How to install Mac OS X Lion on your Hackintosh with Unibeast
If you're interested in running Mac OS X, but you don't want to pay ridiculous prices for a normal Mac, then a Hackintosh just might be for you. Right now, the newest iteration of Mac OS X is 10.7, known as Lion. We've already covered installing Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), but unlike Snow Leopard, Lion doesn't include an installation DVD, which complicates matters. While tonymacx86's guide on installing Lion is very good, it's also very basic, just like his Snow Leopard guide. This guide follows tonymacx86's method, but it also attempts to explain every part of the process in detail, from start to finish (with pictures, thanks to Virtualbox).
NOTE: Mac OS X Lion has several new hardware requirements, compared to Snow Leopard. Lion is a 64-bit operating system, meaning that old 32-bit processors like Intel Pentium no longer work. Additionally, AMD processors do not work with Lion because there is no legacy kernel.
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