Right now Ubuntu only comes with dmg2img version 1.6.2 and version 1.6.4 sometimes makes a difference. Also you can extract specific partitions from a dmg and only some of them are hfs+. DMG images are typically a kind of Universal Disk Image Format (UDIF), although there are others, namely NDIF and SPARSE. Although the.dmg file extension is usually used, they can also sometimes have an.img extension, or in some cases no extension at all. Their MIME type is application/x-apple-diskimage.
I'm trying to install a .dmg file to ubuntu 14.04
I was trying to following
And a couple of other threads on askubuntu.
The problem i'm facing are so :
- In the eHow they use something called dmg2dmg. Ubuntu seems to have dmg2img. So I used that instead.
After I create the .img file, I try to create a data disk using the .img in brasero. It gives me error saying unsupported format. What am I doing wrong?
Hafu streamer. ItsHafu went live on Twitch. Catch up on their Among Us VOD now. Hey I'm hafu, I'm 30 and currently live in Vegas, Nevada! I stream full time. I'm Chinese; I can speak and understand Mandarin but can't really read it. I've been playing games since I was 14 and been hooked ever since. I'm streaming mostly Among Us and a bunch of other things! Hafu celebrates her birthday each year on the 18th of April. She is currently 29 years of age born in. Hafu streams live on Twitch! Check out their videos, sign up to chat, and join their community. The latest tweets from @itshafu.
If I ignore step 2 and just rename .img file to .iso
Ubuntu Dmg File
I'm able to mount iso and open the files/folders.
However how to install the .dmg ?? How to install it as an application ???