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Old 09-21-2010, 06:17 PM
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Taisto Taisto is offline
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Exactly, the point in where you choose which kernel to load is your boot.plist file. If you open it, you'll see those lines :


And i think that this is the source of your problem. I see that you have a file named Chocolate_kernel, and i assume that your boot.plist file by default points to a file named mach_kernel - which is simply not there. Unless you were editing your boot file that is.

Just to check:

In bootloader, type in Chocolate_kernel and hit enter. If it boots, then try the following.

Main solution:

Simply edit your boot.plist file and replace "<string>mach_kernel</string>" with "<string>Chocolate_kernel</string>", or rename the kernel file back to mach_kernel. Hopefully that's the only problem and you'll be able to boot normally
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