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Final Chameleon-2.1 RTM 2069 4 10.5- 10.8 Updated 1.0

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Official Chameleon Revision Supports upto 10.8.x

Chameleon-2.1-r2069.pkg.zip is an Installer Package to Update Your Bootloader [Won't Update EFI] (Recommended for Users)

Chameleon-2.1-r2069.iso.zip is a Preboot Image File to Install OS X (Not Recommended for Users)

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hey N{censored} I'm having some issues installing your 10.7.3 v2 it restarts before i can get to the installer...

Also wil this work for AMD?

My setup

ASRock A785GM-LE AM2 Socket

AMD Athlon 64 x2 5200+

4GB Ram

ASUS Nvidia GeForce 8400 Gs 1GB DDR3

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UPDATE: I confirm that it works for the ABOVE setup

Although I used iAtkos L2 instead of N{censored}'s Distro

Bootflags -legacy arch=i386 -v npci=0x3000

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I definitely do not understand why it is written about "kernel Cache" option "for Lion only."I tried both options with Mountain Lion.With "UseKernelCache = Yes" Mountain Lion boot faster and everything works perfectly.Without "UseKernelCache = Yes" Mountain Lion boot more slowly and you lose time to reboot for the HDD are displayed in the right place.Moral: use the flag "UseKernelCache = Yes" with Mountain Lion

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Hi Paul

Apple Introduce Kernel Cache Method Instead of Kext Cache In The Release of mountain Lion

KernelCache is a Way More Fasterthan Kext Cache but Chameleon could load some extra kexts with Kext Cache which is not possible with kernel cache

So Every Kext Must be Included in /S/L/E Instead of /E/E in Lion and ML

But I Have Personally Noted Some Injection Kexts arent Working Good With Kernel Cache

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HI N{censored}Like i said before, i tried the both options and don't notice Kexts don't working good or are not loadedFor all the kexts are loaded using the flag "UseKernelCache = Yes" with Mountain Lion it need to use a properly configured DSDT.In this case there are no problems at all using KernelCache.:)

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For all the kexts are loaded using the flag "UseKernelCache = Yes" with Mountain Lion it need to use a properly configured DSDT.
Except for people who have a motherboard with UEFI Bios, but it's not true for all UEFI Motherboard.And for all motherboard it's need to use the good FakeSMC Kext witch is that of (Kozlek branch) V7https://github.com/kozlek/HWSensors:)

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Sorry i gorget to tell it need also the good SMbios.plist that which corresponds to the socket of the Motherboard used and not the one you prefer.That's all folks :rolleyes:

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It was a noble idea of creating a unified version of Chameleon, as Benetton with colors, but (sorry for very old people who are still using OSX 10.5) Chameleon-2.1svn-r2070 is more efficient with Mountain Lion

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Although it is an open source, as it is not the final version, designers should indicate Chameleon RTM like this : Chameleon-2.1svn-r2070 RTMI'm kidding of course :)

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Hello im haveing a huge problem here anytime i try to start mac osx from the chameleon v2.1svn r2069 my computer reboots? IDK what to do ? I have done a couple intel laptops but this one is my desktop

Here are the specs-

Motherboard :GIGABYTE GA-78LMT-USB3 AM3+ AMD 760G HDMI USB 3.0 Micro ATX AMD

Processor: AMD FX-6100 Six-Core Processor, 3300 Mhz, 6 Core(s), 6 Logical Processor(s)

Memory 16GB DDR3 1660

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NVM the above post i got it to install useing rd(0,0)/extra/modbin_kernel and -force64

but after install i cant get it to boot it comes up with a read and write error Please help its the last step!!!

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Hi! Explain to me why I can not install any Chameleon RC5, including this one, always produces an error: Can not install some files. Contact the manufacturer. Tried a lot of different options to set the options. The result is 0. Place on a working 10.5.8 and as a boot to install Lion from a flash drive.

????

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I've been wanting to ask. I'm getting a boot0 error...Is there a Chameleon that has an option to get rid of that for Lion OSX?

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same error here. boot0:GPT. tried everything but invain (boot1h copy, re install boot loader. chameleon..... any work around??

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Strangely Disk Speed test shows a severe degradation of INPUT/OUTPUT performance on my MPRO with SSD compared to Chameleon 2.1svn 2059. I dont understand what happened to 2069. Any idea ? Maybee i missed something ...

Anyways, went back to 2059 for now.

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I also have a lot of problems with this version of Chameleon.I'll have to redo a clean install using a different version, but for the moment I do not have time.The Chameleon programeurs need to look seriously at their new version.:eek:

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