NO: Sierra Apache SSL (may make those machines mojave with some tricks)
mark at jammin.com
Mon Jun 14 18:09:53 UTC 2021
Interesting. I watched the video, and downloaded the Mojave patch tool.
We actually have six mid-2011 Mac Minis with 8-16gb of ram and 128-256gb ssds. They are really great little single purpose servers. There is nothing wrong with them at all— they look brand new. If we can extend their life up through Mojave and maybe even Catalina, that would be great!
So far my luck has been running a bit cold. That said, I will certainly give this a whirl. I’ll post an update with the outcome.
> On Jun 14, 2021, at 12:16 PM, Doug Easterbrook <doug at artsman.com> wrote:
> hi Mark
> this might be interesting for you. its about updating older mac’s beyond their apple life expectancy. I had a look at the first one — since I’m trying to figure a way to get our last stragglers with 10.1 on to studio 10.2 runtimes … where i need mojave.
> updating non eligible mac's to Mojave
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PstfkjBJagA <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PstfkjBJagA>
> updating non eligible mac's to Catalina
> it doesn’t sort your immediate problem, but if certbot and other things need Mojave to run…. it might be the ticket
> hopefully that will work for you. I have not done it myself as all our macs are eligible, but from the youtube comments, it seems like the guy explained it really well.
> Doug Easterbrook
> Arts Management Systems Ltd.
> mailto:doug at artsman.com
> Phone (403) 650-1978
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