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  1. How to shrink os x .vmdk in vmware workstation 12 As most people probably notice is that .vmdk file expands and never shrinks down back again it just gets bigger and bigger. The solution to fix this in vmware workstation 12 is this: Open terminal on your guest os OS X machine and run this command: Macintosh\ HD is the name of your harddrive so it might not be Macinthosh \HD for you so check that you type the correct name for your HardDrive. Use "sudo" instead of "su" if its yosemite or newer su diskutil secureErase freespace 0 Macintosh\ HD It will take some time and when it goes 90+% it will give you an error message that it ran out space and failed just ignore that and let it finish. When it has finished shutdown the Guest os and run this command in CMD (command prompt) as administrator on the main OS. path-of-vmware-folder\ vmware-vdiskmanager.exe -k path-of-virtual-machine\guest-name.vmdk Exampel of the one i had to use and dont forget the " " or you will get an error message and it wont start. C:\"Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\vmware-vdiskmanager.exe" -k "E:\Virtual Machines\OS X 10.9 Mavericks\OS X 10.9 Mavericks.vmdk" This will take some time also so but when its done your .vmdk will now be shrinked down to its real and correct size. I have added and changed so many files on my os x that it became 70gb+ in size but after running this it shrinked back down to just 10,4gb. The information was gathered from this blog but the commands he had didnt make vmware workstation 12 so it will look different from the blog and he didnt add su to the command and without it will stop. http://blog.oshim.net/2013/01/shrink-sparse-disk-image-of-mac-os-x.html
  2. I'm running Ubuntu 11 and have Lion installed to a vmdk and running in VirtualBox. I have an unformatted 30gb partition that I want to move the installation to. How can I format that partition HFS+ and copy the contents of my vmdk to it? The main step is to dd something to that partition, right? A couple of caveats: I don't have a USB flash drive to help. I do have an install DVD with Chameleon on it, but it won't get further than the bootloader. But if, for now, I need it for now to actually boot from that partition, that's OK. Thanks for your wisdom!
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