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Re: [vfio-users] OVMF + OS X El Capitan + 970 gtx passthrough = Success

So already I botched the Nvidia driver update, I decided to just
reinstall OSX over the same qemu disk file and start from 10.11.1 again.
I hadn't really installed much so getting everything back to the way it
was wasn't going to be much of an issue.

Interestingly enough, once I had installed over the original disk using
the OSX installer, it turned out all of my data was kept, applications
and everything, and even better, I was on 10.11.1!

So running the installer over your original install essentially
downgrades OSX. Pretty neat!

Hopefully this helps someone who needs to downgrade for whatever reason
and doesn't have a snapshot/backup.

Andrew Morgan

On 12/09/2015 08:57 PM, Okky Hendriansyah wrote:
> On December 9, 2015 at 07:58:21, Andrew Morgan
> (andrew morgan4453 gmail com <mailto:andrew morgan4453 gmail com>) wrote:
>> ...
>> Afterwards, I decided to take a chance to update to OSX 10.11.2. Had to 
>> disable the nvda_drv=1 setting I just set to get through the 
>> installation after the reboot, but after that it went alright. 
>> I did notice after upgrading that Nvidia Web drivers were no longer 
>> compatible with my OS, though I suppose this makes sense since the 
>> update did just roll out, thus I suspect Nvidia will update it soon 
>> enough. This does however mean my GPU no longer works when I pass it 
>> through again... so that's a bit of a bummer. I'll make sure to hold out 
>> until nvidia does this for future OSX updates. 
> Hi Andrew,
> Actually I just noticed about this update after you mentioned it, I went
> to upgrading my MacBook Pro instead, haha Thanks for pointing about this
> possible issue on upgrading the Mac OS X guest. Yeah I agree with you,
> to hold out until NVIDIA releases their updated Web Driver as well. I
> usually snapshot my guest image before upgrading (like upgrading my
> Windows 10 to Threshold 2 last November), so can rollback if found a
> deadend.
>> As for Xcode development, I've just been using the simulator for the 
>> past few months, and it's been quite good at catching most of the bugs! 
>> Of course, one doesn't quite get the same feel for the UX using a mouse, 
>> but apps like fabric.io and Apple's now own TestFlight can provide ipa 
>> installs OTA. 
> Hmm, I’m quite new in iOS development and just found out about this
> TestFlight, I’ll check it again. At the very least, I can still git pull
> and deploy from my MacBook Pro in case I want to feel the native UX on
> the iOS device. I also want to try feeding the Xcode with the  iOS
> device through NoMachine USB adapter, I don’t know whether it will be
> 100% compatible though. 
>> I'll have to try that NoMachine audio out at some point. For now it's 
>> not really a big deal, but I can see it being necessary when developing 
>> an app that outputs a noise of some kind :P 
>> Thanks, 
>> Andrew Morgan 
> Having a silent OS is not really fun actually. :D You should try it,
> although it’s not really seemless experience to enable it. Since I have
> to initiate the NoMachine client to the server in Mac OS X and have my
> remote desktop shown all the time. But hey, the audio worked! :D
> -- 
> *Okky Hendriansyah*

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