I think the guide is being updated, but the beta link is below.This link just loads the thread for me; has the link changed or am I missing something? Thanks
sudo "/Applications/Install macOS Catalina.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia" --volume /Volumes/install_osx --nointeraction
I originally came up with the idea of that 8300 guide to enable people to run macOS without having to spend a fortune on a new Mac. The prices have gone up to levels where many people just can't afford Apple's asking prices. Even a new i7 hackintosh can end up costing well over $1200. Lucky for all of us @Sniki purchased an HP 8300 and wrote up this UEFI hot patching guide. I have since sold my 8300 SFF and passed the baton to him for the guides for this hardware. There is now even a Catalina desktop guide that is even more advanced with new kexts and techniques.My late 2011 27" iMac would not support Mojave so I purchased this HP Elite 8300 I7-3770 and it has been a great learning experience.
Your instructions for the HP were so good I decided to try the Dell 9020 MT and am awaiting arrival of a Gigabyte Radeon 4GB RX 570 GAMING PCI-E VGA Card and modDIY 24-Pin to 8-Pin Adapter Cable to take full advantage of my new setup.Glad to hear you purchased a 9020 as well. I put the LG 4K monitor into the title of that build so readers who want 4K know to go with that.
@trs96 I also thank you.I have since sold my 8300 SFF and passed the baton to him for the guides for this hardware. aphics.
Nice work. Will you be writing up a guide for the HP 8100 ?Thanks to you, HP8100 has been revived.
After Catalina, the HP 8000's will need to be using OC bootloader as far as I know. Since Sniki is the resident expert on OC, and he owns the HP 8300 he will be the go to moderator and write guides for that. Think of it like handoff and continuity features on a Mac. I got things going, handed off and now they should be continued.create the future of the HP8000 series.