Ok, I'm just not that used to IIRC. I will look into it.
I'm running it all on a hackintosh.
I will make another try and start over with the working installation + ZFS
and then add stuff one by one and rebooting in between until I have set it
up the way I like it instead of transferring my user data/settings/etc. all
It's the right way to set up a new system anyways...
Simple transfer of everything = transfer/worsening of problems too. :)
Den onsdagen den 26:e februari 2014 kl. 13:17:35 UTC+1 skrev jasonbelec:
> Actually it is practical on iirc, use Pastebin, then everyone on iirc can
> compare with the other testor errors.
> The only reason you might be having a crash I can think of, is third party
> modules, you have set a script to run at boot that is not properly
> configured. I have yet to have any development version not boot easily and
> without issue on every 10.9 version.
> Have you Safe Booted to see? Hold 'shift' key while booting to only get
> the OS.
> Jason Belec
> Sent from my iPad
> Is it ok to discuss OpenZFS/ZFS-OSX here?
> I joined to IRC channel but when panicking and posting logs/screendumps I
> guess IRC isn't very practical.
> I'm panicking on boot with one of my Mavericks 10.9.1 installations.
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