I know that it ignores mounted .dmg by default, so how would one get around this or do variation of this? I know an indirect path would be to make a RAM disk or mount an external disk and copy it over to a dmg, but I need a virtual Time Machine disk rather than something with steps to repeat.
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2Can you explain what problem you're trying to solve -- perhaps there's a different solution? Why do you need a virtual TM disk? Also, what OS version and what hardware is involved.– benwiggyDec 14, 2022 at 10:02
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