Not sure if this is the right place for posting this, but I recently got my hands on a 17" PowerBook G4 with a wiped hard drive. I have a .dmg of 10.4 that I'm trying to write to a USB flash drive so I can boot from it and install Tiger. I don't have access to any system running OS X so I can't use Disk Utility to create an install USB. I've tried TransMac on Windows but I need the partition number to be able to access it through Open Firmware on the PowerBook. I'm currently running Windows 7 x64 and I have access to Arch Linux, so if there's any workaround in Linux that would help me, I'll give it a try.