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One more way to create an OS X USB installation drive.

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Here is a shell script to create a bootable USB installation drive from Mac App Store copy of OS X which I've just written. This tool do the same as U{censored} http://www.{censored}.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=202, but I couldn't get work the last one.

To get started plug-in ur USB stick (u need more then 6.2 GB of space), put "Install OS X Mavericks.app" into /Applications directory and open the make.sh with Terminal. For more help, watch the video below (it's boring).

As a result u'll get all-in-one bootable USB drive that can also be used as a rescue boot drive for system recovery.

I belive I'll help somebody. Good luck.


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Yes, I do. This works as follows: I installed PC EFI onto flash drive with GUID Partition Table, then replaced "/path-to-usb/boot" with an extracted "boot" file from current version of Chameleon boot loader.

It works for loading OS X 10.7.X—10.9.X

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it would be very convenient for me and other "hackintoshers" to use these files:)
thanks so much for ur help =)


tell me precisely on private message ?how you would like the packages'm done, and it will make me happy to do it for you?


and the community?

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