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The nearest thing available is the "Three finger drag" option in System prefs -- under trackpad you'll find the option to use it: This lets you drag by hold three fingers on the trackpad and dragging..
Download and describe FUSE-Ext2 as described here and then run something like mkdir /Volumes/Linux sudo mount -t fuse-ext2 /dev/disk2s6 /Volumes/Linux You can figure out the device from looking at the output of diskutil list.
The --iconv argument cam with rsync version 3.0.0 (release notes) OSX provides only version 2.6.9 (see Apple's open source page) Thus you need to get a newer version latest is 3.1.1 (2.6.9 was released in 2006) I would also get a newer version rsync as xattr copying was also introduced after 2.6.9 I think the simplest way to get a new rsync is to install ...
You may need to separate the boot process from the CD reading. First, power off and reset the NVRAM by holding option + command + P + R Then, I would boot with the option key held until you have a grey screen. Once the Mac is at the boot chooser (no apple logo yet), you can then insert the CD. This is firmware running the Mac, so you don't even need an ...
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