MacOS Snow Leopard Snow.L.10.6.1-10.6.2.SSE2.SSE3 Build 10A380 | 6.32GB
Компьютер, на котором Вы собираетесь установить Snow Leopard, ДОЛЖЕН быть с установкой со схемой выделения разделов GUID. Внешний HDD может быть каким угодно, поскольку это только загружается для установки, но фактический диск, в котором Вы устанавливаете Snow Leopard, должен быть с установкой со схемой выделения разделов GUID.
!! Instructions External HDD Method !!
Tested and Works
* On your external USB or Firewire HDD, create a 10GB Mac OS X Extended partition, format this partition and leave it blank. You will need this later on.
* Download all 71 parts from RapidShare
* Join with Ajoiner to get a single .DMG file
* Mount the .DMG file
* Using Disk Utility, Select the RESTORE Tab
* Right Click on the “Mac OS X Install DVD” and select it as the SOURCE
* Right Click on your USB/Firewire 10GB Partition and select it as DESTINAION
* Check off “Erase Destination”
* Click Restore
* Wait for Restore to complete
* Once restore is complete, you will notice that your 10GB Partition name is called “Mac OS X Install DVD”
* Unmount the Disk Image
* LEAVE THE USB/FIREWIRE DRIVE CONNECTED
* Restart your Mac and hold the Option Key to get the startup disk menu
* Select the External HDD, Labelled “Mac OS X Install DVD”
* Booting from the External HDD works and it’s fast!! Anytime you want to install Snow Leopard on any Intel Mac Computer, all you need to do is bring your External Drive, connect it, reboot and install.
!! Instructions DVD Method !!
Untested. Not sure if this works as I use the External HDD Method
* Download all 71 parts from RapidShare
* Join with Ajoiner to get a single .DMG file
* Mount the .DMG file using Disk Utility
* Using Disk Utility, create a new dual layer (8.5GB) sparse image called snowleopard (actual filename will be snowleopard.sparseimage)
* Mount this new sparse image file
* Restore the SnowLeopard Install DVD you downloaded from RapidShare to the newly created mounted snowleopard.sparseimage (not the image file.)
* Open the mounted snowleopard.sparseimage with Finder, and delete the XCodeTools directory.
* Unmount the mounted snowleopard.sparseimage.
* Using the Disk Utility, create a new single layer (4.4GB) spare image called snowleopardboot (actual filename will be snowleopardboot.sparseimage) and mount it.
* Restore the snowleopard.sparseimage image file to the mounted snowleopardboot.sparseimage (not the image file.)
* Unmount the mounted snowleopardboot.sparseimage.
* Burn the snowleopardboot.sparseimage to your single layer DVD media.
* Booting from this DVD works, but takes a very long time.
Following the WWDC ’09 keynote address delivered by Apple’s SVP of Worldwide Product Marketing, the existence of a new developer build of Snow Leopard was reported. The build, labeled 10A380, shows UI enhancements, on top of the newly announced features and changes.
MacRumors now reports that Michael Flux has posted an extensive gallery of screenshots highlighting some key changes in Snow Leopard. According to the two sources, those include:
– Stacks Navigation: Navigation within Stacks from the Dock using Grid view has been changed from previous developer builds. Whereas previous builds allowed users to navigate folder hierarchies using small icon versions of parent folders, Build 10A380 now utilizes text buttons in the upper left corner for navigation to parent folders.
– Safari Contextual Menu Options: Apple has added two new contextual menu options within Safari. When selecting and right clicking on any text within Web pages, Safari now offers the ability to easily create new Mail Notes from the selected text or convert the selected text to speech and have the file added to iTunes.
– AirPort Menu Signal Strength Indicators: The AirPort Menu Item now shows signal strengths for all networks within range without having to join the networks, aiding in network selection in locations with many possible choices.
Additional findings include an icon for Folder Actions Setup, which is now available in the menu; some minor updates to the Language options; a refreshed Input Sources preferences; updated Keyboard Shortcuts; easier ways to navigate through and find what you need; Mail.app and Font Book load blazing fast.
It has also been reported that the very build of Snow Leopard we are discussing has been leaked on torrent sites. Softpedia does not condone piracy, and encourages Mac users to wait for the public release of the software. Apple has announced low upgrade prices for Mac fans, something you may want to check out before you do anything hasty.
How to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10A380:
Step 1: First of all, obviously you need to acquire the .DMG (disk image) file. If you are an Apple Developer Connection Premiere, or Select member, you can download the .DMG file directly from Apple’s Developer Connection website.
If you know of any ways to get it otherwise, please do not post any links as I will be forced to remove them. I don’t care if you’re talking among yourselves on the subject but please keep it to a minimum.
Step 2: With this .DMG file you can do one of two things. You can either, burn it to a dual layer DVD (thats the 8.5GB kind – you need it because the .DMG won’t fit on a standard 4.7GB DVD) and from there proceed to install it like you would usually install an OS when you bought it in a store. OR you can install it directly from a hard drive. I personally prefer the second method, but will explain both.
Step 3a: If you choose to go down the the DVD-burning route, you need to do the following. First of all, open Disk Utility, which can be found under /Applications/Utilities/, click on the yellow ‘Burn’ icon in the toolbar, find and select the .DMG file and click ‘Burn’. Now just wait a few minutes until the disk is burned and verified and after that is done, you’re ready to proceed to Step 4
Step 3b: Now, I personally much prefer using this method when installing new operating systems. Not only are you not wasting the relatively expensive dual layer DVDs, but also with this method the installation time can be cut down in half. What you need is an external USB or Firewire hard drive which you can use “instead” of the DVD during your installation. A usb stick/thumb drive will also work as long as its large enough to fit the .DMG file. Before proceeding, back up any data you have on the external hard drive as you will now format it and in turn erase everything.
When you’re done backing up anything you had on the external hard drive, open Disk Utility just like in Step 3a, select your external hard drive from the list in the sidebar, click on the ‘Erase’ tab, from the drop down menu select ‘Mac OS Extended Journaled’ and click ‘Erase’.
After you erased the external hard drive, click on the ‘Partition’ tab, and from the drop down menu under ‘Volume Scheme’ select ’1 Partition’*. Now click on the ‘Options’ button and form there, select ‘GUID Partition Table’. This will allow you to boot from the hard drive you’re currently preparing.
* One note I must make is that if this external hard drive is large enough (30GB or more) you can not only use it for the Installer, but also to install Snow Leopard onto it and then boot directly from this hard drive and use it as you would use your internal one if you were to install an OS on it.
If you do want to do this, simply select ’2 Partitions’ from the drop down menu, and resize one of them to 10GB, this will be the partition used for the Installer, the rest of the hard drive will be dedicated to the operating system itself.
After you’re done with all of the above, click ‘Apply’ and wait for Disk Utility to properly partition your hard drive.
Now click on the ‘Restore’ tab. Locate your .DMG file and drag it onto the ‘Source’ field, either from within Disk Utility, or from Finder. From the sidebar grab the partition you prepared for the installer and drag it to the ‘Destination’ field. Check the ‘Erase destination’ checkbox and click ‘Restore’. Thats it. Now sit back, and wait for the process to finish.
Step 4: Now its time to boot up. No matter which direction you went in in step 3, what you need to do now is the following. Shut down and power on or restart your Mac. Right after you hear the startup chime, before the Apple logo appears on the screen, press and hold the ‘alt’ key. Keep holding it until the icons for your hard drives (and optical media, if inserted) appear on the screen. From here select either the disk which you just burned or the hard drive to which you just restored the .DMG. Now that you’ve selected and clicked one one of the choices, wait for the Inst[/img]aller to boot and then follow the directions which are, I think, quite self explanatory.
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