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No disk utility?

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I recently installed ideneb 1.3 on my hp mini 110...i did the combo update to 10.5.8 and it was succesfull, i did this to have a mac to make a bootable flash drive with for lion, but my disk utility is literally nowhere to be found! any suggestions? thank you in advance.

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double check the path.../Applications/Utilities/Disk\ Utility.app

 

 

or aside from launching it from terminal like this:

 

open /Applications/Utilities/Disk\ Utility.app

 

if it's not there you can run the command line version in terminal:

 

diskutil

 

for directions view the man page:

 

man diskutil

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Truer words were never spoken. If there wasn't at least 5 different ways to accomplish the same thing, we'd be screwed :)

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I actually have one more question, i installed iatkos l2 on my hp mini and i was wondering if you guys knew of any kexts for wifi or etherenet...thanks again!

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there is no line about wireless...so there is no device id?...i'm sorry, i'm kind of lost. so i ran the app, and there was no line for wireless, only ethernet

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It's your hardware. I have no idea.

I know it's possible to modify the ROM on some wireless cards so that it appears to OS X as a genuine Airport card.

I don't know which make or model cards will work. And I've never hackintoshed a laptop.

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I can't find conclusive evidence that the 4313 is working for anyone.

You can try this: http://www.nawcom.co...eless/Broadcom/

I have no idea whether it will work or not.

 

And there's this:

http://www.osx86.net...e&id=972&page=4

But the 4313 is not on the list of supported devices.

 

Here's the rebranding stuff I was talking about earlier:

http://prasys.info/2...rds-as-airport/

 

Note that I didn't know any of this until I googled it. You could have done the same thing yourself.

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here, instead of system info try lspci, lspci.zip after installed type in terminal: lspci -nn

see if it shows with device and vendor ID even if you already have the info you need to search for a possible extension, it is useful to have and know how to use for future reference and googling if nothing else

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