[Sticky] Running Big Sur (beta) on Intel Macs
Please post here a notification when we are good to upgrade to the latest since I have update checks turned off.
Its good to go, update to beta 48 now.
Updated to 48 and volumes mount properly but one weird thing i see is any update to system extensions seems to show as updates to other non-updated extensions. Why is it whenever I update SoftRaid other seemingly random extensions are popping up also as updated? Also I no longer even use that Zoom Audio Interface it's referring to how do I get rid of old extensions I no longer even use?
@softraid-support Driver installation is still failing for me with b48. As before, it removes the SoftRAID.kext from /Library/Extensions and then reports that the driver could not be installed. I’ve reverted to b43 to get the driver back.
I upgraded my 2013 Mac Pro to Big Sur last night. I installed SoftRAID Beta 48 this morning and my Thunderbay still will not mount. How do I proceed?
Did you allow OWC as a identified developer?
Attach a support file if so, I can take a look.
THis is Big Sur. Try going to /Library / Extenionsions and deleting them manually.
then run these two commands in terminal, and restart:
sudo kmutil clear-staging
sudo kextcache -i /
This I do not know. I have to look into this.
Here you are. Thanks for the help.