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To have it running natively, you'll need to write the image to a HFS+ partition and use one of the various methods of booting to that partition. There's a few guides in the Wiki.

 

The easiest (depending on if you're a Windows user or not) is to use 'DISKPART' in the Windows CMD to create a primary partition of 6+GB with ID=AF (HFS+), then use the chain0 method (use chain0 and edit your boot.ini). Sorry I'm being very vague, but the guides in the Wiki are very comprehensive.

 

Good luck!

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I'll assume you're in Windows so...

 

Copy the .img file to say C:\

You'll need to use a program dd.exe (and there's an associated .dll) to write the image file to a partition. Actually, let me see if I can find that guide I saw a while back...

 

Hmm couldn't find it... I knew I should have bookmarked it!

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