Using Unibeast to create a Clover Installer:
As written, this isn't working properly for me.
for clarification, you may want to label the kext directory and taken from efi/clover. It shows a kext in the root of clover of AppleIntelE1000e,kext, which doesn't work for me in either folder as well if put in 10.9 like some other guides state. FakeSMC wsorks fine though or it will give me the bluetooth error if I don't include it.
Does the kext need to be installed somehow? or just copy and paste from a working 10.9 HDD that was installed with unibeast/multibeast I have?
When I finish and try to boot, the HDD doesn't come up UEFI device, only legacy.
Don't I need to also install clover onto the HDD as well?
I ran multibeast anyway with no results.
Also, when I ran multibeast I didn't use the DSDT free or easy beast so it never installed a bootloader. It didn't say to run anything but FakeSMC, Internet, and Sound.
At first I thought it was working as I had my usb still pluggged in, but after all was done, I removed all drives and usb and it drops back to BIOS. I think it was just dropping to USB before and gave me the clover menu instead of dropping to bios.
I just reboted and it went to the installer menu for some reason. Not sure what happened. anyway, rebooted and reinstalled and now I'm trying to get ethernet up.
I find a command to manually load kexts and I move AppleIntelE1000e.kext to my home folder as that's where terminal puts me. I then type in:
and I get error:
sudo kextload AppleIntelE1000e.kext
not sure where the logs are and too late to find now. maybe tomorrow.
/Users/mark/AppleIntelE1000e.kext failed to load - (libkern/kext) not found; check the system/kernel logs for errors or try kextutil(8).