Opencore and Big Sur

Is OC updated?

Partially. AvoidRuntimeDefrag is fixed for macOS 11 but you still need to bypass stage 2 somehow, as OC doesn’t have support for injecting into the new Kernel Collection format yet.

When will it have support? We don’t know at this stage.

How do I install? Currently, the best way is to install it on an external SSD or NVMe on a Mac Pro, if you have one, then booting it on a hack.

But I don’t have a Mac? You can try a VM, but it will be slow. VMware Fusion and VirtualBox and Parallels have been reported successful.

What do I need to boot after VM Transferl?
NVRAM > Add >7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82 > booter-fileset-kernel – type Data – value 00
NVRAM > Delete > 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82 > type String – value booter-fileset-kernel

Will will need to make sure you have the latest Lilu, VirtualSMC and OC 0.6.0
with Bootargs -lilubetaall and vsmcgen=1

AvoidRuntimeDefrag no longer needs to be off with OC from the latest master build. Some stuff isn’t working! Some kexts need to be updated, so you’ll need to hang tight. Lilu, AppleALC, VirtualSMC, and WhateverGreen have been partially updated. Remember, this is a beta version of macOS. If you don’t have a somewhat stable normal install, having trouble with this process, or don’t have a good knowledge of hackintoshing, it’s best to wait until it’s easier to do. THERE IS NO SUPPORT CURRENTLY FROM ANY HACKINTOSH SERVER

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