Solution to fix if you mess up with /L/E and got a kernel panic

So I was trying to install VoodooTSCSync.kext to /L/E and after the reboot I got kernel panic with Voodoo kext. Can't boot into OS or safe mode. So I decided to boot to installation .

In terminal with these commands line I was be able to boot it again without a problem.
mv /Volumes/"Mac"/Library/Extensions/VoodooTSCSync.kext /Volumes/"Mac"

chown -v -R root:wheel /Library/Extensions

kextcache -I /

Note: These are 3 commands line that I was using to fix the problem so I'm not sure which one is the right one so......

Replace "Mac" with your actually volumes

You can type

Ls /Volumes

to check the name

Change the name of the kext you think it was causing kernel panic

Pls note that this is only fix for those who installed kext into /L/E only not a solution for those who has kernel panic with their kexts

I hope this can help someone who is having the issue like me and don't want to install macOS again

submitted by /u/PennywiseIlkauk
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