I assume you're asking about Leopard since that's the first software I've seen come on a dual layer DVD? Theoretically you could back the contents up to 2 single layer DVDs but you won't be able to boot it and install Leopard so what's the point?
if i live in the residence, i don't have an address, my main address is at home so wouldn't that count, since all my mail goes to my home address
Ok. You are wrong. The family pack allows for family members who are at college/university to be at residence on a campus away from the home address.Sorry to put a downer on things.. But I was pretty sure that the Family Pack was only for Macs based at the same home address. Not macs at multiple address's (someone correct me if im wrong).