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Chameleon 2.2svn r2117 1.0

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MD5 (Chameleon-2.2svn-r2117.pkg) = 6c70a20d9e810a664b9525660712a141

New: KernelPatcher.dylib module. Default to using the kernel cache. You must use the kernel patcher module to use both the kernel cache and /Extra/Extensions at the same time.




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It is obvious, for the moment Chameleon is still not adapted to Mountain Lion.As OSX Lion, Mountain Lion was made ??to use the caches, which are not only made to start more quickly.Imagine or consider that it's possible to not use the Kernel Cache is heresy.

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It supports kernel cache for a long time. The new module allows use of both the kernel cache and /Extra/Extensions at the same time.

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Indeed, it is possible to use the flag "Kernel Cache = Yes" for a long time, but it does not mean that it works well with Mountain Lion 10.8.0 or 10.8.2, especially with 10.8.2.I'm not an expert, but attempting to create a Chameleon bootloader or another one usable with OSX 10.5.0 and OSX 10.8.2 seems to me trying to use a software designed to work with a Commodore 64 PC with a modern PC.OSX 10.5.0 and 10.8.2 are so different.

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It is write "The KernelPatcher module provides patches for the following:*Enables the use of the kernelcache with /Extra/Extensions and /Extra/Extensions.mkext"So What about the kernelcache with /S/L/E in Mountain Lion ????May you explain fastbrown i don't understand Thanks ;)

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So What about the kernelcache with /S/L/E in Mountain Lion ????

This is nonsense. Why would someone use kernelcache AND system kexts individually?

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Thanks for answer fastbrown may be i'm an idiot but i still don't understand how to use the KernelPatcher module.in my folder Extra are only "dsdt.aml" , "org.chameleon.Boot.plist" , "SMbios.plist" and module "klibc.dylib" (chameleon and Extra are on a separate partition at the begenning of the HDD).So if i install the KernelPatcher module : Did i still need to use the flag "UseKernelCache = Yes" to load KernelCache from S/L/E or Chameleon load it automatically ?Did Chameleon still use "dsdt.aml" , "org.chameleon.Boot.plist" , "SMbios.plist" and module "klibc.dylib" in my Extra ?I don't have any Kext in my Extra Folder and want to use Mountain Lion 10.8.2 like it was build for, that is to say using the Cache in S/L/E.Sorry to be so idiot but i didn't found clear explanation.Many thanks in advance for your clear answer. :confused:

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