TABLE OF CONTENTS
- The workaround:
Currently Apple machines equipped with M1 chips are not officially supported by LucidLink.
There is an interim workaround, which can be run at your own risk on Apple M1 machines.
You need to install the latest version of MacFUSE and allow it in Security Preferences. More information on managing system extensions on Apple M1 machines can be found here: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT211860.
If you have devices enrolled in MDM you can authorize remote management of kernel extensions automatically and change the security policy to allow MacFUSE. Below are the steps for manual change of the Security settings.
1. Switch your Apple system in Recovery mode.
You need to switch your system in Recovery mode. More information can be found here: https://support.apple.com/en-au/guide/mac-help/mchl82829c17/mac
From completely shut down system press and hold the power button until you see “Loading startup options” (approx. 10 seconds). Click Options, then click Continue.
When requested, enter the password for an administrator account. Then click "Next"
2. Select Security Policy under Startup Security Utility.
3. Select Reduced Security.
Select Reduced Security and "Allow user management of kernel extensions from identified developers" and click OK and load MacOS as usual.
4. Install MacFUSE and update System Preferences.
Go to https://osxfuse.github.io/ and download the latest release of macFUSE. Then install it. Once installation completes you will get notified that you need to update System Preferences.
Go to Security & Privacy and allow apps downloaded from App Store and identified developers.
Restart your system.
5. Install latest version of Lucid.
Install latest version of Lucid and start it as usual.