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Discussion in 'OS X El Capitan (10.11)' started by loon3y, Jul 30, 2015.
sudo nvram boot-args="kext-dev-mode=1 rootless=0”
doesn't work anymore, anyone know a solution?
They have a new work around posted on the same KB article.
can you give me a link? i can't find it.
like a dumbass i am, i got too excited and installed the el capitan beta for my work laptop....
The same proper solution since El Cap was announced, you're supposed to disable SIP via Recovery OS's menu, not via boot-args, which Apple said was going to be removed.
Boot into your Recovery OS and disable the SIP option there.
i don't have a boot recovery option, do you know a solution?
You should. How are you trying to get there?
That's not possible unless you intentionally deleted it? RecoveryOS is a part of the OS install ever since Lion came out.
When you reboot your Mac, press and hold the CMD+R keys, and you should then be booted into the Recovery OS.
You can find more information here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201314
If you type `csrutil status` in terminal, you'll see the status of SIP. `csrutil disable` will disable SIP for you. Reboot after you enter the command.
thank you all. issue was fixed.
i didnt get ur post by the time i fixed it, it would of definitely been easier.
i did this
diskutil cs revert / - in terminal, which allowed to me to see the recovery partition and then i followed parallels steps and disabled that thing.
wooohoo. lol i was literally going back and forth mac and windows and booting for work. it was hell..
Did you try it? It won't work and tell you to do it in Recovery OS.
I tried the status command but I didn't try the disable. Got this tip from someone else on this board.