Whoops. Thanks for that config file! I fixed the Thunderbolt issue by using your ThunderboltHackinDROM aml (from your OpenCore 0.6.4 redistribution) and changing RP05 to RP21 for the Daystrom Z370. I hope to try Big Sur on this machine one day, but IDK if that's possible without 0.6.4 and native NVRAM. Thanks again! I truly appreciate it.There was another syntax error in the config.plist which has been fixed in attached file.
Regarding spurious characters at the end of the Titan Ridge name, there's most likely a buffer size error in the Thunderbolt SSDT. If you post that file I can try to fix it.
Bonjour @CaseySJHello @Elias64Fr,
Salutations de la saison!
Yes, we have found the same result. System product names such as iMacPro1,1 (without iGPU) are able to play DRM content from the TV app.
Regarding Netflix, however:
- Will not play in Safari (with iMac19,1)
- It will play fine in Firefox (with iMac19,1)
Hello,Thank you so much for your service in putting all this together and continuing to support the thread
I'm doing a clean install of Big Sur, because I'm leaving my GTX 1060, High Sierra, and Clover behind, but until there's some support for the Big Navi GPUs, I'm going to turning off the GPU slot in OpenCore, and just running off the iGPU in my i5-9600k
Do you have any insight on what the best system definition for this is going to be, and what changes I should make to the 0.6.4 EFI?
Sorry for asking for you to hold my hand, but I'm tryina get this first OpenCore build right!
Merry (day-after) Christmas!Bonjour @CaseySJ
I've been experiencing Apple TV app video playing under iMac19,1 with Big Sur 11.1, with Full IGPU enabled for MB HDMI available output and also Thunderbolt DP output. No need to switch on iMacPro1,1 SMBIOS and no need to use shikigva=80
On fully enabled IGPU, hardware acceleration is on IGPU when video played on screen connected to MB HDMI and on DGPU when on its output .
Also work with IGPU fully disabled on BIOS.
defaults write com.apple.AppleGVA gvaForceAMDKE -bool YES defaults write com.apple.AppleGVA gvaForceAMDAVCEncode -bool YES defaults write com.apple.AppleGVA gvaForceAMDAVCDecode -bool YES defaults write com.apple.AppleGVA gvaForceAMDHEVCDecode -bool YES
Please try this:Hey, guys, I am trying to go from a Clover system to an Open Core system, following the mini guides and using the OC 0.6.4 folder.
I am using the F9i BIOS with the settings from the mini guides.
I have cleared all the Clover files from my system as suggested in the mini guide.
I have created my USB install drive and followed the steps to boot from the USB drive. I get through the boot picker, and I was able to reset NVRAM, but when I select the internal drive to run, I get a kernel panic. It gets to the message "System uptime in nanoseconds: 1065475538
Please go to https://panic.apple.com to report this panic"
and then nothing else happens...
Tried searching for this issue, found nothing helpful.
But the Verbose messages seem to indicate that the kexts are not loading?
I am using Mojave 10.14.6. as my current OS.
sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions && sudo kextcache -u /