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The loader was used in the Apple [[Developer Transition Kit]] PC rented to software developers during the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple%E2%80%93Intel_transition Apple–Intel transition]. This bootloader is not used on Intel Macs, instead [[boot.efi]] is used.  
 
The loader was used in the Apple [[Developer Transition Kit]] PC rented to software developers during the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple%E2%80%93Intel_transition Apple–Intel transition]. This bootloader is not used on Intel Macs, instead [[boot.efi]] is used.  
  
Source code for Boot-132 was released along with the XNU kernel in the 10.4.8 set of tarballs. Boot-132 was used with the last version of OS X for the DTK systems. Previous releases used boot-122 or [http://www.opensource.apple.com/source/ earlier versions] of Apple boot.
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Source code for Boot-132 was released allong with the XNU kernel in the 10.4.8 set of tarballs. Boot-132 was used with the last version of OS X for the DTK systems. Previous releases used boot-122 or [http://www.opensource.apple.com/source/ earlier versions] of Apple boot.
  
 
== Boot stages ==
 
== Boot stages ==

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