Yes. For the most recent beta, you must remove the .IAPhysicalMedia file from your installation media via the following command. @tonymacx86 may wish to update the original post.I do not have the install option in clover, i try different USB drive, Does anyone have the solution for this?
rm -f /Volumes/Install\ macOS\ Mojave\ Beta/.IAPhysicalMedia
Thank you, it works, now it's trying to install ...
strange but true.. it got me to the install screen.. looked like it was doing the install.. restarted and puter didn't see clover. Asked for me to insert boot drive. Arrgh. Went back. Made the boot usb from scratch again. Tried the process and it loads to clover. I click on from external -- gives me the verbose in the picture then loops back to clover after restarting. Doesn't go any further. Total boot loop. Any ideas?
hey there.. this is a great guide.. can someone please take a minute to give instructions on what settings in clover? I'm pretty sure that's where my issues lie. Thank youHere's a quick guide to create a macOS Mojave 10.14 Public Beta Installation USB using Clover. Please note, this guide is not universal, and may not work for all systems.
hey there.. this is a great guide.. can someone please take a minute to give instructions on what settings in clover? I'm pretty sure that's where my issues lie. Thank you.
make sure if you are running Sierra or High Sierra it is the latest version before you download MojaveI am constantly getting this error
"WARNING: "--applicationpath" is deprecated in macOS 10.14 and greater. Please remove it from your invocation.
To use this tool, you must download the macOS installer application on a Mac with 10.12.5 or later, or El Capitan 10.11.6. For more information, please see the following: https://support.apple.com/kb/HT201372."
Why should ı do?