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@Inqnuam @CaseySJ
When i click "confirm" after choosing the board and AMD+intel wifi,
the weel is turning but nothing...Had to force quit it via "Activity Monitor"
When i tried to relaunch it with right click Open, i immediately see the weel turning again.
 

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@Inqnuam @CaseySJ
Many Thanks for your hard work, just updated to OpenCore 0.6.8 using the app & following the guide, no problems found, booted first time. :clap:
 
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I just updated to 0.6.8 and am getting the 'OCS: No schema...' message for a second before it boots succesfully. Also, arrow keys are super jumpy if I hit space to reveal more options. I did not use OC Configurator and I went through to update what was listed as changed. Any tips? I am still on 10.15.7 so it appears I cannot use the hackindrom.app

Also, is Sanity Checker no longer being updated?

Thank you in advance!
 
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I just updated to 0.6.8 and am getting the 'OCS: No schema...' message for a second before it boots succesfully. Also, arrow keys are super jumpy if I hit space to reveal more options. I did not use OC Configurator and I went through to update what was listed as changed. Any tips? I am still on 10.15.7 so it appears I cannot use the hackindrom.app

Also, is Sanity Checker no longer being updated?

Thank you in advance!


There is a sanity checker built into the open core configurator. I am not in front of my computer, but it is one of the menu pics. Looks like the normal sanity checker, but is actually being updated.
 

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I just updated to 0.6.8 and am getting the 'OCS: No schema...' message for a second before it boots succesfully. Also, arrow keys are super jumpy if I hit space to reveal more options. I did not use OC Configurator and I went through to update what was listed as changed. Any tips? I am still on 10.15.7 so it appears I cannot use the hackindrom.app

Also, is Sanity Checker no longer being updated?

Thank you in advance!
Yes we can use HackinDROM app with Catalina. Please give that a try. There's more involved in updating OpenCore than what is listed as changed.
 
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Yes we can use HackinDROM app with Catalina. Please give that a try. There's more involved in updating OpenCore than what is listed as changed.
Maybe it's located elsewhere on the site?Screen Shot 2021-04-06 at 2.00.58 PM.png
 

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Maybe it's located elsewhere on the site?View attachment 514485
I see, I didn't know that.

@Inqnuam, is it straightforward to build the app so it runs under Catalina (and perhaps Mojave)?

@egroys, you can still upgrade to OpenCore 0.6.8 using the HackinDROM website to transfer PlatformInfo credentials. Simply follow the procedure in the OC 0.6.8 mini-guide.
 
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I just updated to 0.6.8 and am getting the 'OCS: No schema...' message for a second before it boots succesfully. Also, arrow keys are super jumpy if I hit space to reveal more options. I did not use OC Configurator and I went through to update what was listed as changed. Any tips? I am still on 10.15.7 so it appears I cannot use the hackindrom.app

Also, is Sanity Checker no longer being updated?

Thank you in advance!

You may want to try this:::

Just wanted to point out that the current OpenCore Configurator 2.33.1.0 does not play nice with the new EFI provided by @CaseySJ . I get the following error upon rebooting: OCTY: Failed to locate apple event protocol - Not Found Halting on critical error.

I found on line 976 that OpenCore Configurator was changing the line from <string>Builtin</string> to <string>OEM</string>. Once changing the file back to <string>Builtin</string> everything works correctly...

Gluck!
 
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I see, I didn't know that.

@Inqnuam, is it straightforward to build the app so it runs under Catalina (and perhaps Mojave)?

@egroys, you can still upgrade to OpenCore 0.6.8 using the HackinDROM website to transfer PlatformInfo credentials. Simply follow the procedure in the OC 0.6.8 mini-guide.
As I said in the other post unfortunately Mojave is dead for this project. The core code of the app is executable on all systems (Linux and Windows included!), but the "problem" is the GUI

I'll try to add support for Catalina in next version!
Thanks for your feedbacks!
 
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You may want to try this:::
Thanks. Just tried and I can't find that Builtin or OEM string in either copy - pre and post saving in OC. Searched with Find: 'string' in Proper tree.

Does this mean that, like in previous versions, opening and re-saving the config.plist in OC updates it (minus this above mentioned bug)? I manually updated all of the other components of the EFI (drivers, opencore.efi, Bootx64, etc.)
 
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