So if all they are is a folder for an app, why do we use them instead of just downloading the app itself?
This is what you see when the file is opening:. Saving your data usage on downloads is always a good thing. Well, luckily macOS does an excellent job of making everything easy.
Why macOS Uses DMG Files
All you really need to do is double-click the DMG file to open it and mount it to your Mac. The DMG mounts in two places: on your desktop and in the Finder sidebar under your hard drive. Clicking either one of these opens the DMG file. To install the app, drag it into your Applications folder. Note: Do not launch the app right from the DMG.
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The app will no longer be there after you eject the DMG. This unmounts the DMG file from your system.
Convert to ISO
When you encrypt the folder, your Mac will prompt you to enter your password twice. When you go to open your new DMG file, it will prompt you for the password you chose. So after the first 2 generic steps at the start of this post, we'll be taking separate steps for Linux as shown below.
Exellent, now we are ready to burn the ISO image. Let's cd into the directory with all the ISOs that you have and burn it using the dd command. Useful tip cheers Jim! That's it, we're done!
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Eject the USB stick no need to run any diskutil commands as it wasn't mounted automaticaly and boot on your PC. The rule of thumb is to boot UEFI if it's available:. I think there might be a typo. Is this is a mistake? I instead pointed dd to the new DMG file.
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Thanks for this! Not a typo!
Just did it now, so should be a correct procedure. I also think something is wrong with step 3.
It doesn't produce a bootable USB for me. All the files are on the USB but it simply isn't bootable. Please give it another try? Let me know if you get a chance to try it.
Converting .dmg to .iso file in Ubuntu Linux
That is indeed helpful, however I followed the steps for Linux I believe these are the same as before? Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.