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Boot USB OS X Yosemite (Chameleon).pkg V1


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This is the first USB Installer for OS X Yosemite 10.10 WITH CHAMELEON R2377 Adapted to OS X 10.10

Thanks to the CHAMELEON Team and big big Thanks to oldnapalm FOR the right Boot flag and boot file

A SUPER BIG thanks to Pike R. Alpha for the work again

Extra folder/ smbios.plist/ org.chameleon.boot.plist /Extra Extensions

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the kernel is included on the installer and the boot flag is included on the boot plist

You have also all extension fILE for booting your USB Installation OS X 10.10

What You need !

USB 8gig

Installer OS X Yosemite.app

---GUIDE ---

Rename Your Installer OS X Yosemite.app

to

Install OS X Mavericks.app

and move it to Applications, remove temporairly the original Installer Mavericks 10.9 if you have one

Format your usb drive Mac os extend Journalise / GUID

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And run the installer on your usb drive like this and clic continue

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Now you have bootable usb drive OS X 10.10

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After the installation, reboot with your USB drive on the installation; go to Utility /terminal and type this

cp -R /Volumes/USB/mach_kernel /Volumes/OSX

Quit Teminal Utility and quit Installation

( PS: On my case the installer is USB and my install volume is OSX )

Reboot to your new install volume with the USB drive and finish your installation

PS: I made new Installer soon for the post installation

GOOD HACK !




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it gives me KERNEL COMPRESSION IS BAD if i install chameleon after the installation into my Yosemite HDD.

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it gives me KERNEL COMPRESSION IS BAD if i install chameleon after the installation into my Yosemite HDD.

I was able to finally boot using kernel cache by doing this:

open?/usr/standalone/BootCaches.plist ?and change "Izvn" on "Preferred Compression" key to ""Izss"

then go to terminal and type:

sudo -s

hit enter

sudo kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel -all-loaded

then hit enter again

sudo kextcache -v 1 -a i386 -a x86_64 -m /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/Extensions.mkext -z /System/Library/Extensions/

you're done

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I was able to finally boot using kernel cache by doing this:

open?/usr/standalone/BootCaches.plist ?and change "Izvn" on "Preferred Compression" key to ""Izss"

then go to terminal and type:

sudo -s

hit enter

sudo kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel -all-loaded

then hit enter again

sudo kextcache -v 1 -a i386 -a x86_64 -m /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/Extensions.mkext -z /System/Library/Extensions/

you're done

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Hi Victor Souza

Tks for your solution.

I has get same problem "KERNEL COMPRESSION IS BAD" then I try your solution, That problem has gone, but I get another panic :

Unable to find driver for this platform: \"ACPI\"

I can boot success with flag -f . But it need more time to rebuild cache. What I can do ?

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