Download the "Integrator toolkit" in the link above.
Set your bios settings to the ones you want to be the defaults.
Put the ITK6.efi on your EFI partition.
When booting OpenCore, select "EFI shell"
in the shell, select your EFI (I assume it's FS0:, but you might try the others if it's not)
I was under impression it's Thunderbolt 2, but I was wrong :)
I have additional Thunderbolt 3 hardware that I can test it with (CalDigit TS3 docking Station), and perhaps I can source some additional TB3 devices from my work place.
Where should I start? What's your recommendation on...
Well, the display is actually Thunderbolt2 and I'm using it via Apple Thunderbolt3->Thunderbolt2 adapter (https://www.apple.com/shop/product/MMEL2AM/A/thunderbolt-3-usb-c-to-thunderbolt-2-adapter). When it works, it's rock solid... But it might take a few reboots until it's recognized. Looks...
I read through a lot of the 2635 pages in order to make my Intel NUC7BNH work with Apple Thunderbolt Display.
Tried everything you suggested to @NCMacGuy (and more).
I'm very interested in making hot-plug (and Thunderbolt in general) functional on this platform.
Currently I'm using...
I've added support for internal digital microphone on Intel NUC7.
- Make sure you have the latest Lilu installed on your EFI partition (1.4.7)
- Copy the attached AppleALC kext to your EFI partition (replace existing AppleALC.kext)
- Copy the attached AML file to...