Today I cleared the cmos on the motherboard and I now have sleep if I tell it to go to sleep. It still won't sleep on it's own, though.
Assertion status system-wide:
I have several SSDs that I'm trying with various EFIs and at present none will let the hack sleep, even though it used to before 10.14. But now, even with an old 10.13.6 disk I get no sleep. I'm wondering if it's a BIOS setting.
Here is the result of a different boot disk still having no sleep...
Pastry Chef...any idea why I can't get sleep based on the following?
log show --style syslog | fgrep "Wake reason"
Last login: Sun Dec 16 14:53:04 on console
Bruces-iMac-6:~ brogovin$ log show --style syslog | fgrep "Wake reason"
log: warning: The log archive contains partial or missing...
Well I thought everything was good, but somewhere along the line I lost the ability to go to sleep. I'm wondering if it's related to my BIOS settings, but I've NEVER seen anyone post their BIOS settings here. Any chance you would be willing to do so, assuming you get sleep? TIA.
I finally gave up on my SSDs with various versions of EFIs and went back to a working disk with 10.13.6 with working sound. After upgrading to 10.14 and then to 10.14.2 I still had sound (and WIFI and Bluetooth) and everything seems to work perfectly!
I can't believe the amount of time...
Do you have working sound?
Actually, my graphics are perfect. So is WIFI and Bluetooth. I just can't get sound, so if you have yours running, please tell me how.
I'm thinking that your graphics glitches would be fixed by choosing iMac 18,1.
Hey..Thanks for the file. This one works.
However, I'm confused. Do you actually use this EFI as it is? When I do, I get crazy flashing of the screen that won't stop. And to make matters worse, I don't even get sound, which is what I was hoping to get. Maybe it's my computer, but could you try...