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macOS High Sierra - Final Release is out! (17A365)


Allan

The final release of macOS Sierra are available to download.

 

You can download it from App Store.

 

You can consult the list of useful tips created by @fantomas:

Soon we'll have the methods to create a Penboot to all Hacks.

You can use the createinstallmedia, and after the process been concluded just install Clover in your Pendrive. ;)

sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ High\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Untitled  —nointeraction

EDIT: The list above will be constantly been updated as we got new methods and fixes.



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I recommend a clean install on a new partition (same HDD, per OSInstall.mpkg) to figure out whats interfering. Keep your S/L/E untouched and youre good to go.

thats first what I did.. didn't help. also installed web drivers with sip disabled. tested 2 port, DisplayPort and DVI, on DisplayPort black screen but on DVI all ok. so? where is the catch? PS in Linux and Windows all ports are working well

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There's a new High Sierra build (17A405). No Idea what it is lol

Any source where's this info coming from, or this is just 10.13.1 Beta 2 (but no, it begun with 17Bxxx) ?

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Any source where's this info coming from, or this is just 10.13.1 Beta 2 (but no, it begun with 17Bxxx) ?

https://developer.apple.com/news/releases/

 

Yes, 10.13.1 is 17BXXX

 

EDIT: here a french article about it. http://iphoneaddict.fr/post/news-217495-apple-propose-mise-jour-supplementaire-macos-high-sierra

 

Here are the announced changes:

 
  • Improves the reliability of the installation program
  • Corrects a graphical bug affecting the cursor when using Adobe InDesign
  • Fixes a problem preventing you from deleting Yahoo emails in Mail

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Anything I need to note before and/or after installing High Sierra on a G4560 rig with a Gigabyte H110M-DS2 board? Do I have to apply any XCPM patches and such?

 

No need for patches, I don't have any with the same processor. It is possible you will have to uncheck Nvidia in DropOEM_DSM if you find your verbose mode flooded with busy timeouts related to IOHDACodecFunction (my case with Asus GeForce 210). 

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Update 10.13 (17A405) very smooth  B)

HP ProBook 6570B  :)  The cool thing is I have a native Brightness now  :thumbsup_anim:

No kext, no setup config.plist  :D  :w00t:

 

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Edit--------

Broken after trying  time machine  :(

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Update 10.13 (17A405) very smooth  B)

HP ProBook 6570B  :)  The cool thing is I have a native Brightness now  :thumbsup_anim:

No kext, no setup config.plist  :D  :w00t:            

How's the battery indicator? When you're on battery power (so not AC), does it show how much time remaining?

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How's the battery indicator? When you're on battery power (so not AC), does it show how much time remaining?

Yes no issue 

 

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hi..

 

is it inside  your  "MACOSXInstaller-Auto.dmg" yet...or only in "MACOSXInstaller.dmg"

was updated there?

as see in HM

c.frio

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Update 10.13 (17A405) very smooth  B)

HP ProBook 6570B  :)  The cool thing is I have a native Brightness now  :thumbsup_anim:

No kext, no setup config.plist  :D  :w00t:

 

Edit--------

Broken after trying  time machine  :(

 

Hi Chris - I still can't get brightness adjustments working and that is one of two reasons I have not made the switch to High Sierra on my main macOS installation.  Therefore, I am intrigued by your claim to have native brightness working.  Did you get it back after it broke?  Did you add a PNLF device in your DSDT?  Are you still using RehabMan's SSDT-PNLF.aml?  Any insights that might help me get brightness adjustment working would be appreciated.

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hi..

 

is it inside  your  "MACOSXInstaller-Auto.dmg" yet...or only in "MACOSXInstaller.dmg"

was updated there?

as see in HM

c.frio

I am not understand what you said

Sorry

Its Installer from Apple, to downloads new Installer, you need to delete the previous one one your Mac

Hi Chris - I still can't get brightness adjustments working and that is one of two reasons I have not made the switch to High Sierra on my main macOS installation.  Therefore, I am intrigued by your claim to have native brightness working.  Did you get it back after it broke?  Did you add a PNLF device in your DSDT?  Are you still using RehabMan's SSDT-PNLF.aml?  Any insights that might help me get brightness adjustment working would be appreciated.

Hi @mnfesq

No I am used my Stock DSDT, no patch  pnlf

This is the third time I have native brightness , for a reasons I do not know I lose it every time

Edit**

I prety sure next update  he will work but not for long :P  

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Yes no issue

For you it's not showing either. It doesn't show how long you can run on the battery.

Now that I look into it more, it looks like Apple changed that. Which is strange, since when I look into the Console.app I see that the system gets notified about the time remaining.

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For you it's not showing either. It doesn't show how long you can run on the battery.

Now that I look into it more, it looks like Apple changed that. Which is strange, since when I look into the Console.app I see that the system gets notified about the time remaining.

Its show 96%  :) on Batterie

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Its show 96%  :) on Batterie

Yeah I mean when you click on the battery, in previous versions of macOS it'd say "2h:15m remaining", but looks like Apple changed that.

 

Example:

 0Bn22Sd.png

 

EDIT: Yeah, Apple changed that in Sierra. Bad.

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Yeah I mean when you click on the battery, in previous versions of macOS it'd say "2h:15m remaining", but looks like Apple changed that.

 

Example:

 0Bn22Sd.png

 

EDIT: Yeah, Apple changed that in Sierra. Bad.

I think Istat Menue 7 have this Futur ?

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