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  • Submitted: Oct 12 2012 07:45 PM
  • Last Updated: Oct 12 2012 07:45 PM
  • File Size: 10.81MB
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  • Downloads: 23,381
  • Compatible with 10.5.x Leopard: Yes
  • Compatible with 10.6.x Snow Leopard: Yes
  • Compatible with 10.7.x Lion: Yes
  • Compatible with 10.8.x Mountain Lion: Yes
  • Compatible with 10.9.x Mavericks: Unkown
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Download 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)

By N{censored}12495

Thanks for N{censored}12495.
Oct 14 2012 11:14 AM
Dont Mention it Friend :)
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
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
Oct 15 2012 03:24 PM
"Kernel Cache"=/amd arch=i386 -v
cheers :)
Thanks, this is very good:encouragement:

Mobo: GA-EX58-UD5 F13
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
Oct 19 2012 05:11 AM
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
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.:)