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Apple releasing first public beta of OS X El Capitan today


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Just as it did last year with Yosemite, Apple is again launching a public beta for its latest version of OS X.

 

Announced at WWDC in June, this public beta will be available today at around 2PM ET.

 

You can install this public beta by registering at Apple's beta software program website - once it returns.

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I‘m stuck on DP4 and Beta 2. After install I don't have a luck to boot. :(

Before you install the update, you FakeSMC.kext FakePCIID_XHCIMux.kext FakePCIID.kext to the L / E using the charters terminal.

sudo cp -R / Users / you / drag and drop allfle / Library / Extensions.

 

 

Subsequently, the chmod 755 and chown.

Please use https://www.dropbox.com/s/c6p7bal2l5m4pgv/bb.zip?dl=0

 

 

goodluck

 

 

credit VCH888

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you install rolled back to 10.11 bata1 again.

After updating to 10.10.beta2 or dp4 with the installation Kext that you will use.

Then restart at all.

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Hello. This is my fist post here. Has anyone experienced problems opening Facebook, Gmail and Wikipedia from Safari and Chrome? Since I installed the beta I'm not able to open those pages and I can't connect to the Mac Appstore as well. I've tested this problems in more than one Wi-Fi network and it remains the same. 

Thanks from Chile ;)

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