Mac OS X Development Development and discussion on the latest hackintosh drivers and methods.
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Meklort - a request! - 04-28-2010, 10:56 AM
I like the NBI and NBM app.s and I absolutely think they are a fine way to install that it is very newbie friendly. Thank you so much for having taken the time and effort to make them and make netbooks so easy to hack.
However, I have done a few hackintoshes and am very happy with Chameleon, the usual tools for installing kexts etc and with the structure of a single "Extra" folder for kexts to be inserted at boot and a list of kexts that need to go into System/Library/Extensions.
It would be enormous help if you could upload a single "Extensions" folder with all the needed kexts for the Extra folder for the Mini 9 for the latest Snow Leopard and a folder with the patched kexts needed for S/L/E. This would really help me to put together a dedicated boot USB drive that I can use in case of emergency and for more complicated installs.
I have tried to work out the kexts from the installer packages you provide, but because there is a lot of patching that occurs on the fly it is not easy to construct a simple minimal list of the kexts actually needed.
I think also such a folder would make things easier for end users when they have issues or want to make a simple Chameleon based installation.
Finally, a list of patches made to the system areas by your installers would be fantastic - so that for those who like doing things manually can tailor things more easily.
I realise this might not be something that you have on your plans, but it would really be of benefit to users like myself and also help all users to understand what is going on when they run your applications.
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