Probably won’t boot. The light isn’t blinking on the hub for the thumb drive. You can’t boot with whatever is on the USB’s EFI partition. Also, you have to disable the EFI for special OS in VirtualBox. Make sure you run “sudo gpasswd -a username vboxusers”. Then logout and back in.
If you add the partitions to separate vmdk files, it might try to boot. Got a kernel error though. Also, it won’t boot on my desktop directly, doesn’t show up in boot menu.
The first partition is messed up. It’s booting the second partition. Of course it doesn’t work.
They claim it supports Ryzen, only if your motherboard can boot BIOS, mine only does UEFI.
Redoing the flash drive, I most likely screwed it up.
“GPT PMBR size mismatch”
Says that, even after redoing it.
I fixed it by running “sudo gdisk /dev/sdf”, “r”, “w”, “y”.
And it gets a kernel error in VirtualBox. It reboots, and does the same thing. Might not need VirtualBox now though. Might work with the other one.
Finally got it to boot much farther. Looks to be somewhat slow at booting into the installer. There it is. You have to run the commands from here. Don’t run the first command, it won’t work if you do. But if you do run the first command, run
VBoxManage modifyvm "macOS" --cpuidremove 00000001
to delete it.
VBoxManage setextradata "macOS" "VBoxInternal/Devices/efi/0/Config/DmiSystemProduct" "iMac11,3"
VBoxManage setextradata "macOS" "VBoxInternal/Devices/efi/0/Config/DmiSystemVersion" "1.0"
VBoxManage setextradata "macOS" "VBoxInternal/Devices/efi/0/Config/DmiBoardProduct" "Iloveapple"
VBoxManage setextradata "macOS" "VBoxInternal/Devices/smc/0/Config/GetKeyFromRealSMC" 1
Those are the commands. It’s obvious that you need to do something about the do not steal, as that’s what the kernel panic was about.
And it’s installing. I can’t sleep.
How is installing macOS to a PC stealing? Apple won’t sell you a license to install it on your PC. I’d pay, probably $400 for the privilege.
That link also has a file you can download, probably doesn’t work with AMD. I got the AMD DMG file from AMD-OSX.com.
Oh and replace macOS, with whatever the name of your virtual machine is.
It won’t boot in libvirt/QEMU, or my computer directly. I changed the bootloader to Clover, it just shows a MSI logo when booting without a virtual machine. Possibly because I have two video cards, I changed the input on my monitor, just a black screen on the other one. Removing a video card might work. Don’t have anything to install it directly on anyways.
Once it’s installed, and if it works, I can remake the flash drive in macOS. Maybe then I can get it working. That is directly, not in a virtual machine.
Why doesn’t it show a boot menu? It just boots directly into the installer, says you have to boot from USB the first time. It’s installed, and post.sh was ran. But I might not be able to boot it.
And it booted from the virtual drive.
It’s setting up my “Mac”.
Super slow, and there’s no Mac additions on the CD image. I think it already includes them. Now how do you make it usable? Apparently 8 cores isn’t enough, or 8 threads. So slow, I can’t login.
Removed the drive from the SATA controller, and added a NVMe controller, in VirtualBox, the virtual drive file is on a NVMe SSD. That might of killed it though. Yup, couldn’t find the root device. I’d have to reinstall, to much work.
Can’t move the mouse, or type my password. Maybe 3D acceleration doesn’t work.
Got the mouse to move, had to turn mouse integration off. How do I get the keyboard to work?
And setting cores to 8 might be a bad idea, it’s core, not threads. Nope, four cores, and you still can’t type.
USB 3.0 doesn’t work in macOS, you won’t be able to type if you enable it.