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by: dankesweed
#24937
Shaneee wrote:Did you rebuild the prelinkedkernel? If not just run the post install script from the installer again.
i already ran post.sh twice but nothing changes. i also downloaded the kernel from the first post and tried to boot after i ran post.sh but nothing seems to work. are there maybe any bootflags that i'm missing?

edit: also removed my cpu OC to see if that could help but nope
Last edited by dankesweed on Fri Aug 11, 2017 1:46 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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by: Shaneee
#24938
Are you using either -x, -f or UseKernelCache=No ? If so don't use them. They bypass the prelinkedkernel.
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by: dankesweed
#24939
Shaneee wrote:Are you using either -x, -f or UseKernelCache=No ? If so don't use them. They bypass the prelinkedkernel.
i'm only using the predefined bootflags. i also unplugged every unnecessary device.
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by: Shaneee
#24940
Please try with this kernel. Name it as kernel-fx and replace the one in post install,
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by: dankesweed
#24942
Shaneee wrote: Fri Aug 11, 2017 1:53 pm Please try with this kernel. Name it as kernel-fx and replace the one in post install,
this happened, should i reinstall with the kernel you posted? and do i need to put the .dSYM files from the gpu kexts in the kexts folder too?
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by: hanreev
#24992
dankesweed wrote:
Shaneee wrote:Did you rebuild the prelinkedkernel? If not just run the post install script from the installer again.
i already ran post.sh twice but nothing changes. i also downloaded the kernel from the first post and tried to boot after i ran post.sh but nothing seems to work. are there maybe any bootflags that i'm missing?

edit: also removed my cpu OC to see if that could help but nope
did post.sh ask you to enter volume name?
in my case post.sh didn't ask for volume name. so i edited it manually under linux and replace $VOLUME with volume name i installed OS X onto
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by: dankesweed
#25000
hanreev wrote:
dankesweed wrote:
Shaneee wrote:Did you rebuild the prelinkedkernel? If not just run the post install script from the installer again.
i already ran post.sh twice but nothing changes. i also downloaded the kernel from the first post and tried to boot after i ran post.sh but nothing seems to work. are there maybe any bootflags that i'm missing?

edit: also removed my cpu OC to see if that could help but nope
did post.sh ask you to enter volume name?
in my case post.sh didn't ask for volume name. so i edited it manually under linux and replace $VOLUME with volume name i installed OS X onto
yeah it asks for the volume name. i reinstalled a few minutes ago and nothing changed.
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by: Shaneee
#25032
Are you able to access the partition from TransMac?
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by: Shaneee
#25054
Remove the AMD kexts relating to your GPU and run the post install again to rebuild the prelinkedkernel. This will of course cause no GPU acceleration but we'll sort that. If it boots I'll source kexts it should work with. I just need to know the kexts your GPU uses.
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