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A hacker by the handle of Brazil Mac created one of the earliest patching processes that made it convenient for users to install .This simplification made the Brazil Mac patch and its later revisions quickly the most popular choice for many distros.Up to the release of the 10.4.8 update, all OSx86 patches used the 10.4.4 kernel with the rest of the operating system at version 10.4.8.
Since v10.6.2 Nawcom, Qoopz, and Andy Vandijck have been working on Legacy kernel for unsupported CPUs.
After some changes were made to the Chameleon source code, it became possible to boot Lion with an updated version of Chameleon.
After a while Dmitrik also known as Bronzovka had luck with creating a kernel that supported AMD systems; after a few months (10.7.3 V2 With AMD Support) and i Atkos L2 (10.7.2 Only Intel) were released.
When "Snow Leopard" was released, Russian hacker netkas created a version of Chameleon that can boot Mac OS X v10.6.
The main problem was that many people were forced to modify DSDT or use kexts due to some specific issues.
On February 14, 2006, an initial "hack" of and again patches were released within two weeks that allowed users to install most of this update on non-Apple computers, although this did not include the updated kernel in 10.4.6.