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Chameleon USB OSX Install, made from Linux (need help!)

09 January 2013 - 04:58 PM

Hi Everybody!

I've got a teensy issue and could use some advice (please and thank you).

So, on my Linux box I can set up a GPT table, partition one (or two) HFS partitions, transfer the OSX files (sans bootcamp, et al) and then put the Chameleon boot files on the whole thing.

This works, to a point. Chameleon boots (via the USB drive, woot!), but only shows me the hard-drive paritions on the PC which I've booted as selectable options.

How do I get it to show the OSX-installer disc data? I'm sure it's some small, easy, silly thing which I'll kick myself for having missed...

Any help appreciated.

Using Chameleon 2.0, and OSX 10.6.3, and an 8GB LaCie ItsAKey USB drive.

Thanks in advance.
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