After trying some stuff out, I managed to figure out the issue.
Not sure what went wrong, but disabling gatekeeper just didn't happen.
All I did is re-enabled Gatekeeper using the "sudo spctl --master-enable" command, restart my mac, then disable it again and do another restart and it...
Never thought I'm gonna find an issue that hasn't been answered before, but here I am.
My problem is my apps (even core system apps that are not located in /Applications) keep getting marked as damaged or corrupt regardless of them being actually corrupted. I found a guide that...
I'd love to see that at some point. My current PC is getting a bit old and I'm really looking forward to building a new one in the near future. I was hoping for Kaby Lake support in this keynote and looks like Apple is doing it. Time to pick the parts and get them ready for High Sierra.
1. You will be able to build Kaby Lake hackintoshes since High Sierra will have native support for them since the new iMacs will ship with them.
2. Apple said that building a comparable PC to the iMac Pro would cost you 7 grand without the display.
Good luck for everyone with the install! :)
If you have a config that's similar to mine, can you tag me and tell me your experience? :P
i7-3770K - Z77-DS3H - GTX 650 (Gigabyte, 2 GB)
El Capitan worked out of the box without audio