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6 hours ago, Slice said:

No, string 0x285 will correspond to


            <key>CsrActiveConfig</key>
            <data>hQI=</data>

 

Hello @Slice und alle anderen und @MorenoAv

First of all, thanks to you for the information about deactivating or activating SIP so that you can load the updates.

But it's strange, although I use Open Core 0.6.3 and I simply entered 0x285 as csr-active-config as the data option, it worked. 

 

Although @Matgen84 says yes it is only for Clover.

 

Ok Slide writes how the Base64 is correct: hQI=
I'll enter that and then see what then
is activated or deactivated for options under SIP.

 

and for @MorenoAv I add the ProperTree, which runs under Big Sur without any problems,

ProperTree as zip file is 14 MB I uploaded it to uploaded.net here is the download link without password:
http://ul.to/4zyo2nn0

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19 hours ago, ameenjuz said:

@Slice can clover read CsrActiveConfig data value instead of string like a OpenCore?

Clover is mush more flexible in reading settings than OC. It can read <number>, <data> or <string>.

But I think <data> is less convenient format in this case.

Hi all, thanks for sharing, I wish know if is to much hard made app to convert Opencore to Clover EFI or vice versa. Will be awesome if exist some app with this possibilities... for exemple, drag and drop folder and choose how Bootloaders convert....just an idea...

 

@Slice @chris1111 and all good felas!!

 

Thanks!!!

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5 hours ago, Slice said:

Clover is mush more flexible in reading settings than OC. It can read <number>, <data> or <string>.

But I think <data> is less convenient format in this case.

Sorry, I was wrong. In this case <data> is impossible.

 

PS. And now with commit d68d53a41 it is possible.

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