I am using Lilu 1.1.7 from
and AppleALC 1.1.4 from
both say they are the latest versions from August 27. Are these two compatible?
On my Dell 9350 I have added the latest releases of AppleALC.kext and Lilu.kext to CLOVER/kext/Other for enabling audio. With these kexts present, my machine displays the apple logo and restarts instantly. I have CodecCommander install to /S/L/E. I read that I should use the flags -alcbeta and...
I created my USB using the RehabMan guide. I can boot the installer and complete the 1st half of the installation on my Dell 9350. Once the machine reboots to continue the install it stops after a few seconds and provides the attached error log. Any idea what could causing this?
Is there any chance of being able to modify these files for use with a 9350? Skylake vs KabyLake but otherwise I don't think much has changed. I tried booting the installer with the attached 9.01 files but it just got stuck at the Apple Loading screen. The bar didn't even come up.
I got a codec dump from another Dell 9350 that doesn't have this static problem under macOS. There is a couple differences compared to mine, but I'm not sure if they would be causing this problem or not.
Mine is on the right side. The pathmaps seem to be...
In your CodecCommander repo, you have the .dsl version of SSDT-ALC256. If my specific codec is slightly different, what do I have to look for in this file to change? Is there any documentation on using on modifying CodecCommander configuration data I may have missed? Thanks for your help.
I have attached my codec_dump from Linux plus the layout13.xml and the Platforms.xml from the CloverHDA kext I am using. From what I can tell it seems the pathmaps are correct in the Platforms.xml. Could you take a look? Thanks.
I also don't know what I am looking for in the SSDT-ALC256.
I have audio working on my Dell 9350 (ALC256 codec) using CloverHDA, CodecCommander and ALC256 SSDT. The headphone port works as does the internal speakers but there is an annoying background static from the headphone port. Internal speakers are clear and crisp with no static. Also when the amp...