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Clover Update blocked on Catilina beta 2

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Running Catilina beta 2 and saw there is an update to Clover (4972) and I am running 4961. So, I tried to update it, and Catilina is blocking it as "incompatible" because it is writing to the system volume.

I installed Clover 4961 in Catilina beta 1 with no problem. I tried to "reinstall" it and it is also blocked now.

I do have Allow apps downloaded from anywhere set in Privacy and Security. 

Any suggestions?

TIA

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24 minutes ago, frnic said:

Running Catilina beta 2 and saw there is an update to Clover (4972) and I am running 4961. So, I tried to update it, and Catilina is blocking it as "incompatible" because it is writing to the system volume.

I installed Clover 4961 in Catilina beta 1 with no problem. I tried to "reinstall" it and it is also blocked now.

I do have Allow apps downloaded from anywhere set in Privacy and Security. 

Any suggestions?

TIA

Have you tried booting into recovery, using terminal to disable SIP?   csrutil disable

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On 6/25/2019 at 10:42 AM, Gigamaxx said:

Have you tried booting into recovery, using terminal to disable SIP?   csrutil disable

I have changed the SIP to give Clover access to entire disk and no effect. I could try doing that and see.

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On 6/26/2019 at 6:27 PM, seyd46 said:

Hi, 

 

try "sudo mount -uw /"

 

 

 

It worked on me with this command   sudo mount -uw / killall Finder

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So far, none of these has worked for me. I can install it on another drive but not the boot drive.

 

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