Another successful migration to a 2018 Mac mini

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Fri Jul 05, 2019 9:21 am
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Another successful migration to a 2018 Mac mini

Just in case Jay and Matt are keeping track, I would like to report another successful migration (Indigo 7.3.1) from a 2011 mini running Yosemite to a 2018 mini running Mojave.

I've got 3 interfaces: An Aeotec Z-stick gen5, a powerlinc 2413U, and a W800RF32 (still have a few X10 motion sensors in closets). I didn't install any drivers, just followed the steps to migrate on the wiki, everything came up fine (though I did plug in each hardware interface one at a time after running the installer and activating the license).

I've restarted without incident, no sign of the dreaded "FTDI bug". If I do run into problems, I'll report them in this thread.

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Fri Jul 05, 2019 12:12 pm
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Re: Another successful migration to a 2018 Mac mini

Thanks for the report.

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Sun Aug 11, 2019 8:31 am
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Re: Another successful migration to a 2018 Mac mini

How are you connecting to the W800RF32 without installing any drivers? I have been using the USA-19HS but that seems to require the Tripp Lite drivers.

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Sun Aug 11, 2019 1:56 pm
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Re: Another successful migration to a 2018 Mac mini

I am actually using a W800usb 41032, not a W800RF32 (I forgot that died and I replaced it). That is likely the source of confusion, sorry. The new one uses the FTDI driver, and the version Apple supplies with the current OS (Mojave) is working for me. So it’s not that I don’t have a driver, it’s just that I didn’t install it, it came with the OS. The newer model is available from these guys.

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How are you connecting to the W800RF32 without installing any drivers? I have been using the USA-19HS but that seems to require the Tripp Lite drivers.

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Wed Aug 21, 2019 10:39 am
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Re: Another successful migration to a 2018 Mac mini

Ah, got it. Thank you.

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