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macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 (17G65) - Final Version


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Final version of macOS High Sierra is available!

 

The list is:

 

The macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 Update adds AirPlay 2 multiroom audio support for iTunes and improves the stability and security of your Mac. This update is recommended for all users.

 

AirPlay 2 for iTunes:

  • Control your home audio system and AirPlay 2-enabled speakers throughout your house.
  • Play music at the same time on multiple AirPlay 2-enabled speakers in your house, all in sync.

Other improvements and fixes:

  • Fixes an issue that may prevent Photos from recognizing AVCHD media from some cameras.
  • Fixes an issue that may prevent Mail users from moving a message from Gmail to another account.

 

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Is anyone using the iMac Pro SMBIOS, overclocking their chip and getting the full overclock on their X99 systems? My 6800k doesn’t look like it’s using XCPM properly? 

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hi...

 

after update SSD(different brands) and USB external HDD (different brands), to 10.13.6..some from apple store and others from the link above, 

the wifi kext does not load on the SSD ..(different SSD brands..) ,this occurs on 2 different machines --GA z97 and MSI z170-- with different clover versions..always from USB pen drive..) ...but they worked with the 10.13.5

 

......but it loads OK on the external HDDs..of several brands too..on both machines

 

and curious..after I re-install the update again over the SSD after the final boot the wifi kext is loaded..but if I turn off and

reboot ,it does not load anymore..

 

on a GA z370... the kext load ok on SSD and on external HDD

 

........on all HDDs and SSDs the audio Voodoo loads OK, the kexts are in "other" folder

   the wifi kext is an old  Ralink RT73..it has been working since a long time

c.frio

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Apple just released an Update for High Sierra 10.13.6 for 2018 PowerBooks: Security and Stability Update 2 with 1.29GB in size.

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9 minutes ago, Mork vom Ork said:

Apple just released an Update for High Sierra 10.13.6 for 2018 PowerBooks: Security and Stability Update 2 with 1.29GB in size.

Yep :)

 

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the BUILD# is incorrect. Correct is 17G2307:

 

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Most improvements on new INTEL CannonLake GPU Drivers:

 

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See their Hardware-IDs:

 

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2 hours ago, artur_pt said:

hello 

 

have u try to load from s/l/e  or l/e ?

 

what is ur SIP status ?

 

good hack

 

 

hi..

 

the SIP is 0x67 but it load with 0x3E7 on external HDD

and I tried s/l/e  once..no results..will try again..

...I installed again the 10.13.5 in another SSD, the wifi worked..than updated to 10.13.6 and it stopped...

will see on a s/l/e

c.frio

 

Edited by C.Frio

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hello Frio

 

try that way . I use that way to load brc kext for the bluethoot from reabman in s/l/e

 

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good hack

 

 

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Hi..@arthur_pt

 

this time it worked at s/l/e installed with kext utility..

thanks..

stange... it loads on external HDD from "other"..

but anyway it is working

later I will try with 0x201

c.frio

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Hi guys,

Sorry to bother you with this, but this time apple {censored}ed my safari with the latest update of safari 12.0 Seed 6, after the update my safari is useless don't stop flickering, and don't open any windows. How can i unstall the latest update and solve this?

Thanks in advance

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18 minutes ago, MorenoAv said:

Hi guys,

Sorry to bother you with this, but this time apple {censored}ed my safari with the latest update of safari 12.0 Seed 6, after the update my safari is useless don't stop flickering, and don't open any windows. How can i unstall the latest update and solve this?

Thanks in advance

 

What you get if running Safari using Terminal: (?)

/Applications/Safari.app/Contents/MacOS/Safari -v

 

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Well, you have a problem. Safari app should definitely be in the /Applications folder, that's its default location.

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Did you move or remove it?

 

You could reinstall 10.13.6 as suggested here but that's a bit drastic or you can simply extract the Safari app v11.1.2 from High Sierra 10.13.6's installation package through Pacifist. Safari is found in the BaseSystem.dmg located in the Contents/SharedSupport subfolder of the macOs package. Simply copy the extracted app to /Applications. This works. 

Edited by Hervé

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Hi @Hervé,

No i haven't uninstalled it, it was the result of an update from apple... if you see the picture i uploaded, it was the second time that apple updated safari 10.12 Seed 6, and this time it broke safari...

Thanks for your answer, but i like to know if it is possible to solve this...

 PS. after re reading you answer i understood... finally... i'll do it

Thanks

PS1: I don't know what happened but my safari is working fine again... I didn't do nothing, because it works again...

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I hadn't touched my Hack in a while and realised it was still on 10.13.4. I've tried 3 times now to update to 10.13.6 but it keeps failing and I don't know why.

 

From the looks of the syslog it compete okay, what am I missing?

 

Sep  2 08:34:56 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 68.1, adjusted progress = 3.4
Sep  2 08:34:58 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 69.3, adjusted progress = 3.5
Sep  2 08:34:59 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 70.1, adjusted progress = 3.5
Sep  2 08:35:01 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 71.3, adjusted progress = 3.6
Sep  2 08:35:03 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 72.1, adjusted progress = 3.6
Sep  2 08:35:05 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 73.2, adjusted progress = 3.7
Sep  2 08:35:06 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 74.1, adjusted progress = 3.7
Sep  2 08:35:08 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 75.2, adjusted progress = 3.8
Sep  2 08:35:10 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 76.1, adjusted progress = 3.8
Sep  2 08:35:12 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 77.2, adjusted progress = 3.9
Sep  2 08:35:13 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 78.0, adjusted progress = 3.9
Sep  2 08:35:15 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 79.2, adjusted progress = 4.0
Sep  2 08:35:16 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 98.8, adjusted progress = 4.9
Sep  2 08:35:16 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Status is "Installing Software Update: About a minute"
Sep  2 08:35:16 iMac efilogin-helper[2043]: objc[2043]: Class EFILWLogging is implemented in both /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/EFILogin.framework/Versions/A/EFILogin (0x7fffb32e1088) and /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/EFILogin.framework/Resources/efilogin-helper (0x105ec6ce8). One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined.
Sep  2 08:35:16 iMac efilogin-helper[2043]: objc[2043]: Class EFILWLogging is implemented in both /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/EFILogin.framework/Versions/A/EFILogin (0x7fffb32e1088) and /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/EFILogin.framework/Resources/EFIResourceBuilder.bundle/Contents/MacOS/EFIResourceBuilder (0x105f4d3b0). One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined.
Sep  2 08:35:19 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 99.4, adjusted progress = 5.0
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Status is "Restarting"
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Software Update[1796]: client 0x7f9bb4611880: phaseName = "Software Update Post Logout"
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Software Update[1796]: ISAP: Done with Phase "Software Update Post Logout"
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 100.0, adjusted progress = 5.0
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Done with phase = "Software Update Post Logout"
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Progress Updated: currentPhase = "Software Update Post Logout", progress = 100.0, adjusted progress = 5.0
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: IASSetCurrentInstallPhase: Current phase name set to "Boot 1"
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Software Update[1796]: client 0x7f9bb4611880: phaseName = "Software Update Post Logout"
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Software Update[1796]: ISAP: hide progress UI called
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Hiding Progress UI
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Showing the cursor in Progress UI
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Releasing the boot windows
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Order Out CG Shield Window
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Setting window alpha values to 0.0
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: _LSSetMetaApplicationInformationItem remove from frontmost list success
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Ordering windows out
Sep  2 08:35:37 iMac Installer Progress[1797]: Order Out CG Shield Window
Sep  2 08:35:39 iMac reboot[2078]: SHUTDOWN_TIME: 1567406139 199765
Sep  2 08:36:52 localhost bootlog[0]: BOOT_TIME 1567406212 0

(I know I should move to 10.14 or 10.15, need to read up on how to dual boot using both iGPU (Intel) and dGPU (Nvidia)

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2 hours ago, tarasis said:

I've tried 3 times now to update to 10.13.6 but it keeps failing and I don't know why.


What makes you say that it is failing? Seems to me that you need to reboot into the installer volume to start phase 2 of the installation process

edit: as of updating to 10.14 or 10.15: no chance using the 1080ti, this GPU is not supported in neither of them so you'll need to stick with your iGPU

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7 minutes ago, ricoc90 said:


What makes you say that it is failing? Seems to me that you need to reboot into the installer volume to start phase 2 of the installation process

edit: as of updating to 10.14 or 10.15: no chance using the 1080ti, this GPU is not supported in neither of them so you'll need to stick with your iGPU

 

And that was the bit I was forgetting. Thank you.

 

As I say its been a long time since I've done an OS update on the Hackintosh, so I'd forgotten I needed to manually switch to the installer volume.

 

I have just gone through setting up the Hack to use the iGPU rather than the Nvidia card and that is all working. 

 

So I hope I'm all set to update to either 10.14.6 or 10.15.0 DP7 :)

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