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  1. kyndder

    OSX86dotNET-Linux4macOS

    Just an up! It's open!
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    OSX86dotNET-Linux4macOS

    Hello to all! Today, I would like to present you our new tool called OSX86dotNET-Linux4macOS. It is a script to be used in Linux with the following capabilities; Create a macOS installer. Install Clover Bootloader to disk for UEFI and Legacy boot. Download and install Basic set of kexts. Install hfsprogs to access HFS and HFS+ formatted partitions. Compile and Install APFS-Fuse to access APFS formatted partitions. Mount APFS formatted partitions. Extract and decompile ACPI Tables. Make complete system dump including Full Audio Codec dump and EDID. The script was made to be simple, meaning that the user doesn't need to have any advanced knowledge of Linux in order to use it... It also was made to be compatible with the most used Linux Distros so, in others words, the script will automate all needed tasks for you... Tests were made only with Manjaro and Ubuntu Linux and the script is fully working in both of them and, theoretically, with Arch, Debian and Mint... If you are planning to use it from a LiveOS, a full system upgrade will be performed. Being a Live Manjaro OS, the script will make the job for you as the Live Media will have all needed presets repositories, for Ubuntu, you'll need to manually activate the repositories at "Software & Updates", by choosing the same options shown in the pictures below ("Download from:" must be left at the default value)... "The first run may be slow, depending on your Internet Connection and Hardware, due to the mandatory System Update and, on Ubuntu, also due to the fact that some mandatory dependencies doesn't has pre compiled binaries ( xar and cmake ) and the script will compile them and install them on the fly... The same happens to Manjaro but, it has a built-in tool called "yay" that can be used to install those dependencies, and also, the OS itself will update them as a regular application when needed." IMPORTANT: If you are running the script on a LiveOS and after the System Update you receive a warning telling that you must restart the system, please, don't reboot. As you will be under a LiveOS, after the restart, all process will be made again as there's no persistent filesystem to store the changes. This may be bypassed if using Ubuntu + Persistent filesystem... After this, you just need to follow the link below, and click "Clone or download > Download ZIP"; https://github.com/kyndder/OSX86dotNET-Linux4macOS After the download finishes, open the Downloads folder, right click on the compressed file and select "Extract Here", open the just extracted folder, right click anywhere in the folder (not at any file) and click "Open in Terminal"... After the Terminal window pop-up, you just need to run the following command; ./OSX86dotNET.sh -l After this, you just need to answer every question according to your needs... IMPORTANT: Do not run the script as "sudo", just provide the password when asked. This is needed due to the fact that some tasks needs to be run as sudo and others will fail running as an sudoer... This is the main usage and will make the script perform all tasks in the following sequence ; Different options than "-l" may be used to jump directly to a specific function; Advanced usage may be achieved by using the "-d" option followed by an argument, this is used as direct jump and may be used for debugging; ./OSX86dotNET.sh -d ARGUMENT Some examples below but almost every group of the script may be used with this option; Read carefully every question made by the script, as you'll have the option to choose where to install Clover or place the Installer's files, this will help you to not cause any damage to your data... You can check all that is made at the script by looking at it's logfile, that is located at the home folder along with all files generated by it... Any sensitive data is collected from your system, it uses Internet Connection only to install needed dependencies, to redirect you to CCE (Cloud Clover Editor) and to Download needed files to create the macOS installer... You can change the script according to your needs, if you want, also, suggestions are welcome and you can report any bugs here or at github... Special thanks to; pacapt team For inspiration on multi OS run... m13253's For inspiration on Clover's Legacy Install... sgan81 For APFS-Fuse free driver... Clover Team For give us Clover... Acidanthera Team For give us Lilu+Plugins kylon For give us Cloud Clover Editor... fusion71au For the excellent guide with detailed instructions... PikeRAlpha For show us the best way to do things... And also, I would like to thank smx who is the guy that first came with this idea, in the past... Enjoy!
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    AMD 7500/7600m Hackintosh High Sierra

    Hello! For WiFi, try using this method > https://github.com/toleda/wireless_half-mini About the GPU, take a look here > https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/303044-enable-qeci-from-ati-radeon-hd-7500m-7600m-series/
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    ATI 5450 on MACPRO with 10.11.6 problem

    Hello! I think your greatest issue is, do you reverted back any activation methods before you try a new one? This is the cause of the most issues... For example, using Lilu+WhateverGreen. kext you should have your GPU working without any modification at kexts or configuration files but, for this to work, you must have Vanilla kext... Do you have it?
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    ATI 5450 on MACPRO with 10.11.6 problem

    Hello @mig81! Sorry for the late reply... By "original" boot loader you mean Chameleon? Let's change it to Clover? Post the complete hardware information and let's start the setup... [EDIT] I just noticed that you are on a real MacPro1,1... 😅 Anyway, you can use Clover the same way, the thing is, you must inject only Video properties... You can also, make a try using Lilu.kext + WhateverGreen.kext...
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    HD5450 (68F9 68E5 68e1) El Capitan

    Hello, @mig81! What boot loader you are using? Clover? We can help you better if you open a new thread here > https://www.osx86.net/forums/forum/105-atiamd/
  7. Have you tried any method? If you have access to a Mac or working Hack, use this guide to make a bootable installer > https://www.osx86.net/forums/topic/24601-how-to-create-a-bootable-installer-for-macos/ Download Clover from here and install it to the same USB Stick > https://sourceforge.net/projects/cloverefiboot/ And make a try, if you have any issues, come back here and describe your issue, this way, we'll help you better...
  8. kyndder

    RealtekRTL8100.kext

    Version 2.0.1

    68 downloads

    Open Source Driver for Realtek RTL8100, developed by Mieze. ReadMe.md
  9. kyndder

    AtherosE2200Ethernet.kext

    Version 2.2.2

    42 downloads

    Open Source Driver for Qualcomm Atheros Killer E2200, developed by Mieze. Compatible devices; ReadMe.md
  10. kyndder

    IntelMausiEthernet.kext

    Version 2.4.0

    31 downloads

    Open Source Driver for Intel onboard LAN, developed by Mieze. Compatible devices; ReadMe.md
  11. kyndder

    RealtekRTL8111.kext

    Version 2.2.2

    94 downloads

    Open Source Driver for RTL8111/8168 family, developed by Mieze. ReadMe.md
  12. kyndder

    APFS-FUSE Driver Linux

    Version 1.0.0

    9 downloads

    For detailed information, access the link below...
  13. Hello, guys! Today, I'm here to present you an Open Source APFS driver for Linux, Developed by Simon Gunder and distributed under GNU. This driver offers the ability to mount APFS Volumes and DMGs and, for now, the driver is "Read Only" and it is properly working with APFS volumes generated in macOS Mojave (10.14). The usage is very simple, to mount a Volume or DMG file; apfs-fuse <volume_to_mount> <destination-directory> And to unmount; fusermount -u <mounted-directory> Here, you can find precompiled binaries, compiled by me at the system mentioned below; > https://www.osx86.net/files/file/4826-apfs-fuse-driver-linux/ Linux 4.14.71-1-MANJARO #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Sep 20 05:29:20 UTC 2018 x86_64 GNU/Linux Copy the contents of the "bin" folder to the desired location (usually /usr/local/bin) and of the "lib" folder to /usr/lib/... Keep in mind that, precompiled binaries may work or not and, I could make tests only at a few distros, so, if you have issues, your only way will be compile the driver from source... Here's the source files > https://github.com/sgan81/apfs-fuse You'll find there detailed instructions for proper compilation... Enjoy your Hack!
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    LiluFriend.kext

    Version 1.1.0

    28 downloads

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    WhateverGreen.kext

    Version 1.2.2

    72 downloads

    Mandatory needs Lilu.kext used as base for compilation. > https://www.osx86.net/files/file/4820-lilukext/ More information at the link below...
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