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How do change the initial boot screen with my own set of default icons?

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How do change the initial boot screen with my own set of default icons?


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Thank you MaLd0n. I spoke too soon. I was on 1.6. I got the latest now and it is sweet.
It lets me enjoy my own boot screen. Too many kexts loaded. I will have to make another CD with only minimal kexts since I run Vanilla.

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this is awesome, I've been wanting to make a custom BCD for my AMD setup for snow leopard for sometime, thx for this!

note: it's for an phenom on an xfx nforce btw, I've already made a successful boot 132 BCD for 10.5.8

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This is actually really convient and easy to use. If I'm correct in saying this, this could be used to create a bootcd to install SL on an AMD machine with the right kernel. :D


did you make one for AMD successfully yet?

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Thnx for this, i just replaced the cdboot from BootCDMaker.app/Contents/Resources/loaders/chameleon/usr/standalone/i386 , with the one from chimera r877 and add my extra folder from SL installation in BootCDMaker.app/Contents/Resources/Preboot, builded the cd and was able to install Lion DP4 with no issues at all. works great. Thnx a lot. Regards

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BootCDMaker hanged in my case on running "say" in it's shell scripts. Environment is 10.6.7. If anybody will experience the same problem, consider of adding something like 'alias say=echo' (missing quotes) in very begining of BootCDMaker's main shell script (and legacy one, if you use it ever).





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