The steps below will guide you through the setup process for using DeployStudio with Mac OS 10.5. What you will end up with is a DeployStudio drive that can boot on both PPC and Intel Macs.
- Partition an External Firewire Drive to Apple Partition Map.
- Install Mac OS 10.5 (does not have to be Server, though it could be) on the external drive from a PPC machine*.
- Boot into the OS X installed.
- Download the latest build of Deploy Studio.
- Install Deploy Studio, ensuring it's installed on the External drive OS.
- Launch DeployStudio Assistant (Applications > Utlities).
- Click Start if prompted to start the DeployStudioServer service.
- Select Set up a DeployStudio Server and press continue.
- Enter a User Name and Password (It shouldn't be necessary to change the address) and press continue.
- Select a local folder and press Continue.
- Locate the desired Folder location (e.g. a created folder /Images) and press Open.
- Press Continue through the rest of the wizard, leaving options as default.
- Quit DeployStudio Assistant.
- Launch DeployStudio Admin (Applications >Utilities).
- Select Workflows from the left sidebar.
- Remove (select and hit del) Install a package (pkg) and Triple-OS restoration.
- Quit DeployStudio Admin.
- Copy any desired existing images to the /Masters/HFS/ folder inside the folder selected for step 10.
- (Optional) Place DeployStudio Runtime in dock for future use.
*If Mac OS 10.5 is installed on the drive from an Intel Mac, PPC based Macs will not be able to boot into it.
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