Logicpro8_user, on Oct 15 2011, 03:38 AM, said:
weird, mine is installed ok, and installed the recovery update ok. BUT aim m having a problem! I turn Find My Mac on in iCloud then when I reboot its turns itself off.... weird!
I haven't tried booting into it..... I take it it won't work anyway as it has a boot.efi.
I suspect that what may be happening is this.
If you have it Recovery HD etc. and you can select Find My Mac in iCloud then Recovery HD is certainly being used.
Then 1 of 2 things may happen:
1. As the Recovery HD is NOT normally visible from any system, some sort of configuration file is written to it.
You could check this by enabling the option and then checking before reboot.
2.Its more than likely put into the NVRAM as a boot parameter.
1.Then when you reboot it actually loads the Recovery HD and sets up Find My Mac and then continues to load as normal.
2. Reboot reads the NVRAM and sets a flag in Recover HD and continues...
Of course on a real Mac all this happens but on a hack it just reboots to your normal system and the setting gets turned off.
More than likely its number 2 though.
Could be a future option for Chameleon if we can find out what it actually does.