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Hi @ludufre,

Sorry for bother you, but I have questions, it is the first time that I have to use an VM to install macOS, but this as proved to give us hackintoshers a fight, that we will win for sure, but in meantime this are my questions: 1 - what is the VM That you use? 2 - why do we have to create an ISO?

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11 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

Hi @ludufre,

Sorry for bother you, but I have questions, it is the first time that I have to use an VM to install macOS, but this as proved to give us hackintoshers a fight, that we will win for sure, but in meantime this are my questions: 1 - what is the VM That you use? 2 - why do we have to create an ISO?

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Are you referring to virtualization software? If so, it's VMware Fusion.

If it is which virtual machine created? I made a Custom. I updated the guide just now with the photos.

The ISO is created to install the system on the HD connected to this virtual machine.

 

9 minutes ago, YukiPowa said:

Hey,

 

You BCM94360CS2 work or not so ?

Not work for me

 

I'm not using that wifi in this build. I moved to my laptop: Fit BCM94360CS2 inside Lenovo L440

 

Maybe this weekend I'll test and update here.

 

Current using DW1560 with AirportBrcmFixup.kext

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For some reason the commands don't work ... as you can see below

 

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when i try this command :

 

 

hdiutil detach ~/Desktop/install.sparsebundle
hdiutil: detach failed - No such file or directory

edit :

i had to specific which desk needed to be detached

in my case 

hdiutil detach /dev/disk5s2 -force

 

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1 minute ago, ham4ever said:

when i try this command :

 


hdiutil detach ~/Desktop/install.sparsebundle
hdiutil: detach failed - No such file or directory

 

Try eject from the Finder

25 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

For some reason the commands don't work ... as you can see below

 

Captura de ecrã 2020-06-26, às 23.04.28.png

Captura de ecrã 2020-06-26, às 23.06.40.png

 

This bunch of <feff> shouldn't be there. Copy and paste again. It needs to be exactly as written in the guide.

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Is this going to be like this rest of the betas or will we get kext injection working via bootloader, means now we are pretty much dependent to VM for now or forever

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1 minute ago, kidooe said:

Is this going to be like this rest of the betas or will we get kext injection working via bootloader, means now we are pretty much dependent to VM for now or forever

 

Will we get kext injection working via bootloader. I believe that soon we will have compatible bootloaders.

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installation is stuck for 15 mins at :

Less than a minute remaining...

 

do you have any idea what could the problem be ?

 

edit :

 

actually the installation was just slow , i left it for 45 mins and now is going further.

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1 hour ago, Alex HQuest said:

Does Fusion allow the VMDK for the "raw" partition on a volume of the APFS instead of the entire disk?

 

Only the entire disk.

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2 minutes ago, Somankr said:

Can we use external HDD?

Don’t think so. Does not work for me using USB hdd 

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13 minutes ago, Gigamaxx said:

Followed it and the Quick Look command doesn't allow the "Open" tab to turn blue.   results in this error.

Screen Shot 2020-06-26 at 6.42.16 PM.png

 

 

I am not exactly sure, if I understand your exact problem.
I had to go over several times and even created and deleted several VM's to get this to even start install.

 

I always had issue connecting the physical disk with some or the other error and also sometimes while I attempt to start the VM with error's similar to yours.

 

Make sure you follow the guide to the T

Several times I made the mistake of missing the first line in the command below, to unmount the disk.

sudo diskutil unmountDisk diskX
/Applications/VMware\ Fusion.app/Contents/Library/vmware-rawdiskCreator create /dev/diskX fullDevice ~/Desktop/bigsur.vmwarevm/physical sata

Delete the existing VM and try all over again, you will eventually succeed.

 

I am on my way right now....Installation is in progress...

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@ludufre

couldn't get passed "connect CD/DVD" after an hour of trying.

I Successfully installed Big Sur using the@MaLd0n workaround.

Gigabyte Z390 Ultra

Intel i7 9700k

Radeon 5700XT

 

Thanks for your help :)

 

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1 hour ago, dariuxzy said:

I can't erase disk : VMware Virtual SATA Hard Drive Media " Could not open device 

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I once faced the same problem, try restarting the machine, and before you restart VMWare, try formatting the drive.

 

If that fails, try unmouting the drive from terminal and then format.

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@ludufreFollowing your guide I came up to this point

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I then Shutdown the machine and copied my EFI folder onto the EFI partition of the just installed drive.

Now the system gets stuck at this point upon boot, anyone, any clues?

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1 hour ago, manmo71 said:

 

I once faced the same problem, try restarting the machine, and before you restart VMWare, try formatting the drive.

 

If that fails, try unmouting the drive from terminal and then format.

ok, but if instead of using VMware, I use a real mac to always install it on an external hard disk (and then use this on my laptop), is it the same thing?

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@ludufre
couldn't get passed "connect CD/DVD" after an hour of trying.
I Successfully installed Big Sur using the@MaLd0n workaround.
Gigabyte Z390 Ultra
Intel i7 9700k
Radeon 5700XT
 
Thanks for your help 
 

What is the MaLdOn workaround?


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couldn't get passed "connect CD/DVD" after an hour of trying.
I Successfully installed Big Sur using the@MaLd0n workaround.
Gigabyte Z390 Ultra
Intel i7 9700k
Radeon 5700XT
 
Thanks for your help 
 

What is the MaLdOn workaround?


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