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In Topic: Is it safe to Hackintosh?

01 November 2014 - 07:47 PM

Been doing it for 8 years.  No problems.

 

Apple knows about hackintoshes and they generally don’t care unless you try to make money from them.

 

The current version of OS X, Yosemite, and the past couple of versions as well, have special exceptions built in that allow some hackintosh software to function easily (AppleKextExcludeList.kext).

In Topic: OS X Yosemite DP's builds!

01 October 2014 - 11:32 AM

"sudo softwareupdate --ignore ThunderboltFirmwareUpdate1.2-1.2" didn't work for me.  This update just doesn't want to go away.

 

Go to Software Update in the Mac App Store.  On the “Update” button, right click and select “Hide Update”.

In Topic: Chameleon for Yosemite with LZVN cache support (ErmaC and updates by AnV)

29 September 2014 - 03:36 AM

 

remove: 

	<key>Kernel</key>
	<string>/System/Library/Kernels/kernel</string>

Yes, that did it.  The boot used the kernel cache once the kernel location was removed.  Thanks.

In Topic: Chameleon for Yosemite with LZVN cache support (ErmaC and updates by AnV)

29 September 2014 - 12:51 AM

try with -s boot then mount the drive /sbin/mount -uw

then kextcache -u thats how it states to build it in the DP read me.

Well, the real commands are:

 

/sbin/mount -uw /

/usr/sbin/kextcache -Boot -U /

 

-or-

 

mount -uw /

kextcache -Boot -U /

 

And, no, that did not help, but thanks for the suggestion.

 

Could it be that booting with -v also force it to skip cache. ( just guesssing) :D

Booting with -v does not ignore the kextcache.  Booting with -x does.

In Topic: Chameleon for Yosemite with LZVN cache support (ErmaC and updates by AnV)

28 September 2014 - 10:27 PM

Hmmm…something still wrong.

 

In Yosemite DP8:

Bootcaches.plist has compression set to lzvn

Boot.plist has kernel flag: kext-dev-mode=1

Used installer from Cham-Yos_v2400-ErmaC-AnV.zip from link above.

Executed command: sudo kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel -z

 

Still, when I boot Yosemite, it doesn’t use the kernel cache.

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