iKext 2.0
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By Deepak
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This is a simple, fast kernel extension (kext) installer that I created for personal use and thought I'd share with users here.

Its created following Apple's guidelines for installing extensions, meaning that it does not force-recreate caches like other kext installer utilities (which caused me some strange issues)



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