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/var/log/secure.log /var/db/krb5kdc /var/db/volinfo.database /var/root/Library/Preferences/com.apple.recentitems.plist Contents of /var/root/Library/Preferences/ByHost/ NOTE: This step is similar in functionality to removing the files that are unique to a computer by using sysprep in Windows environments, but the procedure does not carry out some other tasks that sysprep does. Once you ve deleted the unique information, don t restart the clone. Instead, on the system connected to the target-disk-mode computer, open Disk Utility (Applications Utilities), which will produce the screen shown in Figure 6-3. Click on New Image in the application toolbar.
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In the resulting window, click on the FireWire disk s volume name (listed along the left side of the screen), then select New Image from the tool bar or go the File menu located in the Mac OS X toolbar, choose Folder, and select New Disk Image from Folder. Either way, you ll get options you can apply to the new image, as you can see in Figure 6-4. Configure the Image Format setting to Read Only and verify that the Encryption: option is set to none. Click Save when you re done.
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Figure 6-4. Choosing where to save the disk image
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Disk Utility will now image the drive. The process can take a while, so this is a great time to check out hdiutil by reading the next section, and maybe even using the section as a guide while you try out the command. NOTE: If you d selected the actual drive device rather than the volume, the disk s partition and size information would have been embedded in the image. By choosing the volume itself, as shown in Figure 6-4, you prevent the utility from recording the size and makeup of the disk. This is extremely important, as it allows you to deploy the volume to other systems that have different capacities.
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specific to the Mac and a pretty powerful implement for creating and managing disk images. Use hdiutil to create an image, called MacBook.dmg, in your working directory by entering this at the command line:
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Note that, in this case, you don t need to include the file s path. But if you want the freedom to summon the file from wherever you ve decided to put it, you can simply prepend the path. The sample command, which leverages the create verb, simply tells hdiutil to produce a disk image, give it a maximum capacity of 10GB, and format it for the HFS+ file system. (But if you d like, you can use the -fs option to specify an alternative format.) By default, the file s volume name will be the same as that of the file, minus the .dmg suffix. The command creates an imaged volume name of MacBook, but you can specify a different one using the -volname flag. The -type SPARSE option causes the command to generate a file that takes up only as much room as the data it contains, rather than consuming the same amount of space as the entire disk. But with a sparse image, as you add data, the file can expand to accommodate the extra up to the limit you set----10GB, in this case. If that s too little capacity, you can change the maximum size of your DMGs, making MacBook.dmg bigger. To do so, use the resize verb with the size flag, as in the following code:
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If you want, instead of creating a new image from scratch, you can do so from an existing volume using hdiutil. The steps you performed earlier, graphically, were fairly straightforward, but you could have carried them out from the command line much more quickly. To do so, use the create verb along with an option to define the source folder (srcfolder) of your imaging station. (This time, the example gives the path to the DMG file.)
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