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Dec
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comment Can I boot to a different Mac OS X partition from the command line?
I found one caveat; you'll need to run it as the root user.
Dec
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accepted Can I boot to a different Mac OS X partition from the command line?
Dec
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comment Can I boot to a different Mac OS X partition from the command line?
@Gordon Davisson This should be an answer; I would have accepted it. I will accept Diago's instead.
Dec
4
comment How do I detect and install a Wifi adapter in Debian?
Unfortunately Debian media won't boot from the laptop, hence why I cloned from another computer.
Nov
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Oct
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asked How do I detect and install a Wifi adapter in Debian?
Oct
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asked Can I boot to a different Mac OS X partition from the command line?
Oct
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accepted Why might a hard drive spin down then spin back up intermittently?
Oct
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accepted Is it possible to run Mac OS X 10.5 as a virtual machine on my Mac OS X 10.6 install?
Oct
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revised Is it possible to run Mac OS X 10.5 as a virtual machine on my Mac OS X 10.6 install?
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Oct
4
comment Is it possible to run Mac OS X 10.5 as a virtual machine on my Mac OS X 10.6 install?
Correction, not a CD, it's a DVD "hardware bundle" -- "not to be sold separately".
Oct
4
comment Is it possible to run Mac OS X 10.5 as a virtual machine on my Mac OS X 10.6 install?
My host is 10.6.4 also (on Mac mini 32-bit). Using the Snow Leopard DVD with BETA1 I've finally managed to get to the Welcome screen - hurrah! The text displayed before that was a little scary, something about a BUG (I guess an assertation failed). However, I haven't tried to fully install yet so I might be speaking too soon. Also, I had to change the LAN mode from NAT to Bridged (because of some VirtualBox network error code). I have also tried using the Macbook 10.5 CDs but this brings me to the EFI shell; I guess the disk isn't supported?
Oct
4
comment Is it possible to run Mac OS X 10.5 as a virtual machine on my Mac OS X 10.6 install?
With 3.2.8 did you need to disable the EFI option?
Oct
4
comment Is it possible to run Mac OS X 10.5 as a virtual machine on my Mac OS X 10.6 install?
Also, did you have the option for "Mac OS X" (desktop) as well as "Mac OS X Server"? I guess I'll find out tonight :)
Oct
4
comment Is it possible to run Mac OS X 10.5 as a virtual machine on my Mac OS X 10.6 install?
BTW - Second image link is broken.
Oct
4
comment Is it possible to run Mac OS X 10.5 as a virtual machine on my Mac OS X 10.6 install?
The DVD is for Intel Mac - I also tried using the Snow Leopard disk (which works fine for my Intel Mac mini). I will try VirtualBox beta tonight.
Oct
3
comment Is it possible to run Mac OS X 10.5 as a virtual machine on my Mac OS X 10.6 install?
By the way, if I choose "Mac OS X Server" and disable the EFI option, then insert my Mac OS X 10.5 disk (not server), it reads the disk for a second, then I see "FATAL: No bootable medium found! System halted."
Oct
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comment Is it possible to run Mac OS X 10.5 as a virtual machine on my Mac OS X 10.6 install?
Which VM type did you choose? I chose Mac OS X Server and had no success. Is your disk for the desktop or server version?
Oct
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comment Is it possible to run Mac OS X 10.5 as a virtual machine on my Mac OS X 10.6 install?
Hmm, maybe this will do it? sysprobs.com/…