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Howto: Installing Mac OS X on a Flash Drive

Posted on Friday, May 11 2007 @ 06:05:51 CEST by


Nearly everybody today uses various kinds of flash storage: USB dongles, memory cards, compact external hard drives. These products are rather affordable, and flash media reached 4-8 GB capacities long ago. So why not install a fully-featured (but lite) version of Mac OS X on such a drive with a minimal set of applications and files? Many Mac users would like this idea, especially those who often work on different computers and want to do that in their personal environments. So, let's see how you can install Mac OS X this way.

Check it out at Digit Life.


 



 

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