OSX 10.12 will be compatibility with Hackintosh like older OSX version

minh_2405

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I wonder whether the OSX version 10.12 can compatibility with the laptop as the previous OSX versions. I read some thread said Apple will be change systemfile that about HFS+ will replace with ZFS, so that's will be ok with hackintosh use clover bootloader????
 

b0fh666

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I think ZFS is opensource, so I don't see it causing a problem. Doubt that apple will use that tough.
 

minh_2405

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I think ZFS is opensource, so I don't see it causing a problem. Doubt that apple will use that tough.
yep, but I wonder that's clover bootloader will support it, beacause I use hackintosh, and I'm worry about that's not compatibility, I really like OSX 10.12 will release, but so nervous about system can't compatibility
 

b0fh666

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clover supports whatever filesystem that has a .efi driver written for it, no worries there :)

I'm personally not eager to upgrade osx past 10.11, it's working really well (unlike yoseshite which i ditched on day 1 when they released el capitan)

and my hardware (macs and hacks) is getting a bit dated as well:)
 

minh_2405

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clover supports whatever filesystem that has a .efi driver written for it, no worries there :)

I'm personally not eager to upgrade osx past 10.11, it's working really well (unlike yoseshite which i ditched on day 1 when they released el capitan)

and my hardware (macs and hacks) is getting a bit dated as well:)
Thanks you for answer my question :), WWDC will come soon, so I have some worry, I like hackintosh, but I nervous if it compatibility with clover bootloader use HFSPlus.efi and some driver 64 in clover :)
 

b0fh666

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hfsplus.efi is a bit controversial as it is extracted from the efi of a real mac... if they change the filesystem it surely would be possible to extract the new driver whatever it is as well.
 
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wrldwzrd89

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It remains to be seen what will arrive in the next iteration of OS X (macOS?). If there is a new filesystem, though, I can guarantee you there will be a conversion utility - one that should work just fine on a Hackintosh provided it boots.
 
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minh_2405

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It remains to be seen what will arrive in the next iteration of OS X (macOS?). If there is a new filesystem, though, I can guarantee you there will be a conversion utility - one that should work just fine on a Hackintosh provided it boots.
thanks for support and answer my question :)
 
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