We are currently testing Winclone with macOS 11 Big Sur. As we continue to test we will update and report issues that are being addressed.
- 2018 MacBookAir8,1 with Apple T2 Security Chip
- macOS 11.0 Beta
- Winclone 9 Pre-beta Build 48132
Current Issues Observed
There are issues in “Creating a Boot Camp partition” in Disk Utility which causes an issue with Winclone packages. This is due to the system partition not being mounted by default. In order to create a partition in Disk Utility, the partition must be mounted. To do this:
- Open Disk Utility, select the unmounted System Partition, and identify the device identifier (e.g. disk1s1) as shown above.
- Open Terminal and mount using the “diskutil mount” command using the identifier found above. For example:
diskutil mount disk1s1
Disk Utility can then be used to create a new partition.
Some actions, like saving an image, are taking longer with Big Sur, but all major functions continue to work.
If you would like to test the Winclone pre-beta as we prepare for the official release for Big Sur your issues can be reported on the Winclone Beta Issues page.
Note that the Winclone pre-beta will expire prior to release of Big Sur. Use of the pre-beta is intended for testing only and for non-critical operations to confirm that any compatibility issues can be addressed prior to the official release.