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Yes. Fakesmc. Nullcpupowermanagement. Lilu and whatevergreen

 

Edit.  10.14.3 installer is fine

 

Edit 2. I use the update combo for 10.14.3 and all its fine. But whit the 10.14.4 update or the 10.14.4 usb installer cause instant reboot thanks for this great work

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Edited by CEGOCAPO
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Good job. I was using the previous version of config.plist for 10.14.3 and did the update inside the system for 10.14.4. But before I switched to the newer config.plist and the update occurred without problems.

 

 

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Edit: I have a Ryzen 1600x, 16Gb, Motheboard ASUS B350-PLUS. RX 480.

 

Edited by tucano2000
inserted my machine specifications

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6 hours ago, CEGOCAPO said:

 Instant reboot

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that's not instant reboot.. that's kernel panic.. Removing the kernel logging can help us see what's the issue

 

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   <key>KernelToPatch</key>
            <array>
                <dict>
                    <key>Comment</key>
                    <string>Disable panic kext logging on 10.14 Release kernel (c) vit9696</string>
                    <key>Disabled</key>
                    <false/>
                    <key>Find</key>
                    <data>
                    igKEwHRC
                    </data>
                    <key>Replace</key>
                    <data>
                    igKEwOtC
                    </data>
                </dict>
            </array>

 

 probably you have an old clover and injection of nullcpupowermanagement  is not working. Happened to me. Make sure you use v4895. I use that one and have no issue. 

Edited by AlGrey

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AMD Threadripper 1950X | X399 AORUS PRO | GTX 1080 Ti | macOS High Sierra 10.13.6
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thanks for all amd vanilla developers.

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I got it, finally I have high sierra 17DG66 working perfectly ... now my question is, is the option of getting 32-bit applications working? Is something being developed about this?

Edited by Shaggymen101

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On 4/2/2019 at 6:40 AM, AlGrey said:

that's not instant reboot.. that's kernel panic.. Removing the kernel logging can help us see what's the issue

 

 

 probably you have an old clover and injection of nullcpupowermanagement  is not working. Happened to me. Make sure you use v4895. I use that one and have no issue. 

Thanks for your contribution for such an excellent config.plist & patches.plist.

Do you mean there is no need for NullCPUPowerManagement.kext in /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other now ?

Which version of 10.14.4 is compatible ? 226?

My Ryzen 1700X hackintosh got 10.13.6 working only, freeze after ++++++++++++ at 10.14.4

Edited by jsl2000

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2 hours ago, jsl2000 said:

Thanks for your contribution for such an excellent config.plist & patches.plist.

Do you mean there is no need for NullCPUPowerManagement.kext in /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other now ?

Which version of 10.14.4 is compatible ? 226?

My Ryzen 1700X hackintosh got 10.13.6 working only, freeze after ++++++++++++ at 10.14.4

No, nullcpupowermanagement is mandatory. 

There is only one public build of 10.14.4. 

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On 4/10/2019 at 11:08 AM, AlGrey said:

No, nullcpupowermanagement is mandatory. 

There is only one public build of 10.14.4. 

Thanks and it worked at 10.14.4 (18E226) & 10.13.6 in both Ryzen 1700X & FX-6300 hackintoshs !

It also worked at 10.14.1 & 10.14.3 in Ryzen 1700X hackintosh alone.

The only limitation was lack of 32-bit app support.

Hope it can be solved in the near future !

Edited by jsl2000

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Hi Algrey, Shaneee

I think this is an incredible step forward for the AMD community! Congrats!

I am testing with my AMD FX CPU (8350) and it works on my 10.13.6 installation (17G6030, updated with 2019-002 updater).

Copied in all patches in my working config.plist.

iMessage indeed works, but FaceTime and Siri are not. Will check further.

 

Will not be able to test 10.14.4 because my GPU (ATI Radeon HD 6870) is not supported anymore.

 

Thanks and keep up the good work!

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Hi again

I believe iMessage and FaceTime could be working, because I get a code to contact Apple by phone. Never got this before.

Must be that I've tried to many times with my previous installation with the altered AMD kernel.

I'm hesitant to phone Apple, but read that a lot of other hackintoshers already did successfully. I might give it a try.

Most apps are also working, very stable. uTorrent is not working, crashes when opened.

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Posted (edited)

I can confirm that Vanilla AMD enables my Siri/Facetime (Audio|Video)/iMessage accounts. I generated serials prior to replacement with AMD install.

 

Here are the steps that I performed when switching my install from custom kernel -> Vanilla:

 

1. Install latest clover and drivers from clover package and make sure this actually boots the existing install.
2. Once confirmed macOS can be booted with latest clover/drivers, I made a 10.14.4 combo update USB installer with DosDude's osx patcher program.
3. Placed al grey's plist changes into my clover kernelToPatch section. I validated clover configurator was able to load my plist. I had a few copy paste errors so please check.
4. Boot from hard drive with the latest clover, but select USB installer
5. Install
6. boot from upgraded volume

 

As always YMMV

Edited by DaGr8Gatzby

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