User:Outragedtony/Creating Chameleon Boot Media

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Note: Chameleon 2 has not been finally released, and this document is not part of the official Chameleon Documentation. Information is still incomplete, subject to change and written for current RC4. To comment and help improving this guide, please use only this post.

This guide explains how to create CD's and USB drives booting Chameleon 2 with different operating systems. Basic understanding about how Chameleon works is expected. Before creating the boot media,

Also you will need a Chameleon-folder customized

Bootable CD



1. Set up your Chameleon files in a folder, with cdboot at its root (see ^^) 2. Get the open-source burning tool InfraRecorder 3. Select Data CD and add Chameleon files (Extra folder & cdboot) 4. Go to File -> Project Properties -> Boot 5. Add Chameleon's cdboot and set Emulation Type to "None" 7. Burn the cd


Linux 1. Make a folder, lets call it iso

2. Set up your Chameleon files inside the iso folder:

    * cdboot
    * /Extra/Extensions/<your kexts>
    * Themes, smbios.list, (with rescan=yes) and so on inside /Extra

3. From one folder above iso, run the following command:

# mkisofs -R -b cdboot -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -o chameleon.iso iso

4. Burn chameleon.iso

Bootable USB Drives



===Linux=== .


Edit .plist files with Windows


===USB key as kext testing ground=== . . . . . . . . . . . .

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