I'm trying to install a .dmg file to ubuntu 14.04
I was trying to following
And a couple of other threads on askubuntu.
A.dmg file is kind of like an USB stick in a file and can be handled more or less the same way. To install from a.dmg file you usually do the following: double click the.dmg to make its content available (name will show up in the Finder sidebar), usually a window opens showing the content as well. Docker is a software package that creates containers for application development. Learn how to Install Docker on Ubuntu 18.04 in this tutorial. Right now Ubuntu only comes with dmg2img version 1.6.2 and version 1.6.4 sometimes makes a difference. Also you can extract specific partitions from a dmg and only some of them are hfs+.
The problem i'm facing are so :
- In the eHow they use something called dmg2dmg. Ubuntu seems to have dmg2img. So I used that instead.
After I create the .img file, I try to create a data disk using the .img in brasero. It gives me error saying unsupported format. What am I doing wrong?
If I ignore step 2 and just rename .img file to .iso
I'm able to mount iso and open the files/folders.
Ubuntu Dmg Image
However how to install the .dmg ?? How to install it as an application ???