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Leopard Live DVD for Apple computers?


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I was thinking that apple runs mac from firewire drives at the applestore's, and they have a tool that anyone could buy. I was thinking of this, but then saw the live DVD project. Does anyone have a guide for genuine apple computers for Live DVD's? Preferably single layer, but can be dual layer if absolutely needed. Thanks so much and sorry if this has been asked before.

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I remember seeing one floating around somewhere... look around for torrents.

I remember burning one which contained iPartition

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I was hoping to make a legal one with my own stuff, but I'll look around.

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I've got an LIVE DVD (Leopard version) which was created by man fanatics. I've used it to boot up both Tiger and Leopard machines (imacs, macbook, macbook pro etc.). The purpose of the disc is for easy maintainence on mac setups. Maybe we could modify for our own rigs? I've tried it on my rig but no go. With a boot-132 disc, it boots up but without the proper kext, i only managed to get garbage on screen.

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