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10.5: Virtualize machine-specific 10.4 in Fusion 2
Authored by: PapaJ on Mar 10, '09 11:27:33AM

Absolutely yes, installing [Leopard or Tiger] this way means being able to surf the web while the installation is chugging away.

Note on that though: The Leopard DVD doesn't show its System directory in Finder. Getting there through Terminal is easy enough though...
i.e. here is my command line, after navigating to the Packages directory
" open ./OSInstall.mpkg "

Another note: I tried taking such an image created on a Mac Mini over to a MacBook and it would only ever Kernel-Panic, right after starting up.
-- In case you are wondering what would happen under such a scenario.

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