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.dmg and OS 9

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Is there a way to open .dmg files in OS 9?
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Yes, and no. Apple created a version of the disk utility that would mount DMG files in OS 9, but never publicly released it. As far as I know it is still unreleased.
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A little trick is simply to change the file extension from .dmg to .img.

Hope that helps.

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TaysHovel
(tayshovel@hotmail.com)
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Theyre not the same thing.
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by:TaysHovel
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Ay, you're quite right.
I was thinking along the lines of .toast files.

Thank-you for picking up on my error.

-TaysHovel
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