Congratulations, you have installed OS X on your PC! However, you work is still not entirely done: in order to make the process as generic as possible, we intentionally left some kexts (drivers) out of the installation. The more generic the configuration is – the more different configurations out there can be served by OSXLatitude. Now it’s time to optimize your machine with specific configuration files and kexts fitting your computer. For this task you will use the OSXL Extended Driver Package (EDP in short)!
Setting up EDP
- Remove your USB boot stick since you will not need it anymore. Now and in future you will boot from the device (HD or SSD) you chose installing, where OS X and the Chameleon bootloader reside now.
- First you will need to define your User account using the user setup from Apple. Just follow the steps and fill out the required information.
- After you finished the user setup, the OS X desktop will appear. If your computer is connected to Internet, you should have the Internet connection by now. Try it. If you don’t have a working ethernet connection, make a topic on our forum. An internet connection is needed to download the latest EDP files.
- Download our Install EDP.app, from our download page.
- Run the app from the Install EDP.dmg, it will run all tasks automatically. After installation, it will popup the question if you want to run EDP.
- Choose Yes. If you want to run it later, you can find the EDP application in /Applications.
- A terminal window will popup, that asks for your password. In order to run EDP, the application should be runned as root. So the password is needed.
- EDP is now starting up our built-in webserver. If will automatically popup a window with our APP inside. If it doesn’t work, open Safari and go directly to http://127.0.0.1:11250.
- Go to Config and choose for ‘Build from model database’. From now on, it should be easy to finish EDP!
Congratulations! OS X is installed on your system and configured perfect with our EDP framework!
If you have any problems during the post installation, feel free to create a topic on our forum.