Lion has been here for a while. And my games PenguinLinks 2 were out as well. Now it’s time to upgrade my hackintosh to the latest OSX — Lion.
In my previous post — A Perfect Hackintosh Machine, I have described how I installed Snow Leopard on my almost-4-years-old, but still pretty decent desktop. And installing Lion is pretty similar.
(Disclaimer: The following process potentially violates Apple’s End User License Agreement for Mac OS X. Please check the Aggreement before following these steps.)
To make things less complicated, I decided to do a fresh install and then migrate all my stuff from Time Machine backup (that’s one of many reasons why I love TM!). The whole installation process is actually very easy — thanks to this really good tutorial: Lion installation via USB stick using Chameleon, DP4, GM and FINAL. I just followed the guide and after about …