So I've had my current hack up, and running now for several months, and it has been great up until now. I took the 10.15.4 update, as well as its supplemental update, and things went downhill really fast. For one, the dreaded, wake from sleep = black display issue has once again popped up, as well as an issue in which the display, if it does wake from sleep, has a weird color to it (the bug closely resembles the pink display problem). Moreover, clover will not boot into single user mode, or properly boot in verbos mode. The system will boot, but it's like the -v flag is being completely ignored. I cannot seem to figure out what's going on, but the situation is pretty bad (especially since at the start of this week, I had a rock solid build). Any insight into this would be greatly appreciated, as I can no longer get some of my work done; thank you to all who read this. I have attached a picture of the display glitch I'm experiencing below.
System specs: Motherboard: Asus prime Z370-A MK ii CPU: Core i5 9600k GPU: Sapphire pulse RX 580 rev. 2 (This variant has a switch on the card for "gaming" and "compute" modes). Storage: 2x Samsung 970 evos (500 GBs) and a 4TB HDD for data PSU: Seasonic 750w 80+ platinum Wi-Fi + bluetooth: Broadcom BCM 94630CD - works OOB Ethernet: Intel i210 gigabit PCIE x1 - again, works OOB
A few days ago I faced a problem - installed ocquirks and it somehow broke my prelinked kernel. System won't boot then, and I spent more than a day restoring from the netatalk backup to copy working prelinked kernel directory from the backup to the s/l
So, my question is - how to relink prelinked kernel without that? I found boot args -f UseKernelCache=No but it didn't work. I was able to boot to the recovery, if that can help.