Hey guys, Need some help here. Going straight for the elephant in the room, you might be wondering why the heck do I want to install Mojave without a Recovery Partition in the first place. Well, the official reason is that I'm currently trying to triple-boot my MBP with Mojave, Windows 10 and Gentoo Linux and the less partitions I have in the mix the better! The whole thing is already tricky enough without having to deal with an extra (and in my use case pointless) Recovery Partition. The real reason though, is that I already had a time-tested algorithm to install macOS without a Recovery Partition that worked flawlessly until Sierra. Unfortunately, it stopped working with High Sierra and Mojave. The whole thing is kind of personal now and it's driving me nuts! In a nutshell, as described here and here, the trick was to restore straight from the "BaseSystem.dmg" image, delete the "/System/Installation/Packages" alias and manually copy the "Packages" folder from the "InstallESD.dmg" image. As mentioned here, this workaround prevents the creation of any kind of Recovery Partition from the get-go. For my dismay, when I tried it with High Sierra and Mojave, the following error message always appeared: "macOS could not be installed on your computer. The installer resources were not found. Quit the installer to restart your computer and try again" I know it's perfectly possible to triple-boot without having to delete the Recovery Partition but, like I said above, it became personal. That said, I'm about to throw in the towel on this one and bite the "createinstallmedia" bullet so, if someone out there knows how to crack this sucker, by all means don't hold back! Thanks in advance!