Hi There. I have a 24-inch IMAC that needs more memory (RAM and HD). I have some rams and a hard disk installed on another Imac (2010) which apparently needs a new logic board. Do you guys know if I can install the rams and HD from the Imac 2010 into Imac 2008? Please advise. Thanks in advance!
Hey, having issues getting macs to authenticate users to 389-ds LDAP. Able to get them to mount file systems using automounter getting maps from the LDAP server but no user authentication.
My setup is 389-DS LDAP running on CentOS 6.7, no SSL. I have imported the apple.schema and the samba.schema
I think I already posted to your main forums question about this, but:
If the .dmg is good, then burning that to a DVD should end up being bootable. There's no settings, AFAIK, that need to be set to make it bootable. It either is - or you have a bad burn, so try again.
It must be on a dual-layer DVD, as the disk SHOULD make about 7.8 GB as a final DVD.
Assume that one that won't boot is a bad burn, so burn another copy, with another brand of DVD, etc.
You can choose to be surprised if the DVD does boot a Mac, as I have burned a lot of 10.5 coasters, leading to the conclusion that a burned DVD is not your best choice with Leopard.
My suggestion is to forget the DVD, and make a dedicated partition (8GB is great) on an external hard drive. Run Disk Utility, and restore that .dmg to the 7GB partition.
It . works . every . time and is a faster install, as well as being more reliable than the DVD will be.
Sorry to ask you this, i know its illegal but i need your help. Its about a dmg file of Leopard install dvd, i have it , but i want to burn it into a dvd in order to boot from my powerbook. Is there someway when burning it through eg. toast to make it bootable?
Thanks for the advice on the PrintMaster 4.0. I have the other program also. I teach school and have print shop and Print Explosion. I just Like PrintMaster better. I will try to figure it out, Maybe reinstall? thanks again.
DeltaMac, there's tons of questions and I didn't really need your help on that one about mac os x on that guys G4 laptop. But thanks anyway! There are a ton of other questions left there to answer, though.