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[Release] macOS Big Sur 11.0.1


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1 hour ago, eSaF said:

Yep and Here. :thumbsup_anim:

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You're lucky.

Indeed I've some message, see this pic,  when I've opened my machine and waited but still empty/nothing, except Wikipedia:

 

 

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I did some reset NVRAM and PRAM  but not help. 

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24 minutes ago, kushwavez said:

@ameenjuz It's very important to open with Right click on the app, Open. Repeat the steps then Right Click on the app in Finder, Open.

step repeated no luck

open with Right click 

same error shows

 

46 minutes ago, pcpaul said:

I don't know if this came with 11.0.1 or it was introduced earlier, but I've just noticed that now you can natively write to NTFS volumes :shock::thumbsup_anim:

this comes to me new
apart from your experience, is there any official documentation?
that i know ntfs is a proprietary fs

59 minutes ago, pcpaul said:

I don't know if this came with 11.0.1 or it was introduced earlier, but I've just noticed that now you can natively write to NTFS volumes :shock::thumbsup_anim:

 

Great news :D


However, I saw on several websites that it was not possible with Big Sur.  Three methods exist: Third party software, terminal command for a specific label or format NTFS to exFat/Fat32. 

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22 hours ago, ameenjuz said:

@kushwavez

worked folx 5.21 version which i extracted from dmg  when i extracted version 5.23  from zip

do not work

i think that zip compressed is corrupted

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Try this chmod +x /path to app/Folx.app/Contents/Macos/Folx

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Removing bloated snapshots.

 

Boot into recovery mode and run the mount command to see your Big Sur partition name and disk/slice.

 

In terminal type:

 

diskutil mount /dev/diskXsY  and hit enter (where X and Y are your Big Sur disk and slice)

 

then type: mount -uw /Volumes/X and hit enter (where X is your Big Sur volume name)

 

Your Big Sur volume should now be read-write.

 

Run: bless --folder /Volumes/x/System/Library/CoreServices --bootefi --create-snapshot (and hit enter to generated a new snapshot)

 

Now you can remove the old bloated/unwanted snapshots.

 

diskutil apfs listSnapshots diskXsY  for a list of snapshots/uuids

 

delete unwanted snapshots one at a time:

 

diskutil apfs deleteSnapshot diskXsY -uuid (the snapshot uuid you want to delete)

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NTFS read-write try this:

 

NTFS volumes will normally mount read-only but read-write can be enabled without ntfs-3g and without osxfuse as follows:

 

From terminal make a mountpoint of your choice for each ntfs volume.  Example: sudo mkdir ~/ntfs


Unmount the target read-only ntfs volume where x is disk number and y is slice: sudo umount /dev/diskxsy


Mount ntfs volume as read-write: sudo mount -t ntfs -o rw,auto,nobrowse /dev/diskxsy ~/ntfs


Link to desktop: sudo ln -s ~/ntfs ~/Desktop/whatever_name_you_choose


Make sure finder is configured to show hard disks/network drives on the desktop.

 

Keep in mind that if you use ntfs-3g with osxfuse to automount ntfs volumes, install version 3.11.0 or later of osxfuse.  You may have to use recovery mode to copy the ntfs-3g mount_ntfs binary directly to /sbin.

and bless a new snapshot before reboot.

bless --folder /Volumes/x/System/Library/CoreServices --bootefi --create-snapshot

 

bless --folder /Volumes/x/System/Library/CoreServices --bootefi --create-snapshot

 

 

 

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Firewall exclusion list as recently reported:

 

People who want to know what apps and processes are exempt can open the macOS terminal and enter

sudo defaults read /System/Library/Frameworks/NetworkExtension.framework/Resources/Info.plist ContentFilterExclusionList.

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10 hours ago, Op15L said:

do you have any problem with the youtube video on last chrome?

In my system, it doesn't start, and before with beta release it worked.

 

kext update and chrome reinstall  seem to fix problem 

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20 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

Bahhh I don't have that update... unenroll and enroll again the Apple Seed Program... and nothing...

Yea it is there but I used Crazybirdie's app.

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no update for me for a while as my motherboard Lan chip died. so striped my Hack down getting a refund. from amazon

posting it back tomorrow. mite be back up and running in two weeks or so

IM back. new motherboard. in the hack

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8 hours ago, MorenoAv said:

Bahhh I don't have that update... unenroll and enroll again the Apple Seed Program... and nothing...

 

8 hours ago, eSaF said:

Yea it is there but I used Crazybirdie's app.

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Hi @MorenoAv @eSaF
 

Apple has released a new build of 11.0.1 with likely bug fixes and performance improvements, but apparently only for select users. it looks like you need to be updating from a pre-Big Sur version to get the new build. (9to5mac site) Confirmed by AppleInsider: Apple has released a new build of macOS 11.0.1 for certain Mac users who have not yet installed macOS Big Sur on their devices. The 20B50 build may have under-the-hood improvements exclusive to Apple Silicon.

 

Big Sur 11.0.1 (20B50) was released to block 2013 & 2014 13″ MBPro’s from installing the OS. This move looks to be related to the Big Sur install problems with these models. (mrmackintosh site) :)

Personnel, I wait and see Big Sur 11.1 and others releases. :hysterical:

 

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