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[Guide] Install macOS Sierra 10.12.5 on GA-Z170X-Gaming 5

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Hi,
Can anyone tell me which Terminal commands to open (edit) and then close the Nvidia installer (.pkg) package?
I've had it and used it, but I've lost it...
Thanks.

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Hi,
Can anyone tell me which Terminal commands to open (edit) and then close the Nvidia installer (.pkg) package?
I've had it and used it, but I've lost it...
Thanks.

Sorry I don't know the command.



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Hi,
Can anyone tell me which Terminal commands to open (edit) and then close the Nvidia installer (.pkg) package?
I've had it and used it, but I've lost it...
Thanks.

Used Flat Package Editor but its does work anymore in HS

Works in Sierra



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Hi,
Can anyone tell me which Terminal commands to open (edit) and then close the Nvidia installer (.pkg) package?
I've had it and used it, but I've lost it...
Thanks.

pkgutil --expand
 

to repack again pkgutil --flatten

Usage: pkgutil [OPTIONS] [COMMANDS] ...

Options:
  --help                 Show this usage guide
  --verbose, -v          Show contextual information and format for easy reading
  --force, -f            Perform all operations without asking for confirmation
  --volume PATH          Perform all operations on the specified volume
  --edit-pkg PKGID       Adjust properties of package PKGID using --learn PATH
  --only-files           List only files (not directories) in --files listing
  --only-dirs            List only directories (not files) in --files listing
  --regexp               Try all PKGID arguments as regular expressions

Receipt Database Commands:
  --pkgs, --packages     List all currently installed package IDs on --volume
  --pkgs-plist           List all package IDs on --volume in plist format
  --pkgs=REGEXP          List package IDs on --volume that match REGEXP
  --groups               List all GROUPIDs on --volume
  --groups-plist         List all GROUPIDs on --volume in plist format
  --group-pkgs GROUPID   List all PKGIDs in GROUPID
  --files PKGID          List files installed by the specified package
  --lsbom PKGID          List files in the same format as 'lsbom -s'
  --pkg-groups PKGID     List all GROUPIDs that PKGID is a member of
  --export-plist PKGID   Print all info about PKGID in plist format
  --pkg-info PKGID       Show metadata about PKGID
  --pkg-info-plist PKGID Show metadata about PKGID in plist format
  --file-info PATH       Show metadata known about PATH
  --file-info-plist PATH Show metadata known about PATH in plist format
  --forget PKGID         Discard receipt data for the specified package
  --learn PATH           Update --edit-pkg PKGID with actual metadata from PATH

File Commands:
  --expand PKG DIR       Expand the flat package PKG to DIR
  --flatten DIR PKG      Flatten the files at DIR as PKG
  --bom PATH             Extract any Bom files from the pkg at PATH into /tmp
  --payload-files PATH   List the paths archived within the (m)pkg at PATH
  --check-signature PATH Validate the signature of the pkg at PATH and print certificate information


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Usage video Edit Package

Flat Package Editor verry easy to use  :lol:

Edit ****

Working in Sierra and above

Flat Package no longer works in High Sierra, you must edit the Package in another OS

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I use pacifist. it's a great shareware to manage pkg files.



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Yeah, but when it comes to power consumption it's a bit much. it needs at least 750W power supply and it needs two 8-pins power connector. but the memory bus it way faster than any existing GPU 2084 Bits!!!!

I got a corsair rm850i so I think I'll be fine.
http://www.corsair.c...ly-modular-psu.

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