I have i7 8700k with ASUS ROG z370e mobo and 40gb of RAM. Everything works with Clover.
Then I made a shift to OpenCore. I was able to use it and my system booted faster than Clover.
But, after few days it refused to boot and continuously gives kernel panic.
I've updated OC files and re-configured config.plist. But, it is still not booting.
I'm unable to grab the video since my phone refused to stay focused on monitor. I'm attaching the image though.
Although, I can catch that Lilu and AirportBrcmFixup are rejected like
Refusing new kext as.vlt.9696.Lilu, v1.4: already have prelinked v1.3.9
Security policy loaded: Lilu Kernel Extension 1.3.9(Lilu)
panic(cpu0 caller ..........
And then whatever is printed is in the screenshot.
I'm also attaching my config.plist. config.plist
Any help is appreciated.
Since starting this draft, I've tried many variations in config.plist file. The one which I used to install is also not working now. I've attached the same.
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sono un pò arrugginito ..e volevo chiedere un aiuto su come installare opencore anzichè clover. ho provato ma dopo il post installazione riesco solo a far partire catalina tramite pendrive. quale congifurazione sbaglio?
Command line tool that will build a working EFI folder based on the settings in the config.plist file.
you can also copy your config.plist to the RELEASE folder and double-click OC-tool
this is the same as running
./OC-tool -uo build release
from the command line
see the wiki for more info
added functionality to the -T option (update ver 1.6pt)
TUI (Text based User Interface) now has limited functionality
kexts, drivers, tools and quirks can be toggled on or off, then by pressing g an EFI folder will be created based on what you set
- BOOT/BOOTx64.efi built automatically
- OC/OpenCore.efi build automatically
- OC/ACPI folder built automatically from settings in ACPI/Add section of config.plist
- - the tool can compile .dsl to .aml on the fly if iasl is present, but I recommend compiling them to .aml yourself for the tool to move over
- OC/Drivers folder built automatically from settings in UEFI/Drivers section of config.plist
- OC/kexts folder built automatically from settings in Kernel/Add section of config.plist
- OC/Tools/Shell.efi built automatically from setings in Misc/Tools section of config.plist
- OC/vault.plist and OC/vault.sig are built automatically from the Misc/Security/RequireVault setting in config.plist
- can specify debug or release version of resources to be built
- parses plist files internally, no longer needs to call /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy which may not exist on Catalina
- kexts, drivers, tools and quirks can be enabled or disabled before building the EFI by using the -T option