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El Capitan VS. Yosemite - Hackintosh

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Hi,

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I never said I would upgrade to El Capitan. But I am an OSX addict and mostly, I think that I may achieve better compatibility.

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What difference can i inspect in?the hackintosh process on El Capitan vs Yosemite?

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Are there major differences in the installation?

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Can I use same DSDT and Clover config file?

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Thanks

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There is no difference in installation?

Use 3259 Clover version or newer?

Only thing that you have to change in your config file is to remove kext-dev-mode=1 and add rootless=0 instead

and download new FakeSMC

http://www.hackintoshosx.com/topic/23484-guide-preparation-usb-and-install-os-x-1011-el-capitan-with-boot-cloverenoch/

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Thank you for your time and knowledge sir.

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I have successfully installed El Capitan. Things are looking good. Basically just a better version of Yosemite.

Why is Kext Dev Mode flag removed at rootless added??

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Thank you for your time and knowledge sir.

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I have successfully installed El Capitan. Things are looking good. Basically just a better version of Yosemite.

Why is Kext Dev Mode flag removed at rootless added??

rootless=0 flag disable System Integrity Protection so that you can load third party kexts and enable trim on SSD?

People are saying that there is no need for rootless flag in El Capitan final version but i didn't have time to try final release ,i will do it in next few day ?

But if you have this flag in your config.plist it won't affect your pc performance at all, this flag will only give you permission to access and modify system files.

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