Norton287 wrote:Post install boots to the installer again so you can run terminal, so its the same as the install. You've modified it, the only way is a clean start. If you haven't changed the install image reburn it to USB, if you have download it again.
i've tried two times reburn USB installer and install it on my AMD system and it seems that AMD system isn't stable for installing Yosemite. Sometimes it finish just fine, sometimes it crashes in the middle of the installation process. So I tried another way. First i install my Yosemite on my hardisk using an intel system, then after the installation finish, i put the hardisk on my amd system and copy the kernel. Now it can boot on my amd system, but...
It stuck at login screen, so i tried:
- boot using single user mode
- rebuild system caches and prelinked kernelcache
- delete /var/db/.AppleSetupDone and /var/db/.com.**something**-graphics
- now it can enter yosemite like the first time after installation
- create Admin user, go to system preference then set this account to autologin
- change the background to lion (probably yosemite cannot access my monitor/graphic card), somehow default yosemite backrground is messed up in my desktop and using lion background seem to make it work.
- Now i can boot into yosemite.
The current problem is that after i upgrade it from 10.10.0 to 10.10.5 and replace the kernel to bronya 10.10.5-rc3, the system back into kernel panic with appleMobileFIleIntergrity.kext. is there a solution to this?