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Run full OS X installer for another drive without rebooting
Authored by: frankt on Jan 27, '10 04:20:13PM

Well, at least I tried, but I know I'm doing something wrong. I ran the following in terminal:

sudo "/Volumes/Mac OS X Install DVD/System/Installation/CDIS/Mac OS X Installer.app/Contents/MacOS/Mac OS X Installer"

I then tried;

sudo (and dropped the binary into the terminal window).

Both tries resulted in the following error message window:

"There was a problem installing Mac OS X.

No package was specified for the Mac OS X installer to install. A package must be specified as an argument in order to install Mac OS X."

So obviously this is something I shouldn't be doing.

Thanks again for your help.



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