Originally Posted by steadfasterX
yes mAid will allow multiboot a real system but that is still beta and will likely not work with a MAC (no way of testing that either).
mAid does support EFI so it works when enabling EFI in VirtualBox - while that has been tested on Windows and Linux versions of VirtualBox only.
there is no final guide for mAid out there as there is no stable release for it yet.
But you can check out the current guides here: https://code.binbash.rocks:8443/mAid/build/wiki
for that particular step you shown just choose the 5.4 or 4.19 kernel (if you plan to use SP Flashtool program you have to go with 5.4 though).
Thanks, actualy i using hackintosh, with Clover bootloader, maybe can boot with mAid, hope final release version!
But i try in virtualbox, cant boot with UEFI mode, must choose Legacy mode to boot, how can i fix it, sir?
Originally Posted by sdembiske
That could explain the issue with the VDI as it is made with Virtual Box in Windows 10.
What I might suggest is that you follow the instructions that I wrote up in post # 483 in your Mac allowing for any differences in the location of the Oracle Virtual Box program location and the location of the VDI when it's completed etc. That should take care of any OS differences that are arising in making the VDI.
I suspect that might solve the issue. Other Mac users would probably very much appreciate it if you would then upload the made VDI and provide a link for other members to use it. I know it is asking for a little extra effort but other members could benefit from your effort.
Yeps, i checked and now boot normal, but no UEFI Mode, it's legacy!