and terminal says5. At prompt, type A to agree to the License Agreement. When complete, the computer will automatically reboot.
How is "A" not found? They just told me to type "A"!?!?...I have read and agree to the terms of the software license agreement.
Type A and press return to agree: mycomputer:~ me$ A
-bash: A: command not found
I have the step 5 in question in my post. "5. At prompt, type A to agree to the License Agreement. When complete, the computer will automatically reboot." Terminal won't let me agree so I'm stuck.
Hi Tony, well I have a question for you. I was trying to do an software updated. I thought it was for my iTunes and Safari. But, when I did the update and restarted, it wouldn't boot up. Now I'm having trouble installing macOS.UniBeast and MultiBeast users-
MultiBeast 9.2.1 is incompatible with APFS drives, but works with HFS+. We will be releasing updated versions of UniBeast and MultiBeast and a full UniBeast installation guide in the near future.
In the meantime, if you are already installed on Sierra, we suggest using the above update guides. For fresh installations, please see the following post for instructions to create a USB installer for High Sierra.
Good luck and be sure to let us know how it goes!
Update: MultiBeast v10.4.0 for High Sierra is has been release. See the Announcement's Notes on audio.