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hackintosh_vm [2017/01/28 18:34]
pegasus corrected panic message
hackintosh_vm [2017/01/28 18:43]
pegasus make kernel read-only
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   - At the end of that, when attempting to boot into the installed system image, if you experience a kernel panic "​Unable to find a driver for this platform: ACPI", reset the VM and try again using the boot parameter ''​KernelBooter_kexts=Yes''​   - At the end of that, when attempting to boot into the installed system image, if you experience a kernel panic "​Unable to find a driver for this platform: ACPI", reset the VM and try again using the boot parameter ''​KernelBooter_kexts=Yes''​
   - The system should now start successfully. Configure as desired.   - The system should now start successfully. Configure as desired.
 +  - Make the kernel read-only with ''​chmod -w /​Volumes/​HD-NAME/​System/​Library/​Kernels/​kernel''​ so system updates don't overwrite it with a non-AMD-compatible one and cause a boot loop.
   - //​Optional//:​ download and install the [[https://​github.com/​pmj/​virtio-net-osx|VirtIO OSX network driver]] and change the network device on the VM from ''​e1000''​ to **VirtIO** for optimal performance.   - //​Optional//:​ download and install the [[https://​github.com/​pmj/​virtio-net-osx|VirtIO OSX network driver]] and change the network device on the VM from ''​e1000''​ to **VirtIO** for optimal performance.
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