- This page is a list of patched kernels for OS X. You are encouraged to add any missing information to help make this list complete! Please only add kernel-CPU combinations you or someone else have tested; don't just add a a CPU or kernel because it exists. Two types of patches exist: binary and source.
- Despite what many people say, it is possible to install Mac OS X on a AMD machine. Not only distros, but vanilla versions of OS X. This is a guide on how to install OS X on AMD processors. This is a pretty universal guide, you could even follow this if you have an Intel CPU, just don’t change the kernel on Intel.
- 'Kext' stands for Kernel Extension, kext files 'extend' the macOS kernel, the core part of the operating system. They allow hackintosh systems to run hardware that is normally unsupported on macOS. Typically Kexts are found in the System Extensions folder.
This Snow Leopard is made from Retail Mac OS X 10.6 with update's 10.6.1 and 10.6.2. Support most of the modern hardware for Intel and AMD (AMD users need to patch cupid's with Marvin's AMD Utility). DVD include Intel Atom fixed kernel for 10.6.2 update, support for Intel Pentium 4. Free game download sites for mac.
- Supported version: 0.6.2
This section is for those having issues booting either OpenCore, macOS or having issues inside macOS. If you're confused as to where exactly in the macOS boot process you're stuck, reading the macOS Boot Process page can help clarify things.
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And if your issue is not covered, please read the official OpenCore documentation: Configuration.pdf. This document goes into much more technical detail around how OpenCore works and has much more detailed info on all supported quirks.
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# Table of Contents
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If you're unsure where you're currently stuck, please see here: Understanding the macOS Boot Process
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- OpenCore Boot Issues
- This section refers to booting the actual USB and getting to OpenCore's picker. Anything after the picker, like booting macOS, should see below
- Kernelspace Issues
- Covering everything that many occur in early boot from the moment you select macOS in the OpenCore menu, till the point right before the Apple logo and the installer GUI loads
- Userspace Issues
- Covering the process from loading macOS's GUI to installing macOS on the drive
- Post-Install Issues
- Covering issues once macOS has been installed and is fully booted
- Miscellaneous Issues
- Covering issues after macOS's installation or with other OSes