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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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Chameleon Bootloader v2 RC4 installation guide

December 13th, 2009

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Update: Due to issues with Chameleon RC4 when upgrading Snow Leopard, this guide has been reverted back to Chameleon RC3. **Post updated with Chameleon RC4 files** Chameleon, the widely used bootloader among hackintosh users, is out with yet another update. This latest version ditches that ugly, white text/black background and upgrades to 100% sexy. In […]

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Chameleon RC3 is out- Now with Snow Leopard support

September 13th, 2009

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Without gaining much attention, another update was released for the widely popular Chameleon bootloader. This time, it was updated to RC3 (still no final release yet). This update doesn’t bring too many enhancements although one that it does bring is important. The main change is support for Snow Leopard. This means that users no longer […]

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Chameleon RC2… It’s here

July 26th, 2009

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As you can probably guess from the title of this post, Chameleon RC2 was released as an update to the previously released Chameleon RC1 (No sh*t?). Because the RC2 doesn’t boast that many new features, just a couple on important bug fixes and a couple additions that the average user won’t notice or use, we […]

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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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