Thursday, June 18, 2015

FameSMC

even after using the newest hardware sensor, I still am unable to boot the installer. tonymac is ually good about updating unibeast when the final release, I suppose until then Euclid will just have to be stuck on 10.4.






Even after turning off USB 3.0 enumerating the CPU probe doesn't panic, it just restarts. I used the createinstaller method ( terminal command to create USB) that was introduced in 10.9 (Mavericks) to copy the ESD/Installer DMGs


named the usb drive " capitan " then ran this terminal command.

sudo '/Applications/Install OS X 10.11 Developer Beta.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia' --volume '/Volumes/Capitan' --applicationpath '/Applications/Install OS X 10.11 Developer Beta.app' --nointeraction

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

10.11 Creating The Installer

@first when I tried to update Euclid, it restarted and then nothing happened. it seems that the kext-dev-1 is no longer needed, but rootless=o is. 


Let's First see if we can boot to the installer. I connected an 8 GB flash drive, named it Capitan and then ran this from terminal:

 sudo '/Applications/Install OS X 10.11 Developer Beta.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia' --volume '/Volumes/Capitan' --applicationpath '/Applications/Install OS X 10.11 Developer Beta.app' --nointeraction

I should also run a full Carbon Copy Clone Backup, but the test here today is to see if we can boot from the USB into the installation media.