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Anthony T Madison

Installed OK but can't boot without "Kernel Cache"=\amd

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Anthony T Madison

Is there a way to set this in the boot.plist? If so whats the proper way. Is there a way to eliminate the need for this flag all together?

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Berto Delacruz

You can set bootflags in charmeleon bootloader .

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Berto Delacruz

What bootloader are you using?CHARMELEON BOOTLOADERCLOVERCHIMERAETC...

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Anthony T Madison

Enoch. I can't figure out the correct way to add that boot flag. From my reading it seems like rits something that only applies to niresh's distro.please correct me if I'm wrong.

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Berto Delacruz

But have you install charmeleon bootloader before on your machine?

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Berto Delacruz

And im sorry im not to familiar with enoch

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Anthony T Madison

Enoch is a branch of Chameleon. my problem is that, to my knowledge, "Kernel Cache"=amd is not a standard boot flag. So my issue is what should the formatting be in the boot plist file.

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Berto Delacruz

i cant understand the question

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Anthony T Madison

what is the proper syntax for adding the flag "Kernel Cache"=/amd to the boot.plist so i do not have to type it every time.

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Berto Delacruz

Once you've managed to boot into your Hackintosh, you can make those boot flags permanent, so that they'll automatically be entered into the bootloader every time you start Mac OS X. To do so, go to /Extra in your hard drive and open the file "org.Chameleon.boot.plist" with TextEdit. Under the <key>Kernel Flags</key> sections, enter any boot flags that you think you'll need.

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Berto Delacruz

There you go .you can input all the bootflags you want so you dont have to input them everytime you restart the pc

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