Could you please post your EFI zip?Remember, if you're using Lilu kexts with Mojave, to add -lilubetaall in Boot->Arguments in config.plist
Thanks to vandroiy2013 here.
Mojave beta working here, on a 64GB USB drive.
With -lilubetaall added, Intel HD530 Graphics are working for me under Mojave (with Inject -> Intel=true in config.plist & IntelGraphicsFixup.kext in kexts -> Other). Still problems waking up after sleep, but am going to have a play about with Mojave tomorrow.
EFI folder -> config.plist -> RtVariables -> 0x67no success .. installed using kext beast .....
I could only boot Mojave via USB. Could you please give me a guide to boot it directly?I installed Mojave this morning, running the installer from High Sierra Applications directory with the destination disk set to a spare 60Gb throwaway I had.
Installation went flawlessly and found that booting from the Clover that I use to boot High Sierra seemed to work fine.
As this was a first attempt, with absolutely nothing to lose I took the horn by the bulls and copied out the kexts (drivers) from the High Sierra /Library/Extensions onto the Mojave Desktop, then using Kextbeast I put them into the Mojave /Library/Extensions directory:
FakeSMC's (all 5)
So far everything seems to be fine and working as it should, audio is not a problem as I have an M-Audio Super DAC.
Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 7
Intel i7 7700k
nVidia GTX 970
24Gb Crucial RAM
240Gb Samsung EVO (with High Sierra)
60Gb Throwaway SSD
Various other mechanical HDD's
Do you have -lilubetaall boot argument?EFI folder -> config.plist -> RtVariables -> 0x67
Install io80211family.kext from High Sierra using kext beast.
Repair permissions with Kext Utility.
EFI folder -> config.plist -> RtVariables -> 0x0
My TP-LINK TL-WDN4800 is working now.
For Audio I use usb sound card.
Method for ALC887: AppleALC.kext, Lilu.kext, Inject = 7 , 1 , 2 , 3 , 5 , 11 , 13 , 17 , 18 , 33 , 99 no longer working.
Before in H. Sierra it worked with Inject =13