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Is there a way to enable classic mac start up sound in hackintosh yosemite?

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I downloaded Carillon-Installer-1.2b & I installed it did not hear classic mac sound yes my speakers were on what gives?  :(

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I downloaded Carillon-Installer-1.2b & I installed it did not hear classic mac sound yes my speakers were on what gives?  :(

What is your Audio kext AppleALC or VoodooHDA ?

 

If you have AppleALC or Toleda Audio patch   Remove  Chime.aiff  from System/Library/Sounds/

 

used this one here Carillon for AppleALC

 

let me know

 

Edit *****

If that version not working for you  

Remove  com.nicoswd.Carillon.plist from /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/

Remove also Carillon from usr/local/bin/

 
 

Now you can try  Version for Snow leopard  this one work for me in Mavericks ,Yosemite and Snow Leopard

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What is your Audio kext AppleALC or VoodooHDA ?

 

If you have AppleALC or Toleda Audio patch   Remove  Chime.aiff  from System/Library/Sounds/

 

used this one here Carillon for AppleALC

 

let me know

 

Edit *****

If that version not working for you  

Remove  com.nicoswd.Carillon.plist from /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/

Remove also Carillon from usr/local/bin/

 
 

Now you can try  Version for Snow leopard  this one work for me in Mavericks ,Yosemite and Snow Leopard

 

How can I access usr/local/bin in yosemite hackintosh?

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How can I access usr/local/bin in yosemite hackintosh?

 

To show hidden files:

defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true; killall Finder

Then in Finder: go to map -> /usr/local/bin

 

To hide hidden files again:

defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean false; killall Finder

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To show hidden files:

defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true; killall Finder

Then in Finder: go to map -> /usr/local/bin

 

To hide hidden files again:

defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean false; killall Finder

 

I tried using finder go to folder typed in exactly /usr/local/bin & it says the folder can't be found what gives? :(

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I tried using finder go to folder typed in exactly /usr/local/bin & it says the folder can't be found what gives? :(

 

I believe that folder doesn't exist per default, but gets created by apps

 

I'd manually create it and try reinstalling Carillon

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Used  ShowHiddenFiles

Show spécial file

At the root disk  usr is there

For Yosemite right clic on usr  to open 


I believe that folder doesn't exist per default, but gets created by apps

I'd manually create it and try reinstalling Carillon

All Mac haves usr Folder

boot.efi is store at usr/standalone/i386  :P

ShowHiddenFiles.zip

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All Mac haves usr Folder

boot.efi is store at usr/standalone/i386  :P

Yes, but I was talking about the usr/local/bin folder :huh:

 

For example, both my High Sierra installations do not have the /bin folder:

 

NJlaumF.png

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Yes, but I was talking about the usr/local/bin folder :huh:

 

For example, both my High Sierra installations do not have the /bin folder:

 

NJlaumF.png

I see usr/local/ bin is there   :rolleyes:

Carillon is on bin  :lol: if you dont have bin so you dont have a bootloader on this Disk

because Chameleon and Clover used usr/local/bin

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I see usr/local/ bin is there   :rolleyes:

Carillon is on bin  :lol:

On my Sierra install it indeed is, but there is no bin folder on that picture  :P 

Because it's not there per default, but gets created by apps that require that folder.

 

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On my Sierra install it indeed is, but there is no bin folder on that picture  :P 

Because it's not there per default, but gets created by apps that require that folder.

 

Screen%20Recording%202017-06-17%20at%200

 

I am talk about usr Folder 

all mac have usr Folder

Ok you dont have bin Folder on usr/local

so you are boot with a USB on your Hackintosh  :hysterical:  :D

Or by other Disk  B)

EDI*T*

 

This is my bootable disk

 

captu294.png

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Ok you dont have bin Folder on usr/local

so you are boot with a USB on your Hackintosh  :hysterical:  :D

No, I boot from Clover on my Sierra installation  ^_^  ;) 

 

dqjHG8b.png

 

But this is pretty much off-topic.

The point is that the /bin folder isn't there per default, unless an app needs it and creates it which apparently wasn't the case for KMac10.

That's why I suggested that he creates the /usr/local/bin folder himself and reinstall Carillon.

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No, I boot from my Clover on my Sierra installation  ^_^  ;) 

 

dqjHG8b.png

 

But this is pretty much off-topic.

The point is that the /bin folder isn't there per default, unless an app needs it and creates it which apparently wasn't the case for KMac10.

That's why I suggested that he creates the /usr/local/bin folder himself and reinstall Carillon.

So now you show a usr/local/bin Picture

why put a  joke.gif with no bin Folder ???

 

 

If he dont have that Folder its pretty simple 

It does not boot through its Yosemite disk

and I dont think my post is OFF TOPIC

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So now you show a usr/local/bin Picture

why put a  joke.gif with no bin Folder ???

 

 

If he dont have that Folder its pretty simple 

It does not boot through its Yosemite disk

and I dont think my post is OFF TOPIC

...  :rolleyes: 

 

1. I stated that the /usr/local/bin folder isn't created by macOS per default, but that it gets created by apps that requires it. As an example I showed a picture of the /usr/local folder on my fresh High Sierra installation, to show you that the /usr/local/bin folder was not there. You said that you could see the /bin folder, so I posted a .gif to show you that it in fact really isn't there. Then I showed a picture of my Sierra installation, to show you that on my Sierra installation the folder is there indeed, because there is where Clover is installed. All to clarify my statement. Context dude, context.

 

Oh, and my last picture was also a response to you saying that I was booting from USB, which in fact I'm not. But then you editted your reply.

 

2. This discussion in fact is off-topic, because it is not relevant to KMac10's issue. Wether he installed his bootloader on his harddisk or not, the fact is that he does not have the /bin folder. He can manually create it, he doesn't need the bootloader to be installed on his harddisk for that.

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...  :rolleyes: 

 

1. I stated that the /usr/local/bin folder isn't created by macOS per default, but that it gets created by apps that requires it. As an example I showed a picture of the /usr/local folder on my fresh High Sierra installation, to show you that the /usr/local/bin folder was not there. You said that you could see the /bin folder, so I posted a .gif to show you that it in fact really isn't there. Then I showed a picture of my Sierra installation, to show you that on my Sierra installation the folder is there indeed, because there is where Clover is installed. All to clarify my statement. Context dude, context.

 

2. This discussion in fact is off-topic, because it is not relevant to KMac10's issue. Wether he installed his bootloader on his harddisk or not, the fact is that he does not have the /bin folder. He can manually create it, he doesn't need the bootloader to be installed on his harddisk for that.

Man you talk about a fresh Install NO Booltloader

If you want bootable Hackintosh you have a bootloader

 

The carillon Installer is for Hackintosh machine bootable Clover or Chameleon  

Thats it for me sorry I am of this 

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The carillon Installer is for Hackintosh machine bootable Clover or Chameleon  

Ah, so in order to make Carillon work, you'll need the bootloader to be installed on your harddisk?

That was't really clear in your earlier posts. To me it looked like a discussion wether the /bin folder was there or should be there or not (and that's why i said it's off-topic).

I didn't understand you correctly. Excuse-moi.

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Ah, so in order to make Carillon work, you'll need the bootloader to be installed on your harddisk?

That was't really clear in your earlier posts. To me it looked like a discussion wether the /bin folder was there or should be there or not. 

I didn't understand you correctly. Excuse-moi.

You are link the user at Carillon Build  here

The maintainer  said

Carillon is an open source OS X app, specifically for Hackintosh machines

 

he said also

 

UNINSTALL

To uninstall Carillon, remove the following files from your system:

  • /usr/local/bin/Carillon
  • /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.nicoswd.Carillon.plis
A Hackintosh is a PC that boots the system of Mac
 
If it does not boot it is not a Hackintosh
 
EDIT**
so if  @KMac10 boot by other disk are Yosemite, he need create manually the local/bin Folder at  usr/
and run Carillon installer 

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You are link the user at Carillon Build  here

The maintainer  said

Carillon is an open source OS X app, specifically for Hackintosh machines

 

he said also

 

UNINSTALL

To uninstall Carillon, remove the following files from your system:

  • /usr/local/bin/Carillon
  • /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.nicoswd.Carillon.plis
A Hackintosh is a PC that boots the system of Mac
 
If it does not boot it is not a Hackintosh

 

Well, we both can assume that he can boot his hackintosh, otherwise he wouldn't be able to install Carillon in the first place  :P 

Assuming he is on a hackintosh and not on a real mac , indeed.

 

Based on the fact that he doesn't have the /bin folder, he probably didn't install the bootloader on his harddisk, but he is booting from another disk or usb instead.

 

I think, and please correct me if I'm wrong, that because the /bin folder is not there Carillon did not install correctly and thus Carillon does not work.

So he could create the /bin folder manually and reinstall Carillon, regardless of where the bootloader is installed.

 

I think we're completely misunderstanding eachother.

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@ricoc90 Read I  have edited before your post  :P

So we're actually saying the exact same thing, but we we're misunderstanding eachother big time  :hysterical: 

Sorry dude  :blush:

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Ok enough goofing around guys so besides carillion is there a more simple way to have classic mac start up for yosemite hackintosh?

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Ok enough goofing around guys so besides carillion is there a more simple way to have classic mac start up for yosemite hackintosh?

You can not have more simply

Do the right thing

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Ok enough goofing around guys so besides carillion is there a more simple way to have classic mac start up for yosemite hackintosh?

You won't find it more simple than Carillon 

 

Ups, Chris was faster.

 

 

1.

sudo mkdir /usr/local/bin

2.

Install Carillon, reboot and BOOM! You're greeted with the boot-up chime.

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