attachicon.gifIntelGraphicsFixup.kext.zip

 

In macOS High Sierra 10.13 use bootarg -igfxbeta. 

In macOS Sierra 10.12.5 build 16F2073 works without bootarg

 

Notice:

macOS Sierra 10.12.5 build 16F2073 already have NATIVE Kaby Lake support

 

 

Where can I get a copy of 10.12.5 build 16F2073

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My patch is an addition to existing patches. So you copy these 6 patches into your Clover-config to other Wi-Fi patches.

just to be sure your patches plus  those for 10.12 or your patch plus the newer patches for high Sierra.

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just to be sure your patches plus  those for 10.12 or your patch plus the newer patches for high Sierra.

old patches for sierra are no longer useful in high sierra. There are now 2 new kexts for BCM94352. You need all High Sierra patches + my patches.

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old patches for sierra are no longer useful in high sierra. There are now 2 new kexts for BCM94352. You need all High Sierra patches + my patches.

which would you suggest there are a couple suggested like so!!!!

 

 

BCM94352-Airport-Extreme, credit Sherlocks based on skvo original.  by sherlocks

 

com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC

6B100000750D

6B1000009090

 

com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC-MFG

6B100000750D

6B1000009090

 

 

 

BCM94352-fvco, credit Sherlocks based on the-darkvoid original

 

com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC

81F952AA000074BF

81F952AA00006690

 

com.apple.driver.AirPort.BrcmNIC-MFG

81FF52AA000074C4

81FF52AA00006690

 

 

 

*********************************************************

 ***********************************************************

New patch for Wifi bcm4352 id 0x43b1 -> id to be use in DSDT 0x43a0.

 

id 43a0 move from AirPortBrcm4360  to AirPortBrcmNIC

 

fcvo patch replace 81f952aa 000074bf with 81f952aa 0000ebbf

pci patch replace 4139c544 8b75d075 with 4139c5e9 92000000

 

by Fred

 

*********************************************

 

what should one opt.

also I have the AirPortBrcmNIC-MFG.kext ,which is the second, theres nothing in ionetworkingfamily.kext.

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Ich currently don't have the RX 480 in my system so I am depending on the iGPU (HD 4600). But OS X doesn't even recognizes it.

Does someone of you also have that problem?

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Had anyone else experienced the activation Trim Enabler ensures that the system opens much less quickly after the Boot process ?

On both APFS and HFS+

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Had anyone else experienced the activation Trim Enabler ensures that the system opens much less quickly after the Boot process ?

On both APFS and HFS+

 

For me it was the opposite.  Once I enabled Trim, everything started working better.  But I did not use the Clover patch to enable Trim.  I used the Terminal command.

I have a similar issue like you.

One of my issues is battery indication on statusbar.

 

I checked battery indication in setting. But after reboot, battery indication is disappered

 

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I used a DSDT patch created by RehabMan for use with ACPIBatteryManager.kext.  Once I got that kext to load properly via kext injection, my battery showed up in the menubar consistently.  Before that, I had the same problem as you.  I would check the box to have the battery show in the menubar and it would uncheck right after I checked it.

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For me it was the opposite.  Once I enabled Trim, everything started working better.  But I did not use the Clover patch to enable Trim.  I used the Terminal command.

 

maybe because I have 3 OS X system with different SSD ?

My boot Clover ESP is on Sierra 10.12 and I boot to the 10.13 

I try the Clover Trim and terminal , the result is the same

Need more test  :)

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I'm very sure it's not damaged, I'm not sure if the driver for sata is ok because if I make usb and select disk utility stay with loading disks a veeery looong time.

Same here. It took so long that I did not want to wait any more...

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