[CentOS] [Slightly OT] Use CentOS to create a bootable Mac OS X DVD from dmg file?

Sun Sep 24 01:22:03 UTC 2017
Scott Robbins <scottro11 at gmail.com>

On Sat, Sep 23, 2017 at 02:23:00PM +0200, Nicolas Kovacs wrote:
> Hi,
> 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.

I've done this a few times. I used acertoneiso and/or poweris.

At the time I wrote something on it, I was running CentOS-6x which didn't
work acertone.  But I can't guarantee you won't get coasters. 

The notes are at http://srobb.net/dvds.html/#OSX

Scott Robbins
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