> If you don't care about not having Front Row or PhotoBooth in your
> image, you can also just simply upgrade your image to 10.4.3.
> On Dec 13, 2005, at 4:57 PM, Dan O'Donnell wrote:
>> Excellent idea on the upgrade install. (I didn't know the OEM disks
>> even do that - but then I never tried either.) Thanks much for the
>> Thanks also for the info on Front Row. I'll be watching for it.
>> On 12/13/05 4:45 PM, "Perbix, Michael" <PERBIX@lmsd...> wrote:
>>> I installed my original 10.4.2 image on the new iMac by first
>>> updating 10.4.2
>>> on an external HD then booting off of it and loading the image
>>> onto the local
>>> HD, then used the install CD's to install the OSX that came with
>>> the new
>>> machine, it performs an UPGRADE. This worked fine. I also made
>>> sure it
>>> didn't install applications or anything..only the OS.
>>> The only problem is controlling Front Row. You can totally
>>> disable it by
>>> renaming the App in System/Library/CoreServices/Front Row.app but
>>> there does
>>> not appear to be a away to restrict the launching of the app. We
>>> are also NOT
>>> handing out the remotes.
>>> I am awaiting word from Apple Alliance Support on the Front Row
>>> Issue. I told
>>> them that it is inexcusable that ANY new OS feature or Apple
>>> application is
>>> not manageable locally or via MCX.
>>> Michael Perbix
>>> Lower Merion School District
>>> Telecommunications Specialist
>>> PH (610) 645-1964
>>> Fax (610) 896-2019
>>> From: system-imaging-bounces+perbix=lmsd.org@list... on
>>> behalf of Dan
>>> Sent: Tue 12/13/2005 7:05 PM
>>> To: System-imaging@list... >>> Subject: Migrating images - gen1 iMacG5 to gen2 ?
>>> Awhile back while I was building a new image for the iMac G5 Apple
>>> the new camera-enabled iMac G5. We just got our first one.
>>> Previous image does not work on this machine. (I didn't expect
>>> that it
>>> would, and it didn't.) In fact the new machine blue screens on the
>>> image, and will not NetBoot to it.
>>> I'd rather not build a new image from bare metal. I know I can
>>> make a base
>>> image and then use the Migration Assistant to import accounts and
>>> but wonder if there is a better way that someone might know of.
>>> Any suggestions?
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