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I've successfully installed Snow Leopard on my Hackintosh, but there is no Extensions.mkext under /System/Library. Did Apple change the location of this file? I added some PlugIns and want to compile the kernel extension cache. How can I do that in SL? TIA.

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/System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/Extensions.mkext

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I've successfully installed Snow Leopard on my Hackintosh, but there is no Extensions.mkext under /System/Library. Did Apple change the location of this file? I added some PlugIns and want to compile the kernel extension cache. How can I do that in SL? TIA.

/System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup/Extensions.mkext

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I added some PlugIns and want to compile the kernel extension cache. How can I do that in SL? TIA.


I've been using Kext Utility.

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I've been using Kext Utility.


Kext Utility is a godsend, particularly since Snow is so {censored} particular with permissions. Any deviation and I get kernel panics on boot.





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