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[SUCCESS] Gigabyte Designare Z390 (Thunderbolt 3) + i7-9700K + AMD RX 580

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Without analyzing more I can tell you from your screenshot that there's a error in your boot-args.
Look at the last one, igfxfw= ?????
I've fixed that to igfxfw=2

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@jiffyslot
I've been having an issue using iServices as well. I log into iMessage, shows an empty message, then I'm automatically booted back to the log in screen.
 

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Most of "hacked" "cracked" apps are made in this way soo ...

We need to "convert" binaries into the original written language, probably C/Objectif-C
modify It as we need,
compile it
This isn't easy task but here is a starting point
Very interesting.

Incidentally, just found that SIP was enabled, therefore Xcode's debugger was unable to attach to a running process. With SIP disabled, the debugger has no problem attaching to running processes, but those processes may only be user-space processes and not kernel-space processes. Because kexts are kernel-space processes, they're excluded from Xcode's debugger.
 
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Very interesting.

Incidentally, just found that SIP was enabled, therefore Xcode's debugger was unable to attach to a running process. With SIP disabled, the debugger has no problem attaching to running processes, but those processes may only be user-space processes and not kernel-space processes. Because kexts are kernel-space processes, they're excluded from Xcode's debugger.
Man, I really thank you for all your efforts no matter what the final result will be. Shame on Antelope developers, who could do a better job in filling that 4% gap still to reach.
 
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You likely at least need to be running xcode as root to attach to the kernel, or possibly even use the debugger from the command line to do it. I know way back (like 10+ years ago), 2-machine debugging was the way to go to do kernel-level debugging, as user-space kind of depends on the kernel not being stopped (like, say, at a breakpoint) to function.

As a first step, I would suggest looking up how the kernel matches kexts to hardware devices, I believe at least some of it is present in a plist in the kext, and see how that matches up with how the hardware shows up in the ioregistry.
 
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Are iCloud services safe to use on Hackintosh? I'm running this build with OC 067, Mojave, and Filevault, but I'm not signed in to any cloud services.
I can’t answer for others, but I’m using all iCloud (free and paid ) services on my hackintosh without problem
 
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Very interesting.

Incidentally, just found that SIP was enabled, therefore Xcode's debugger was unable to attach to a running process. With SIP disabled, the debugger has no problem attaching to running processes, but those processes may only be user-space processes and not kernel-space processes. Because kexts are kernel-space processes, they're excluded from Xcode's debugger.
From Apples official website https://developer.apple.com/library...al.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/20002367-CHDIHFDI
 
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Hi Casey, I'm on Mojave 10.14.5 currently and everything is nice and stable. However I need to upgrade to 10.14.6 to run Davinci Resolve 17. I'm kind of nervous upgrading, is there a step by step guide from 14.5 to 14.6? I have done the backup.
 
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Hello,@CaseySJ
Thanks for your reply, IOREG does have Thunderbolt Bus after I flash the firmware, but it is not available, does not show the firmware version and has no speed, PCI device changed from JHL6540 to DSL6540.
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CaseySJ

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Hello @3908700,

Private Messaging is open to anyone after 75 posts. Requests for help should be posted in a public forum. Private messages are perfectly okay as long as they don’t violate the Rules. Exchange of personal information, for example, is a violation of the rules (e.g. email address, phone number, etc.).
 

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@CaseySJ
Hi Casey, I'm on Mojave 10.14.5 currently and everything is nice and stable. However I need to upgrade to 10.14.6 to run Davinci Resolve 17. I'm kind of nervous upgrading, is there a step by step guide from 14.5 to 14.6? I have done the backup.
Hello @PicLock,

Fortunately we can do a simple in-place upgrade from 10.14.5 to 10.14.6. Because you’ve made a full backup, you can proceed (System Preferences —> Software Update).
 
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