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    Default How: Install OSX for Pwnage Tool on External USB HDD Partition

    How: OSX for Pwnage Tool on External USB HDD Partition

    Machine: Thinkpad T61 with NVidia NVS 140M

    I've worked on macs but I've never done this so I am not sure what section this should go in.. please guide me.
    Also, a simple step CLEAR guideline would help esp wrt to HDD / Partition / Initial Install...


    How can I install & run OSX86 for Pwnage Tool on External USB HDD - In a separate partition.

    I have a T61 with XP Pro SP3.

    I'd like to experiment with OSX86 long term, but right now dont have the TIME & ENERGY to deal with the issues where my current HDD has to be affected in any fashion.

    Also I dont want to be bothered by replacing / swapping HDD etc.

    ALSO I might not even spend time in trying to make all devices / drivers work.

    At the moment I just want to see it RUN... be able to Run the Pwnage tool for my iPhone upgrade since the Windows based tool is not stable at this point.

    Also, if time permits later on, to see what its like to run the Mac OSX86 on this T61 and if more inclined later to go with the
    Full Blown... Partitioning, Multi Booting on internal HDD, All device drivers & other configurations.

    Do advise
    - What would be the best / easiest & fastest Distro to go for...
    - What kind of SPECIAL / SPECIFIC procedure or configuration I might have to follow to do an External USB Install.

    I am only using this external HDD to store files.

    I've use Acronis & Partition Magic kind of tools for ages and can create a Partition or Free space at end of the drive &/or hide the data partition if needed.

    Does OSX allow for NON-DESTRUCTIVE Installation into a Partition / Free Space on a HDD or do I have to worry about all the DATA in the other partition on that HDD getting messed with?

    Also which variant of OSX should I go for? iAtKos, Kalyway, Leo4All, iPC or another Distro of OSX86?

    What do you suggest?
    Last edited by crashnburn; 10-28-2009 at 09:49 PM.



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    Quote Originally Posted by crashnburn View Post
    I'd like to experiment with OSX86 long term, but right now dont have the TIME & ENERGY to deal with the issues where my current HDD has to be affected in any fashion.
    Also I dont want to be bothered by replacing / swapping HDD etc.
    ALSO I might not even spend time in trying to make all devices / drivers work.
    At the moment I just want to see it RUN... be able to Run the Pwnage tool for my iPhone upgrade since the Windows based tool is not stable at this point.
    What do you suggest?
    Go get a real MAC.

    Time and energy is what you need to run a hack.

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    If you cannot help, advise, guide do not post stupid things. Thank you for the effort anyways.

    I am willing to put effort, but at this moment I need a quick (LESS TIME) basic working OS to the point that I can RUN pwnage on it for my iPhone.

    When I have more time I will go & spend MORE time doing the driver tweaks etc.

    Is there a guide for installing OSX on an external USB HDD or Thumb drive?

 

 

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