I just downloaded the "Server Admin Tools" from Apple. When I try to install it from the
ServerAdminTools.pkg I get the usual "hello" and "read license" screens from the installer. When it comes to the page where it asks me to "select a destination", choose a hard-disk, it tells me that my primary disk cannot be chosen:
Server Administration Software can't be installed on this disk. You don't have permission to install the software on this disk.
I am working as "admin" and I usually get prompted to give my password in a similar situation with other software. I know the UNIX permission system but it seems I still haven't figured out how Apple adopted it...
Thanks to the answer of Marcin, I tried his suggestion. Turns out, the problem remains:
macbook-pro:temp me$ sudo installer -pkg ServerAdminTools.pkg -target / installer: Cannot install on volume / because it is disabled. installer: You don’t have permission to install the software on this disk.
How do I enable the disk then for installation of this, apparently holy, package?