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Beautifying Chameleon with two lines of code

June 19th, 2011

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Chameleon is undoubtedly the favorite bootloader among hackintosh users and dual-booters alike. With native support for OS X, Windows, and Linux, an eye-catching selection screen, and support for advanced boot flags, Chameleon does it all. Version 2 saw vast aesthetic improvements over version 1, ditching the command line for a graphical user interface (GUI). One […]

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Change The Name Of An Untitled Windows Partition

July 17th, 2009

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If you’re dual-booting OS X and a more recent version of Windows, you’ll likely have noticed that your Windows partition is labeled “Untitled” in OS X. I’m anal about these sort of things and this bothers me to no end, so I began searching for a way to change the name to something more descriptive. […]

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Booting Ubuntu Linux with the Chameleon bootloader

May 16th, 2009

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***Credit goes out to RCC2k7 over Ubuntu Forums. He wrote the instructions; I just made them easy to find.*** Ubuntu and Chameleon: wouldn’t it be great if they got along? You could completely ditch Windows and simply run Linux and Mac OS X. By default, you are unable to do so. ┬áThe issue lies with […]

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DailyBlogged/Inspiron 1525 Chameleon Theme

May 2nd, 2009

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After finally getting my laptop back from Dell’s repair depot and having time to settle back down, I decided to get to the long awaited task of developing Chameleon themes. Before I get into everything, let me just say that this is my first theme so don’t be too critical. Anyway, for my first one […]

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