Everything posted by hibikiledo
In El Capitan, they introduce "System Integrity Protection". With this protection, it is required that a kext has to be signed. However, the kext provided by @brandonchang is not signed. We were able to get away by using kext-dev-mode=1 in boot-args. This doesn't work anymore with the new protection enabled. To workaround this problem, you may need to disable such protection and also add "kext-dev-mode=1" in boot-args. See here for more information. Do this at your own risk... Note that you are about to disable such protection entirely. Good Luck
Hi there, you may want to go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy after you see the message you mentioned. There should be a button that says "Open Anyway" Click that button and it should allow you to open KextUtility. Good Luck!
@brandonchang This works great! Thanks for such an awesome piece of software you created. I would like to ask if it is possible for you to make it open source, so that other developers can continue working on it. Thanks