Convert your ISO image into a Mac native disk image: hdiutil convert -format UDRW -o my-file my-file.iso Insert a USB stick into your Mac and get the device path by running: diskutil list In my case it’s /dev/disk2. Please take extra care when identifying the USB disk, as you might otherwise delete your entire harddrive! … [Read more…]
Today I wanted to burn a .dmg file, but I didn’t have an Apple computer available. So, running Linux I started to google for a solution, and found one. You need the dmg2img tool, which can be downloaded from http://vu1tur.eu.org/tools/, if it’s not available as a pre-built package for your Linux distribution. On Ubuntu you … [Read more…]
Just installed the latest Ubuntu (10.04 LTS) on an old iBook G4 (1.4 Ghz, 1Gb Memory) and everything worked out of the box :) It feels alot faster than OSX :) Not sure if I’m gonna keep it running Linux or re-install Leopard.