Apple Training Series: Mac OS X v10.4 System Administration by Schoun Regan

By Schoun Regan

Product Description: Focusing in particular on Account administration and Deploying Mac OS X Server, this entire reference presents in-depth details on Mac OS X Servers technical structure. process directors, IT execs, and Mac fans will study the main points of ways to install Mac OS X Server inside a multiplatform, heterogeneous atmosphere, and the way to regulate Mac OS X Server money owed. this can be the second one of 2 volumes qualified by means of Apple desktop. Following the training targets of the Apple qualified method Administrator examination, this publication is an ideal complement to Apples personal education type and an in-depth technical reference for current procedure directors and engineers.

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4. Double-click the disk image to mount it. 5. Open the Classic pane of System Preferences. 6. Select the System Folder in the disk image volume. 40 Part 1: Deployment Part 1: Deployment 41 7. Close the Classic pane. Each time Classic starts, Mac OS X automatically mounts the disk image. 8. Check for each user and set up the image preference if necessary. Warning Once this procedure is accomplished, the Classic pane of System Preferences should be opened only when the disk image is mounted. Opening the Classic pane when the disk image is not mounted may result in Classic's losing track of the System Folder.

Compressed images create smaller files that use less disk space and network bandwidth but take longer to decompress, especially on G3-based computers. In general, uncompressed, read-only images are faster for local delivery, but compressed images are faster for network delivery. You'll want to save the image on your production computer (or 42 Part 1: Deployment Part 1: Deployment 43 volume) if you have it set up at this point (you can always transfer it later if necessary). Note This operation requires twice as much free space on the volume to which you are saving the image as you have data on the source.

The size-calculation file is a text file that contains the compressed and uncompressed sizes of the package's payload. Installer uses this to calculate the space required to install the payload. The Resources folder contains files that customize the behavior and look of Installer during the installation process. Resource files include environment test scripts and installation scripts (described later in this lesson), in addition to text files and a background image. The text files may include an introduction file, a read-me file, and a license file.

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