2013年10月27日 星期日

UniBeast 3.0.1 create Mavericks installation drive fail

If you want to upgrade Hackintosh from Mountain Lion 10.8 to Mavericks 10.9. The first step should be creating a installation usb drive from UniBeast.

Once you have download the Mavericks from AppleStore, you can launch UniBeast to create the installation drive. However, UniBeast has a limitation in the troubleshooting notes:
"3. UniBeast does not support running from or copying to Case-sensitive file systems."

If your /Application is on a case-sensitive partition, then you have to move /Application folder to another partition which is case-insensitive.

The default "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)" is case-insensitive.

Note: if you only move /Applications/Install OS X Mavericks.app folder to the case-insensitive partition, it still will not work, you need to move whole /Applications folders to another partition and create a soft link for it.



REF:
http://www.tonymacx86.com/unibeast/113297-how-i-got-unibeast-3-0-working-case-sensitive-filesystem.html