- May 24, 2017
- Intel NUC6I3SYH
- HD 520 (1920 x 1080)
- Mobile Phone
Is the applealc.kext something new?Just a quick note on my experience updating my 10.13.6 install to 10.14.
Just completed a few minutes ago.
First, there are two branches in the github project that are intended to support 10.14 fully:
beta: uses WhateverGreen.kext patching for framebuffer and other required updates for Mojave
applealc: uses AppleALC.kext for audio instead of CodeCommander/KextsToPatch/zml.zlib files.
I used the applealc branch. I also experimented a bit and even put AppleALC.kext in EFI/Clover/kexts/Other (enables audio during the installer). I updated by directly running the "Install macOS Mojave.app".
Whatever you do, make sure you update everything as per post #1 instructions. I'm using my latest build of Clover.
- had a couple of KPs, but unfortunately the data was cleared from NVRAM before I got a chance to look at it
- the KPs were very early in the boot process
- will try to repro the KPs by booting the installer again later, this time trying to capture the KP data
- just kept retrying to boot the installer and eventually it proceeded without crashing...
- suspect the KPs were due to AppleALC... (it is the newest thing I added since using the beta Mojave)
- it DID convert my HFS+J to APFS (willing to run it that way for a while)
- so far, everything seems to be working (only 10 minutes into it here)
I will merge the beta branch into master later today. The applealc branch will remain separate for a bit. You're welcome to test either/both if you like.
Will try to update the guide soon too (and move it to the Mojave forum).
So I should still be able to update by just following your instructions at post #1?