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Figure 9-25 Choose Network Startup in the Startup Disk preferences pane
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To add software to a disk image or to create your own package files for distribution, you use the PackageMaker tool You ll find PackageMaker in the Utilities folder in the Server Administration Tools disk image Drag PackageMaker from there to the /Applications/ Server/ folder or another convenient folder (for example, your Utilities folder), and then double-click the PackageMaker icon to run the application When you open PackageMaker, you ll see an Untitled window In front of this window, PackageMaker automatically displays the Install Properties dialog box (see Figure 9-26) Type your organization s name in the Organization text box You need to create the name in the form comexample for example, comacmeheavy or org sleepyparentsoftoddlers so that Mac OS X can generate suitable package identifiers for the components in the package Next, open the Minimum Target pop-up menu and choose the lowest version of Mac OS X your clients will run for example, Mac OS X v105 Leopard Click the OK button to close the Install Properties dialog box You can then see the whole of the PackageMaker window (see Figure 9-27)
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In PackageMaker, you create a package description document in the pmdoc format that specifies the contents of the package This document is tiny just a few kilobytes because all it contains is a list of what you want the package to contain When the description is finished, you build the package to create the file in the pkg format that you add to your installation workflow This file contains all the files, so it s much bigger roughly the size of all the files plus some packaging Press -S (or choose File | Save) to display the Save As dialog box, and then save the description document in a convenient location and under a descriptive name
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Figure 9-26 In the Install Properties dialog box, type your organization name and choose the minimum version of Mac OS X your clients will run
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Figure 9-27 PackageMaker is the tool for creating custom packages to include in your automated installations of Mac OS X
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Setting the Title and Options for the Package Description Document
After you save the file, the package file at the top of the Contents pane is still called Untitled With this item selected (click it if it s not selected), click the Configuration tab (see Figure 9-28) and type a title in the Title box The package title is the only required item, but you can also do the following in the Configuration pane: Choose which installation types are available to the user Open the User Sees pop-up menu, and then choose Easy And Custom Install, Custom Install Only, or Easy Install Only Easy Install Only is the best choice if you can set up a standardized configuration for all users Choose where the user can install the package In the Install Destination area, select the appropriate check boxes: Volume Selected By User Select this check box to let the user decide where to install the package
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Figure 9-28 Name your package by typing in the Title text box in the Configuration pane
System Volume Select this check box if you want to get the package s contents onto the Mac User Home Directory Select this check box if you want to get the package s contents into the user s home directory (wherever it is) Choose which certificate to use to sign the package Click the arrow button, pick the certificate in the Choose A Certificate To Be Used For Signing The Package dialog box, and click the Choose button Add a description to the package Type the description in the Description text box so that you can easily identify the package afterward NOTE You can also edit the Installer interface for the package by clicking the Edit Interface button For example, you can add a readme file to the Installer If you need to set any hardware or software requirements for the package, click the Requirements tab and work in the Requirements pane (shown in Figure 9-29 with a requirement added)
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