Hy guys... we need to clear things up...
Gringo, did you checked the archive you removed?!...
or have you done just like i did to the very first package BlackOSX posted
If not, take a look at the one attached to this post; i had it hosted at my Mediafire account and linked on my sig;
i stopped doing so, since this topic was created, but i'm starting to regret that decision, because:
- the download link in the topic is only available to registered users
- we are not working as a team (my fault too)
Explaining the package:
- it uses Chameleon-2.0-RC4-r684-bin.tar.gz
- so far, all i've added in was Netkas fakesmc.kext and a Readme.rtf (from which i removed all references to my self)
This is how i update the package lately...:
- compile the booter with default settings, which produces a boot0 which in fact is boot0hfs
- run the very noobish script, attached to this post
Note: the script is just an example; i didn't even cleaned or renamed it for posting!
- delete the "old" boot0hfs (from previous package creation) and rename "new" boot0 to boot0hfs
- compile the booter again, this time removing the * check from "boot0 HFS prefered" option (make config)
- run the script again
... think you guys get the point.
So, my ideas are:
- stick with some kind of package/script (my preference).
- posting only updated files; we can post all the booter files individually, themes on a package, etc...
and only update changed files. The advantage is obvious but (there's always one
), this forces us to
really pay attention to what was changed or not (that's why i've preferred the package/script way so far).
- i'd also like to know your opinion on the "link only available to registered users" thing; i know we're providing
a service to the forum users but, to my understanding this forum was created because there were little or no
conditions on Chameleon
blog to provide support to users, and the links there are accessible to anyone.
To make matters clear, i'm posting this as a means to get to a consensus on the best way to do this,
not to impose "my way". Pretty soon, i'm going to be busy with private life in a way that will make it impossible
for me to predict when i'm going to have free time, so if we don't start working as a team (as much as possible)
i prefer to go my own way, so i can be able to manage this hobbie according to my free time.
I was tempted to open the topic for public discussion, but i don't think it's necessary; the intention is to discuss
and delete the posts. If any user has a really good or revolutionary idea, just pm it.
Waiting on feedback...
p.s.: Gringo, BlackOSX, we may have another solution, a really good idea;
i'll contact you guys when it's certain or done. If you get very very curious, pm me