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Pod Farm 2 Plug ins no longer authorized in High Sierra macOS 10.13

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Hello,

 

 

I upgraded to High Sierra, I installed the latest license manager before the upgrade. 

 

I am not able to use the plug ins with High Sierra. I tried de-authorizing and re-authorizing but no go. Apparently they no longer work for Pro Logic either.

 

 

Please advise.

 

 

Thank you.

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Hello, 

The same problem in my case with Garageband.

And although the drivers installed it is't recognised by Line 6 monkey.

What to do?

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I received an email from line6 today about High Sierra.

 

Apple® has recently released macOS® 10.13 High Sierra, which has changed how some drivers are installed, including those from Line 6.

 

Regarding Line 6 installations, After you connect your device, please open the Security Control Panel and accept the Line 6 driver in order for your device to be recognized.

 

For more details on what to expect, please see our Knowledge Base article: macOS High Sierra 10.13 Driver Installation Change.

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

The Line 6 Team

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Received the e-mail too, neat.

But still no go.

I don't use a line 6 device anymore,(had a Guitarport, gave it to a friend).

My interface is a (still working) Microbook II.

In Sierra no problem, it started with High Sierra.

So?

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TwoNotes created a patch 

but it must be opened each time you use g band +pod farm 2 (inside g band > open the patch ) 

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