I am selling an old Mac with OS X 10.4 (Tiger), and I don't have the installation CD anymore so I can't format and re-install; I have to leave the current installation intact.
Obviously, I'd like to remove any personal data from it. What I've done:
- Move out all important data
- Delete my old account (and entire home directory)
- Create a new account for the new owner
- Delete unused space in Disk Utility
- Delete Spotlight index
- Delete /var/db/locate.db
Is there anything else I should do to ensure that no personal data is available on the machine?
For example, I have never stored any personal data outside the /Users folder. But is there anything that OS X stores there, caches or similar things?