Auto Update Feature

Discussion in 'MultiBeast Feature Requests' started by JustVisiting, Apr 5, 2017.

  1. JustVisiting

    JustVisiting

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    Apr 5, 2017 at 6:33 PM #1
    JustVisiting

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    Multibeast should have an 'auto update' feature where upon startup, it checks to see if there are any component updates (clover, kexts, etc) for the version of OSX being installed.
     
  2. snottywong

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    Apr 6, 2017 at 3:26 AM #2
    snottywong

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    I second that. I just spent 5 days trying to get my computer to boot after updating to Sierra. In the end, most of problems centered around the fact that both Unibeast and Multibeast used different versions of Clover, and both versions used were quite outdated and not fully compatible with 10.12.4. Only after updating to the latest Clover from Sourceforge was I able to succeed (and this step was not mentioned in the installation guide).

    Great site, and I appreciate the tools and guides that you guys have developed. I purchased my gear using links from your site. This improvement would save a lot of people a lot of headaches.
     

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