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Ok, I swapped it out with 1.2.1 and this is the log that I got when i ran that command. I think I might not have been waiting long enough, it probably takes it a good 20 or 30 seconds to actually run. I also see some mentions of 10.13.2 in there, I'm not sure if that has anything to do with my issues since I'm only on 10.13.1.  

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Seems that's what I have as well but working. See the 2nd to the last lines...I see that on your output as well, so should be working.

Only difference I could tell is that you have AppleALC in /L/E, whereas I have it in /EFI/Clover/kexts/Other. Try moving it there with another copy of Lilu.kext since you need Lilu with Whatevergreen.kext in /L/E

2017-11-21 15:46:25.146108-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Failed to find Audio device HDEF.
2017-11-21 15:46:25.294009-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix v2.3.5 Copyright (c) EMlyDinEsH <www.osxlatitude.com> 2013-2016.
2017-11-21 15:46:25.294016-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: OS X version 10.13.2
2017-11-21 15:46:25.305780-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Using Fix type 3, will do background status check to enable Jack sense and EAPD when its disabled
2017-11-21 15:46:25.648432-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Internal Mic node 0x13, Capabalities 0x20, Config 0x90a60140
2017-11-21 15:46:25.682219-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Speaker node 0x14, Capabalities 0x10010, Config 0x90170110
2017-11-21 15:46:25.682227-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: EAPD Capabale for output node 0x14
2017-11-21 15:46:25.716010-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Headphone node 0x15, Capabalities 0x1001c, Config 0x221401f
2017-11-21 15:46:25.716018-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: EAPD Capabale for output node 0x15
2017-11-21 15:46:25.748899-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Headphone node 0x16, Capabalities 0x1001c, Config 0x21014020
2017-11-21 15:46:25.748910-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: EAPD Capabale for output node 0x16
2017-11-21 15:46:25.827714-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: External Mic node 0x19, Capabalities 0x24, Config 0x21a19030
2017-11-21 15:46:26.041626-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Speakers has EAPD, Headphones has EAPD, Desktop Codec No
2017-11-21 16:04:57.101266-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Background processing disabled before sleep
2017-11-21 16:06:37.277173-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Current AFG Power state 233.
2017-11-21 16:06:38.788005-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Speakers EAPD is down, Trying to power up...
2017-11-21 16:06:38.799590-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Codec verb sent successfully to power up EAPD.
2017-11-21 16:06:38.855659-0800  localhost kernel[0]: (EAPDFix) EAPDFix: Background processing enabled after sleep
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I'll try that and let you know. 
 
Does your trackpad ever just freak out after coming back from sleep? If mine sleeps for more than just a few minutes and I go to use the trackpad, it just moves the cursor a bit uncontrollably and clicks randomly and just is impossible to use until I reboot. The trackstick is the same, but the external mouse works normally.

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I don't use VoodooPS2Controller, I see you're using Rehabman's most current version which is for Synaptics. I think your touchpad is Alps.

I'm using ApplePS2Controller with basic mouse feature which is perfectly fine for me. It has 2 fingers scrolling, tap to drag. For track stick, I just use Smart Scroll.app.

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I couldn't really care less about the trackstick. I might have to try that instead rather than VoodooPS2.

 

I also tried that Shiki plugin, and it results in a hard lock on the desktop after booting, so I might try it without the extra lilu in clover and see if it still does it. not sure why that would matter, but idk what else the issue could be there.

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Can you point me to what you're using? the only thread I could find was for "Refined ALPS Touchpad drivers" and it didn't state compatibility with 10.13, just 10.12. 

 

Putting Lilu and AppleALC into the clover folder also seems to cause issues (freezing after boot). Having just the shriki kext in /L/E works fine by itself, at least so far. With that plugin, I'm also yet to have the final cut freezes I was having. 

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Tom & Jake,

 

I'm coming into this conversation a complete newb but one who is willing to learn and do some hard work to get my own machine running.  I've hacked together many linux systems.

 

That said, how do I begin moving forward?  I don't believe a guide exists for this machine.  If I need to piggyback another guide to get started, which one might that be?

 

Thanks,

Adam

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