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Charlie Ellis
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Okay thanks, I haven't actually set up an eGPU yet, should I run this code before I buy the stuff or after. Also do you know where I can get direct help for setting up an eGPU? There is no build guide for my 2012 21.5 inch iMac

Cheers!

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mac_editor
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Posted by: Charlie Ellis

Okay thanks, I haven't actually set up an eGPU yet, should I run this code before I buy the stuff or after. Also do you know where I can get direct help for setting up an eGPU? There is no build guide for my 2012 21.5 inch iMac

Cheers!

Your mac has a discrete NVIDIA GPU if I'm not mistaken. AMD eGPUs won't work on iMacs with NVIDIA dGPUs (and no iGPUs) on High Sierra. You can use Sierra though.

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I am pleased to report that version 2.0.2 worked for my 2012 Mini!  Thanks a bunch for all you do! 

egpu

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mac mini late 2012 working with 2.0.2 patch

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pandagenma
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Thank you for your hard work. Do I need to run a newer version of the script if the earlier version fixed the problem?
And I suppose since we're sharing...

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Posted by: pandagenma

Thank you for your hard work. Do I need to run a newer version of the script if the earlier version fixed the problem?
And I suppose since we're sharing...

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Not really, but if you were using some v1.x.x I highly recommend 2.0.2 because it has significant improvements in handling macOS updates and backups.

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@mac_editor The 2.0.2 looks rather promising from the quick glance I looked at the source code and initial running from version 1.1.1 to version 2.0.0 now there is already version 2.0.2 which seems to add some nice changes from what the release notes state. I don't really have a lot of time right now to do some code review of it on GitHub but overall it is looking a lot safer so far (all be it the -f forceful flag is always dangerous if used carelessly hence the warning). It detected my 1.1.1 install no problem and seemed to rebuild the necessary state for backups and eGPU support. no issues so far. Patch has remained stable only thing left to do is make it as simple as can be for everyone to benefit and I think version 2.0.2 is practically there if not already there. If I get more free time I will look through whatever the version is at that time and give a more comprehensive update. 

Thank you to all the people who are working hard on this script it looks like it is coming together very nicely 🙂

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Worked great for me on my Mac mini 2012, thanks

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Charlie Ellis
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Thanks, what external Graphics cards would work on my Mac?

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@charlie-ellis : Almost any GPU will work, I have used geforce and quadro from Nvidia. radeon and fire/radeon pro from AMD.

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Apple's explanation in a human readable format.

/System/Library/Extensions/AppleGraphicsControl.kext/Contents/MacOS/AGDCDiagnose -a

## GPUWrangler - Start ##

Warning: eGPU unsupported: platform does not support Thunderbolt 3

AppleInsider wrote an article:

https://appleinsider.com/articles/18/04/11/egpu-support-for-nvidia-gpu-plus-thunderbolt-and-thunderbolt-2-connections-arrive-with-pair-of-hacks

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Posted by: Charlie Ellis

Thanks, what external Graphics cards would work on my Mac?

I’m not sure how the iMac firmware behaves, but on Sierra any card should do. I have never worked on iMacs before so consider my findings as “questionable” at best. It’s just that NVIDIA dGPUs have proven to be painful over the years with eGPUs. 

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igerard
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Well, if I plug the eGPU after the boot and logging, everything is slow, reseting the main display back and fort does not solve the issue ... Not a big deal 🙂

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Charlie Ellis
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okay, I will consider down grading to Sierra, however am I correct in saying that there is code being developed to get nvidia graphics cards working on high Sierra 10.13.4?

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Posted by: Charlie Ellis

okay, I will consider down grading to Sierra, however am I correct in saying that there is code being developed to get nvidia graphics cards working on high Sierra 10.13.4?

We are doing what we can to find the crux of the problem. Once we do, we will post a solution as soon as possible. All of us are working on it in our spare time (which we have less of at the moment)...

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Too bad. It doesn't work in my case, a 2014 rmbp 750m tb2 with node 3 + RX850.
I followed the instructions and ran the patch 2.02 then rebooted.
Everything remains the same here.
Hot plug-in or not, the OS became extremely slow and freezing and the monitor kept activated but dark and showed nothing.
And I just found out that the Nvidia 750m was there in the system info page the whole time. No way to make it disappear.

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Posted by: SheldonTung

Too bad. It doesn't work in my case, a 2014 rmbp 750m tb2 with node 3 + RX850.
I followed the instructions and ran the patch 2.02 then rebooted.
Everything remains the same here.
Hot plug-in or not, the OS became extremely slow and freezing and the monitor kept activated but dark and showed nothing.
And I just found out that the Nvidia 750m was there in the system info page the whole time. No way to make it disappear.

Please read the main post again - it’s clearly mentioned what you need to do in case an NVIDIA dGPU is also present.

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@sheldontung
I have a 2012 MBP with the 650 and I’m using 10.13.4 with an AKiTio Node and Sapphire RX 580

Btw, thanks for your implementation guide for your MBP.

Mid 2012 15" (Non-Retina) MPB GT650M + RX580 (AKiTio Node via TB3 -> TB2/TB1 Adaptor) macOS 10.13.4/Win10


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finalstorm
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I have a noob question. I have the purge wrangler SH file saved on my desktop. I then drag the file into terminal and hit enter. I then get this line 

-bash: /Users/USER NAME/Desktop/purge-wrangler-2.sh: Permission denied

I can't seem to get this script working. What am I doing wrong? I was on 10.13.2 running my sonnet enclosure with an Nvidia Titan X and it worked fine. While the latest Nvidia work around is fleshed out I want to make sure my trashcan is ready for it. Please advise. 

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philw
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@finalstorm Dragging into terminal won't cut it.
You need to follow the steps on page 1 of this thread:

$ cd /path/to/script/
$ sudo chmod +x purge-wrangler.sh
$ sudo ./purge-wrangler.sh

So you need to get to the path first (Desktop).. then execute the next commands

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Posted by: philw

@finalstorm Dragging into terminal won't cut it.
You need to follow the steps on page 1 of this thread:

$ cd /path/to/script/
$ sudo chmod +x purge-wrangler.sh
$ sudo ./purge-wrangler.sh

So you need to get to the path first (Desktop).. then execute the next commands

All things fair!!! We owe @mac_editor and all the other that contributed MANY MANY thanks!

But, running sudo's and using terminal in general is often not for the faint hearted or the people how are "real consumers/end users ".
Isn't someone able to make an automator app that does the following:

- Place: purge-wrangler.sh in documents folder
- Runs: terminal cmd = cd Users/user/Documents
- Runs: terminal cmd = sudo chmod +x purge-wrangler.sh
- Runs: terminal cmd = sudo ./purge-wrangler.sh

Or when looking at CAT tool by DokterDok make it like that?

This would make it much more useable for the common end user.

 

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Posted by: Jeroenvankeulen

All things fair!!! We owe @mac_editor and all the other that contributed MANY MANY thanks!

But, running sudo's and using terminal in general is often not for the faint hearted or the people how are "real consumers/end users ".
Isn't someone able to make an automator app that does the following:

- Place: purge-wrangler.sh in documents folder
- Runs: terminal cmd = cd Users/user/Documents
- Runs: terminal cmd = sudo chmod +x purge-wrangler.sh
- Runs: terminal cmd = sudo ./purge-wrangler.sh

Or when looking at CAT tool by DokterDok make it like that?

This would make it much more useable for the common end user.

 

Users will have to disable SIP on the command line anyway. I would be happy to make it a native macOS app - it’s trivial to do so, but given the pre-req of using the command line for SIP anyway, people might as well type in 3 more lines. 😉

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Jeroenvankeulen
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I agree with you up to a certain level. SIP disabling is fairly easy, but when I see people not getting the "path to" lines an app like CAT is easy to understand when running commands and checking status of the script.

And its not that I need one, but I got the feeling others where struggling somewhat. 

No complains about the script and it functioning in general! Love your work!

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@mac_editor
the challenge is on:
execute:
curl -o ~/Documents/purge-wrangler.sh "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mayankk2308/purge-wrangler/master/purge-wrangler.sh"; cd ~/Documents; sudo chmod +x purge-wrangler.sh; sudo ./purge-wrangler.sh
if you like one can add ( must be used as a prefix)
rm purge-wrangler.sh; reboot

now it's a one-liner -> copy and paste

or also possible (you can't add arguments that easily though):
curl -s "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mayankk2308/purge-wrangler/master/purge-wrangler.sh" | sudo sh

EDIT: See @mac_editor's comment below

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Posted by: fr34k

@mac_editor
the challenge is on:
execute:
curl -o ~/Documents/purge-wrangler.sh "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mayankk2308/purge-wrangler/master/purge-wrangler.sh"; cd ~/Documents; sudo chmod +x purge-wrangler.sh; sudo ./purge-wrangler.sh
if you like one can add ( must be used as a prefix)
rm purge-wrangler.sh; reboot

now it's a one-liner -> copy and paste

or also possible (you can't add arguments that easily though):
curl -s "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mayankk2308/purge-wrangler/master/purge-wrangler.sh" | sudo sh

Pulling directly from master assumes a working copy, that’s why I don’t do it. I use the releases section to deploy versions of scripts I’ve thoroughly tested. We could use the download link for each release, but will have to change the link in the instruction every time I update.

Plus, I don’t think this solves the problem for people who are uncomfortable using Terminal anyway (as seen above). A native app is the most apt solution in my opinion (and a lot safer). 

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Posted by: mac_editor
Posted by: fr34k

@mac_editor
the challenge is on:
...

Pulling directly from master assumes a working copy, that’s why I don’t do it. I use the releases section to deploy versions of scripts I’ve thoroughly tested. We could use the download link for each release, but will have to change the link in the instruction every time I update.

Ah, you clearly use a completely different approach then I am. I always split off a branch if I'm testing and tweaking, but the master branch ALWAYS works.

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Posted by: fr34k

 

Ah, you clearly use a completely different approach then I am. I always split off a branch if I'm testing and tweaking, but the master branch ALWAYS works.

Yes, I commit a lot more often, and for a single simple script it’s bothersome (to me) to have multiple branches. Allow me to rephrase - a “working copy” in my definition is a well-tested and deployable version. Those are marked by releases. At any other commit, the copy will still “run and execute”, but is not tested. 😉

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Guys, quick question here:

Any advantages/disadvantages or staying in 10.13.3 VS updating to 10.13.4 and using this tweak? Performance and compatibility wise, for both AMD and NVIDIA eGPU?

MacOS: 15" Retina Macbook Pro 2015 Iris Pro only
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Posted by: dream3

Guys, quick question here:

Any advantages/disadvantages or staying in 10.13.3 VS updating to 10.13.4 and using this tweak? Performance and compatibility wise, for both AMD and NVIDIA eGPU?

10.13.4:

  • Official "Apple-certified" eGPU support for AMD cards
  • True hot-plug - eGPUs work like external displays / no logout-login needed
  • Menu bar icon for ejecting eGPUs safely
  • NVIDIA eGPUs are problematic - rarely work and depends on luck


10.13.3
:

  • Only reason to stay on this is for NVIDIA eGPU support - which works a lot better here
  • If you're unsure of 10.13.4 working with this script - try it on an extra install (different drive) first. AMD eGPUs should work

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@mac_editor Just wanted to report that script v2.0.2 (no previous installs) worked flawlessly with my '15 MBA on the first go. Thanks for your hard work on this! 

Setup:
Early 2015 MBA + 1.6ghz i5 + 4gb ram
Cal-Digit TB2 Dock + 10ft TB2 cable 
Sonnet Breakaway 350 (Daisy-chained w/Apple TB2 to TB3 adapter and 1m TB2) + RX570
1x 4k Display + 1x 1080p display

Rock solid thus far under load and hotplug/wake are working just fine despite the gpu being behind a dock and the MBA being in clamshell mode when I connect it. Now I just have to actually remember to unmount the dock *and* the eGPU before ripping out the TB2 cable lol. Cheers!

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finalstorm
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Quick Update: I got the scripts to work on my 2013 trashcan. Also got the latest NVIDIA tweak to work. Just can't get video to display on my monitors connected to the Nvidia card. Happy to say that CUDA acceleration on my apps that use it also works great. I appreciate everyone's responses to my question earlier.

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Lately I have been running into random sleep/wake issues (system crashes) with my MacBook 11,5.

Is it possible that these issues occur only after applying the PurgeWrangler script?

There is some rumor Apple have dropped official support from TB1/TB2 Macs because of sleep issues.

Checking my diagnostics reports the last time my MacBook suddenly rebooted from a sleep/wake issue has been while I was away from keyboard and there was definitely no eGPU connected.

I have not made any important changes to my setup apart from disabling SIP and enabling eGPU.

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Charlie Ellis
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Okay thanks, I take it you are running Sierra then, is it actually that different to high Sierra?

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Posted by: Halbertus

Lately I have been running into random sleep/wake issues (system crashes) with my MacBook 11,5.

Is it possible that these issues occur only after applying the PurgeWrangler script?

There is some rumor Apple have dropped official support from TB1/TB2 Macs because of sleep issues.

Checking my diagnostics reports the last time my MacBook suddenly rebooted from a sleep/wake issue has been while I was away from keyboard and there was definitely no eGPU connected.

I have not made any important changes to my setup apart from disabling SIP and enabling eGPU.

The patch is a very small change not even related to sleep/etc. I would chalk that up to macOS bugs or something else.

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Posted by: finalstorm

Quick Update: I got the scripts to work on my 2013 trashcan. Also got the latest NVIDIA tweak to work. Just can't get video to display on my monitors connected to the Nvidia card. Happy to say that CUDA acceleration on my apps that use it also works great. I appreciate everyone's responses to my question earlier.

Can you share which apps had the CUDA acceleration and which nvidia card you are using? thx

iMac 2013 10.14.1, Macbook Air 2013 10.11, MBP 2016 13" 10.13.6 , HP 4530s 10.11, node lite, DA-2 PSU w/mod, PE4L 2.1b expresscard34, GTX460,1050Ti,1060,1070/Ti RX470,560,580


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Jeroenvankeulen
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Anyone tried updating to 10.13.5 beta2?

Did you uninstalled the script first or did you just run the update? 

How does the script respond to the new beta?
How does the script respond to updating in general?

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