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9 hours ago, Badruzeus said:

Yeah, I don't get what you mean with "bad" here #LoL.

i mean, instead of letting the script download the combo and patch it, i manually download the combo then use the script to patch it (without the script installing the combo).

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Alright, for those who are confused when to use Delta and when to use Combo, I committed a change to MacOS_Updater. (See https://github.com/Gengik84/MacOS_Updater/commit/04fe7e49e0ad12084bcf17a26b0d2cb680714880)

 

Also, @Badruzeus I have also summed something up, if you should have interest, please take a look at: https://github.com/Gengik84/MacOS_Updater/blob/04fe7e49e0ad12084bcf17a26b0d2cb680714880/MacOS_Updater#L85

 

Thanks a lot!

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I had a reboot of Mojave after clover boot. I removed AppleALC kext and the problem was gone.

With Lilu 1.3.4 the issue is fixed.

 

Hope it helps

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Once again, update fast and smooth by the Store and everything ok on X-99... thanks Nvidia and Apple for the new Web Driver for Mojave, which will leave (or not/never) :thumbsup_anim:

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Hi @PMheart

Sleep and wake issue i9 9980XE

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Thanks All I am happy to fixed sleep & wake issue.

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On 2/22/2019 at 10:05 PM, Fergarth said:

Once again, update fast and smooth by the Store and everything ok on X-99... thanks Nvidia and Apple for the new Web Driver for Mojave, which will leave (or not/never) :thumbsup_anim:

Captura de ecrã 2019-02-19, às 14.47.59.png

 

Hi, could you tell me how to get Nvidia installer for Mojave.

Thank you

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Once again, update fast and smooth by the Store and everything ok :thumbsup_anim:

 

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The update went smooth on an iGPU 620 based laptop but I can't get to the desktop with any 10.14.4 beta on my desktop. Right before getting to the desktop it will KP and reboot. Has there been any changes that would prevent an RX 560 from working? 

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11 minutes ago, Badruzeus said:

Accelerated graphics for non-Metal GPUs under 10.14.4 Beta, finally. Link (credit: dosdude1)

Don't forget to make backup of vanilla System frameworks b4 replacing with patched versions. Enjoy!

 

great! i saw his files. he used old framework files. is there binary patch for more clear by using vanilla 10.14.4 beta4?

i will test it on my hp4230s.

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9 minutes ago, Sherlocks said:

great! i saw his files. he used old framework files. is there binary patch for more clear by using vanilla 10.14.4 beta4?

Not really sure, honestly. I don't have enough time making binaries comparison. Will be nice if it could be implemented as Framework's patcher similar to CoreDisplayFixup.kext (which is now part of WhateverGreen).

 

#EDIT: And my non-Metal Fermi graphics is different case, I don't need to touch GPUSupport* OpenGL* frameworks at all to make it works with latest 10.14.4 Beta 4. But on my case, is by using CoreDisplay binary from 1st Mojave Beta (June 2018).

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1 minute ago, Badruzeus said:

Not really sure, honestly. I don't have enough time making binaries comparison. Will be nice if it could be implemented as Framework's patcher similar to CoreDisplayFixup.kext (which is now part of WhateverGreen).

 

yes. if binary patch was cleaned, we could suggest binary patch to vit9696.

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11 minutes ago, Sherlocks said:

yes. if binary patch was cleaned, we could suggest binary patch to vit9696.

Yeah, though I don't think he will.. main problem with non-Metal (unsupported) GPUs under Mojave was missing required gfx kexts (plus *.bundle *.plugin). Just hope those things (taken from prev. macOS version) are not changed very often once updated. Isn't it worsing his time LoL? But who know..

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Hi...

Can this @dosdude patch make an g 210 work on Mojave?

C.frio

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Update for 14.4 beta 4, ran once again easily on the X-99. About the new Web Drivers, will be released on March 32 :yes:

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8 hours ago, Badruzeus said:

Accelerated graphics for non-Metal GPUs under 10.14.4 Beta, finally. Link (credit: dosdude1)

Don't forget to make backup of vanilla System frameworks b4 replacing with patched versions. Enjoy!

Thanks Badruzeus for the link! BACK IN SADDLE !!!:thumbsup_anim: We'll see for how long:D Dosdude1 amazing job !!!249481041_ScreenShot2019-03-05at8_27_32PM.thumb.png.9af04fcda5367f058a5e5fd10a492943.png

 

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19 hours ago, Sherlocks said:

 

great! i saw his files. he used old framework files. is there binary patch for more clear by using vanilla 10.14.4 beta4? 

i will test it on my hp4230s.

Hi,

 

As per dosdude,

They're just copies of the frameworks from 10.14.3, unmodified.
 

 

 

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