I just recieved my new MacBook Pro and I went to install all my favorite programs and I noticed that Soundflower doesn’t work.
After some troubleshooting I recieve this error when I try to load the Extension.
$ sudo kextload -t Soundflower.kext
kernel extension Soundflower.kext has problems:
"Kext claims an executable file but it doesn’t exist" = true
I downloaded the source and opened it in Xcode I was able to build the project agains despite some errors concerning Absolute time. But the freshly built kext returns the same error when loaded.
I rely only Soundflower to record my podcast and would greatly apprecate any help.
Make sure you are building this Universal. I heard there’s a
checkbox in Xcode…
When you run the file command on the kext, does it say the binary has
I’m also not convinced that there aren’t any endian issues.
Thanks for the quick response but it appears that I do have Xcode configured for Intel binaries.
I haven’t got the ability to help, but I have an iMacIntel and miss soundflower very much too.
I really hope someone (bjdraw?) will find a solution and can build a Universal version… and make it accessible for incapable guys, like me.
Here is a website that will tell you how to build Soundflower for Intel. You have to have Xcode installed and you need the source code. (both are free)
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