At first HP Microserver Gen 5. Then after running 24/7 for 5 years it died. Upgraded to
Microserver Gen 8. Running RAID 10 (4 disk), 1 SSD for OS, 1 USB for Grub Bootloader.
Ubuntu Server, with NFS Server for fileserver
NVIDIA P400 for transcoding
Many years ago, I was using SMB and Time...
Out of curiosity. Why would you want to install MacOs on the microserver? (TimeMachine, Fileserver?)
I use mine as NFS,Samba, Transcoding (Quadro P400), Docker, VM, Wireguard and a lot more things.
At one point I used it for TimeMachine, but I felt it was too finicky.
If it's working. Let it go.
I spent 2 weeks trying to figure out why my Bluetooth was not working.
It was because my RX580 was plugged in to DP. (I figured that out by luck).
Once I switched to HDMI. My Bluetooth started working again. This happened both in Windows and Mac.
Notice. HS07 and HS08. Those are physical USB 3.0 ports. But I am only using them for USB 2.0 devices. Therefore only HS07 and HS08 are present in my port mappings. I deleted SS07 and SS08.
If I plug in a USB 3.0 device into those USB ports. They will only work at USB 2.0 speeds...
Glad you got it working. And yes, dual booting and doing USB mapping is easier.
*Usually* HS01 and SS01 correspond to the same PHYSICAL USB Port. Therefore, if you are planning on attaching a USB 2.0 devices on HS01. Then it should be set to type 0. If you are planning on ONLY using USB...
Fix your USB ports mapping. Then try again. You have a lot of internal ports (255).
Why did you add the IRQ patch?
Your platform id is wrong. It should be 00001259 not 12590000
Remove all the framebuffers unless you REALLY need it. Start simple.
Also you are not following the...