What did you name the disk you formatted for macOS? The examples used here rely on the disk being named macOS. Also did you install first as stated.Bensmith wrote:Hi Shaneee,
Thanks for this mate.
Quick question. Currently entering the following terminal commands but they come back with directory doesn't exist (yes I did copy the files over).
Perhaps I am entering the codes wrong... There is only 2 requests right?
1. cp -r /Volumes/"OS X Base System"/System/Library/PrelinkedKernels/prelinkedkernel.amd /Volumes/macOS/macOS\ Install\ Data/Locked\ Files/Boot\ Files/
2. sed -i '' 's/auth-//g' /Volumes/macOS/macOS\ Install\ Data/Locked\ Files/Boot\ Files/com.apple.Boot.plist
Thanks in advance!
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