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About auMouth

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  1. My 3 attempts over the weekend failed. Couldn't get to "PART 5: Post Install - Some Machine Specific Fixes" as after completing all steps of PART 4 my system would hang ~1-3 mins after boot-up. ANy ideas what I missed?
  2. Heaps, thanks Made me realise a silly mistake of not relying on image burn/dumps on to USB to set the boot correctly. Re-partitioned, ensuing that the GUID boot was set, and then re-dumped the image to USB. Viola, and I'm away ... Cheers.
  3. Having issues getting beyond part 2, step 1 - 'Insert USB and boot up' After POST, all I get is a flashing cursor in the top left corner and the USB thumbdrive is not being accessed. Have tried this with 2 different thumbdrives and 2 different retail images (dmg). Any tips? What could I be missing? Thanks.
  4. Awesome! Fantastic! Terrific! Thanks heaps. Starting now, except I'm going to try it inside an ESXi VM on this machine first
  5. Yes, your integrated HW RAID1 is presented to ESXi just like any other OS. ESXi places the disks for a VM inside a container file (VMDK) and that VMDK is then stored on your physical disks.
  6. What about installing the free VMWare ESXi on the MicroServer and then installing OS X Server as a virtual machine?