- Apr 5, 2012
- MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
Apparently the repository location has changed. This is the old repository:How did you manage to update to clover 5098? I tried updating from 5070 to 5098 using clover configurator without any success.
Boot macOS, Windows, and Linux on Mac or PC with UEFI or BIOS firmware
If you download the latest one from there, 5071, you get this message:
You are in the wrong place, go here
Bootloader for macOS, Windows and Linux in UEFI and in legacy mode - CloverHackyColor/CloverBootloader
If you go to the new location, you can download the installer for 5098 (download the .pkg file) and install. Please backup your current installation in case something goes wrong.
To install first double click the installer package. You will get a notice that this is from and unidentified developer. Go to System Preferences-->Security and choose "Open Anyway" to start the installer. When I installed this version, I got a message from MacOS that this software was not compatible with this version of MacOS and gave me a choice to stop, or install it anyway. Of course I chose to install it anyway and all went fine.
This is the official new repository from Slice. It looks like he changed from pseudonym Slice2009 to SergeySlice, but this is the official new location for Clover downloads. It appears there was something in the code that was incompatible with changes at SourceForge, so a clean build and a new account at GitHub instead of SourceForge was required. Apparently Clover Configurator has not been updated to reflect this change. Source for this information is on page 7 of this thread in the post from Zenith432:
Rev 5052 Implemented a possibility to change injected kext. For example you want to text new version of VoodooPS2.kext while you have another one. Place new kext in folder /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Off and your old kext in /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other as usual. Then go to menu and click disable one and enable...
You can probably just stay on Clover 5070 for now if you like, but there are improvements in the new version.
Edit: For those who are reading this and are still on a 4xxx version of Clover, you may need to follow the procedure in my post here...
I really like to update Clover every time I update to a new version of Mac OS to help prevent issues. For 10.14.6 however, the Clover update would not work. I eventually found out that there are changes in Clover v2.5k that do not allow simple updating from v2.4k – detailed in a post by Slice...