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comment How to restore system from network drive?
strange... It worked for me
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comment How to restore system from network drive?
Not sure what you're saying. My password DOES have a \ in it, so I put single quotes around the afp://... part of the command. And it worked. However, upon getting to the restore part, it said there was 930GB free on my HD, when there are only 215GB. That scared me. Any idea why?
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comment How to restore system from network drive?
AH! I figured it out. My password has a \ in it ... so I need to quote the afp:.. string. Hopefully that will work in recovery as well.
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comment How to restore system from network drive?
I actually tried all that previously ... but the mount command gives me this error: mount_afp: AFPMountURL returned error -5023, errno is -5023 -- which it gives even when I try to mount when NOT in recovery.
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comment Screensharing slow, even over gigabit ethernet
SUCCESS!! I used 3 staples. See above.
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comment Screensharing slow, even over gigabit ethernet
I was thinking of trying just a piece of wire... But might that damage my video card?
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comment Screensharing slow, even over gigabit ethernet
Already tried both of those; no better.
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comment Screensharing slow, even over gigabit ethernet
Aha! That makes sense. But there must be a way to trick the system into thinking it's got a monitor via software? The server is a Hackintosh, BTW.
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comment Combining two RAIDs
According to Apple Tech Support, this cannot be done without wiping all 4 disks.