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Needed files to boot iOS

Posted on 2013-10-31
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Is somebody having a graphic with filenames, services and other stuff needed to boot iOS and Apple OS.
I need one to teach our junior System Engineers.

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Are you referring to the IPSW, DMG files for OS-X etc... Or are you talking about the individual system files?

The Actual System part of iOS isn't publicly available, nor should it be.

Second, if you need to train someone up in regards to the technical side of iOS and OS-X i.e. starting from Installing all the way through to Server Administration etc..., I would strongly advice looking at the WWDC video's available to developers on http://developer.apple.com

People who are already members, such as myself, of either program, iOS or Mac, aren't allowed to share data which is restricted from non-paying members. This is clearly laid out in the non disclosure agreement.

I would strongly suggest signing up to the various developer programs in order to get access to the official videos.
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