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Chimera 2.0 Now Available with iMessage Login Fix

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I installed this latest version and my iMessages seems to be working fine but now when I boot I need to unplug my display and plug it back in to see my login page. I'm pretty new to this so is there something I messed up? I am running a HD5870 without any mods, I just plugged and played.
 
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I still can not log into iMessage. Help me!!!
 
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Works great! iMessage logs in fine and it also fixed my bluetooth issue!
 
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Installed this and iMessage still doesn't work. iCloud does, however.
 

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Article: Chimera 2.0 Now Available with iMessage Login Fix

In Terminal:

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sudo rm -f [COLOR=#3E3E3E]boot.log boot-1.log[/COLOR]
 
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Article: Chimera 2.0 Now Available with iMessage Login Fix

OMG...I have been an idiot.... Figured out the reason I could not boot from anything but my USB install stick was because I already had installed a boot loader when I ran multi beast the first time. Such a simple thing but if I removed the USB and went hands off it boot right up with no issues. Everything works, sleep, USB 3.0, iMessage, everything.

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Article: Chimera 2.0 Now Available with iMessage Login Fix

In Terminal:

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sudo rm -f [COLOR=#3E3E3E]boot.log boot-1.log[/COLOR]

Thanks but I know how to remove them.
Problem is that they are created after every boot. Even when I made them hidden they are unhidden again after a reboot.
I just don't want to see them in the root, at least not visible in Finder.

BiTRiP.
 

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Thanks but I know how to remove them.
Problem is that they are created after every boot. Even when I made them hidden they are unhidden again after a reboot.
I just don't want to see them in the root, at least not visible in Finder.

BiTRiP.
Those files aren't part of Chimera. They must be from something else you have installed.
 
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Article: Chimera 2.0 Now Available with iMessage Login Fix

Those files aren't part of Chimera. They must be from something else you have installed.

Hmm....are you sure? Because I really think they are. The logs are also starting with this info:

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DATE: 2013-03-27 TIME: 22:16:26

Chimera 2.0.1 (svn-r2109) [2013-02-19 23:42:16]

BiTRiP
 
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