jaymonkey, thanks a lot for this guide!
Each time a new OS was published I fiddled around with kexts, configs, patches and somehow always got my system up and running. But it always was a pain. Same with Mojave. No Audio, USB only partially working, ...
Now I followed your guide ... and my...
@cmn699's steps are very clear.
Another way to mount EFI (the way I did it):
@xenonxen, in your post #12 second picture: This is the EFI Mounter Script.
Try the following (it worked for me):
1. Change the line property mountName: "EFI" to property mountName: "EPS/EFI"
2. In the top button bar...
Just running Multibeast again after mounting EFI did not work for me.
I mounted my SSD EFI by
- opening a terminal
- running: diskutil mount /Volumes/EFISSD /dev/disk0s1 (I see that your EFI is on disk0s1 by looking at the second pic you posted in post #1)
- I mounted the EFI on the USB...
I had the same issue.
Solved it by manually mounting EFI partition on my SSD as well es EFI partition on my USB stick (which I booted from). Then I copied the two folders BOOT and CLOVER to my SSD EFI partition. Voila. I could reboot from SSD.
After reboot, I started up Multibeast...