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-OpenCore Vanilla Guide-

https://tinyurl.com/yyfa7mfa

 

-OpenCorePkg

https://github.com/acidanthera/OpenCorePkg

 

-Documentation

https://github.com/acidanthera/OpenCorePkg/raw/master/Docs/Configuration.pdf

 

-Configuration Template

https://github.com/acidanthera/OpenCorePkg/raw/master/Docs/Sample.plist

 

-Bugtracker

https://github.com/acidanthera/bugtracker

 

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-Current status:

Support for UEFI and DuetPkg (legacy) booting

APFS and HFS+ compatibility

ACPI patcher (adding, dropping, binary patching, relocation)

Apple-compatible bless implementation

DeviceProperties injection

DataHub and SMBIOS generation

Symbolic kext and kernel patcher

Direct kext injection/patching/blocking within prelinkedkernel

Installation/Recovery/FileVault 2 support 

Configuration in config.plist with open documentation

Simple boot picker for quick launch

Direct boot from dmg images

 

-Credits:

The HermitCrabs Lab

All projects providing third-party code (refer to file headers)

Download-Fritz

Goldfish64

savvamitrofanov

vit9696

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Amazing!


The performance is good?

ye, great job

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[ref]Wardoc[/ref], [ref]free1975yuly[/ref], try my EFI folder in first post, use one plist editor to edit plist

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That's very nice, I'll give it a shot when I find some free time and see how it goes on my SandyBrdige and IvyBridge rigs. :smoke:

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[ref]Wardoc[/ref], :shock:


Added in 16 seconds:

[ref]cyberdevs[/ref], :cap

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Works alright here, just [email protected]

Tried 1920x1080 in plist, makes no difference.


Good to see something was salvaged from HermitCrabs

Tried to do same thing with Ozmosis, but that was a no no.

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image0.jpg?width=760&height=570I had to enable Pure UEFI to get it working


My network stil works OOB


My audio Works OOB


My gpu WorkS OOB

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Hi friends!


Sorry for my ignorance... But, how does it work? It replace the Clover bootloader? Maybe is the future method to do hackintosh?

I really don't undesrstand the process... but I'm curious :D


saludos!

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[ref]kultrun[/ref], u can replace a full EFI from first post and edit config.plist with plist editor

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Ahh ok! and I edit the config.plist for optimizing PC components? the clover configurator is no longer used, obviously ... to edit


in theory, replacing the efi folder the hack would work and then I will optimize other components in config.plist, right?

What are the advantages of this method, is it more "native" like Mac, etc?


thanks! (I ask a lot of questions because I have not found practically any information or documentation on the web about this method)

 

kultrun, u can replace a full EFI from first post and edit config.plist with plist editor

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Did you remember my configuration and the machine, since you are the author of Clover config.plist and DSDT as well? May I use that DSDT?

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I couldn't install: SandyBridge won't boot, Skylake does not recognize screen resolution at all, and won't inject any kexts. Let's wait until official release.

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try this edit in the config an remove dsdt

I tried them already and it still won't boot. When I select the USB all I get is a black screen :(

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[ref]cyberdevs[/ref], try an change in the bios for Set OS Type to windows an make sure secure Boot Mode is disabled with boot args

-v dart=0 debug=0x100 npci=0x2000

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try an change in the bios for Set OS Type to windows an make sure secure Boot Mode is disabled with boot args

-v dart=0 debug=0x100 npci=0x2000

Thanks for your help but the issue is the same, no mater what I do I can't boot the system with OpenCore, the system freezes right after I select the USB disk.

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