How to burn Snow Leopard DMG to DL DVD?

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  1. macrumors newbie

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    Hello,

    I've searched the forum, but couldn't find what I was looking for.

    I've downloaded the Snow Leopard Dev Build from WWDC, and now I want to burn it to a DL DVD. To burn this build to a dual-layer dvd in Leopard, do I just drag-and-drop the dmg onto the empty dvd and pop it in the drive and boot it when it's done or what?

    I think I read something about doing it via Disk Utility, but I'm not sure.

    Anyone who know how to burn Snow Leopard so I can but it and install it?

    Many thanks in advance!!
     
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    neiltc13

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    I can't wait to see the software you have developed.
     
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    Saladinos

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    Indeed. The software equivalent of a working time machine powered by a cold fusion reactor, no doubt.
     
  4. macrumors regular

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    Well, if one were a dev with legit access to the build one would use Disk Utility.

    Being a dev, said person would certainly know how to do it himself, no help needed.

    Now, in the hypothetical case of an overly curious individual I can advise:

    1. It'll force you to erase your drive
    2. It's beta and buggy
    3. You won't be able to upgrade to full retail w/o a format
    4. It's really not that interesting for a non-dev to see... changes are under the hood
     
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    Saladinos

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    Ha! That's the lame way to do it. You can do it without opening disk utility or even rebooting your computer.

    Grow some digital chest-hair!
     
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    If you were supposed to have this software, you'd know how to do this.
     
  8. macrumors 6502

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    Do what i might of done, erase windows 7, time machine to that drive, rest of your non-essentials on your media drive, reformat your boot drive, repair the linux damaged boot sectors, install 10.6, restore profiles from backup, then copy back the items you moved before. do not erase your back-ups as i am assuming the process will be the same in september.

    oh and i might of used toast, but i used disk utility for W7
     
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