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[[Disk Imaging]] is the category for a collection of tutorials about handling Macintosh files and disk images in several environments.
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'''Disk imaging''' is the category for a collection of tutorials about handling Macintosh files and disk images in several environments.
 
* [[DiskCopy]], the original Apple software to create and use disk images on a Macintosh.
 
* [[DiskCopy]], the original Apple software to create and use disk images on a Macintosh.
 
* Using Macintosh disks on a Windows PC with [[HFVExplorer]].
 
* Using Macintosh disks on a Windows PC with [[HFVExplorer]].
* [[Imaging_with_DD|Unix Disk Duplicate]] Imaging and physicalising Mac floppy disks on BSD, Linux, and A/UX.
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* [[Imaging_with_DD|Unix '''dd''']] Imaging and physicalising Mac floppy disks on BSD, Linux, and A/UX.
 
* [[Data transmission decision tree]]: How to submit Macintosh files through a channel that do(e)s not like resource forks?
 
* [[Data transmission decision tree]]: How to submit Macintosh files through a channel that do(e)s not like resource forks?
 
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Latest revision as of 11:59, 13 October 2010

Disk imaging is the category for a collection of tutorials about handling Macintosh files and disk images in several environments.

  • DiskCopy, the original Apple software to create and use disk images on a Macintosh.
  • Using Macintosh disks on a Windows PC with HFVExplorer.
  • Unix dd Imaging and physicalising Mac floppy disks on BSD, Linux, and A/UX.
  • Data transmission decision tree: How to submit Macintosh files through a channel that do(e)s not like resource forks?


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