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X58a-UD3R | 10.7.2 | 'boot' Unix Executable file in root
Hi there, first of all: thanks a million for Kakewalk!
I have been succesfully installing 10.7.2 as mentioned in the 'Successtories'
However, I have a question regarding the 'boot' (Unix Executable) file in my SSD root.
Is it normal that it is present after a succesfull install with Kakewalk? (4.1.1)
System won't boot without it obviously.
Is there a way to hide it? (cosmetic reasons) For example by flagging it invisible or rename it to .boot?
Thanks in advance!
open terminal. type in
chflags hidden /boot
and hit enter. Executable is now hidden.
I figured that, also found out it is the Chameleon bootfile...makes sense.
Had to 'sudo chflags hidden /boot' in order to make it work.
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