If you didn't manually install drivers, then it should not be an issue as
they're included with OS X, and thus you don't need to do anything. Your
mouse should be perfectly fine. I'm not certain about the USB-Serial or EMU
devices. If you did manually install drivers, then you'll have to check
with the manufacturers to know when they update their drivers.
Post by Joel Black firstname.lastname@example.org [linuxham]
Thanks for the update, Dave. I have downloaded Yosemite (I *still*
pronounce it in my head as "yos-ah-mite" from my childhood watching Looney
Tunes) but not yet installed it. I have two Macs and hope to finish this up
this weekend. My wife doesn't have anything she connects to hers other than
a backup drive and her mouse. Mine, on the other hand, has my GearMo
USB-to-serial adapter, my EMU-0204, and an MX518 mouse. So, my question is,
how will I know when the drivers *are* updated and how do I 'undo' that
command later? Just type "...mode=0?"
On another note, if you use CrossOver to run any Windows apps for which
there is no alternative, version 14.0.0 allows you to launch each app from
CrossOver itself. It basically has its own finder window and you run the
app from there.
Joel - W4JBB
Until manufacturers get around to releasing new signed drivers for OS X,
your device drivers will not load after upgrading to Yosemite. In order
sudo nvram boot-args=âkext-dev-mode=1â
<enter your password when requested>
This will allow the unsigned drivers to be loaded. Unfortunately, it
allows ANY unsigned drivers to load, including potentially malicious files;
so use with the appropriate caution.
Thanks to Don Agro from sharing this info.
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