Ah, I now see it does seem to be available. Haven't yet updated but will try soon.
Edit: confirm availability automatically, updated macos with no problems, startup on macos vid driver, nvidia offered/updated/installed per usual, no problems.
Can anyone with this build running on the built-in graphics (HD4600) share what their multiple-monitor experience is? How many monitors connected, max res, what connectors, using what recent systems? Because of Nvidia situation, considering removing my card entirely and running off the built-in.
I confirm updated to this most recent version before I knew about this issue, and hence did without nvidia drivers for a few days. No other issues with the security update.
As soon as the release above here came out, nvidia popped up the updater notification, new driver installation per usual...
Thank you! I had experimented a bit and had this issue (in High Sierra), it just wants to use the card.
And now I'm blushing with embarrassment that I didn't think of just unplugging the card.
Currently undecided whether I will switch to Mojave but would like to try my setup without the video...
What are the steps to do this? Did you just leave the card in and remove the drivers? Change the boot flag in bios? I tried this recently - just booting into High Sierra using the integrated graphics - but couldn't get it to work easily.
But then I can't remember what steps I took, just a...
Did not check what system build number is, but updated to yesterday's security update - all smooth with no problems, Nvidia update after rebooting as per usual procedure.
Did not do extensive testing but no problems noticed.
I'm considering removing/disabling my nvidia card so that I can update to Mojave, and just using the onboard.
Would it be enough to unplug the power from the video card and disable the nv argument in clover? Need to uninstall the webdriver, too (do that after rebooting or before)?
Warning: this is entirely speculation, just me wondering.
Apple seems to have some mechanism for determining which computers/cards qualify as 'running' Metal. If your computer/card isn't on the list, Mojave just won't install.
This implies that there is something in the profile/codebase -...
I had problems with APFS and upgrade to high sierra, and ended up reverting and keeping the boot drive on HFS+.
I plan to upgrade to Mojave in due course - no urgency - and I see that it seems to 'enforce' APFS (including conversion on upgrade) more strictly. I'm okay with that overall as I...