Sorry if this is only half-CentOS-related.
In my office, I’m running CentOS on all my systems (server, workstation, laptop, sandbox PCs). A colleague brought me her MacBook Pro to upgrade it from OS X 10.5.7 to 10.11.6.
I downloaded the 5.8 GB dmg file and now I wonder how to create a bootable DVD with this using only Linux tools.
1. Can I simply burn this as a data DVD with K3B?
2. Or do I have to jump through burning loops using dmg2img, mount -t hfsplus, etc.
I only have a couple of double layer DVDs here, so before burning a pair of expensive coasters, I thought I’d rather ask here.
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