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Boot-132 is a bootloader provided by Apple for loading the XNU kernel.

The loader was used in the Apple Developer Transition Kit PC rented to software developers during the Apple–Intel transition. This bootloader is not used on Intel Macs, instead boot.efi is used.

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 earlier versions of Apple boot.

The Boot-132 method

The Boot-132 method was first proposed by David Elliott in 2007.


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