Looks like that works with all iPads and iPhones, with iOS 7.0+. The Pro upgrade only works on the iPad Pro.
So I can take a Mac mini on vacation. You just plug the charging cable into your Mac, or PC. Should test it in Windows, but I'm lazy. And it costs $10.
Or in macOS if I ever get it installed. It's still unmounting the installer image.
Wait a second, isn't it only USB 2.0 on my iPad? How can they get 60 FPS with that?
Splashtop Wired Xdisplay that's cheaper. Don't know what resolution it supports, probably only 1080p. I want the iPad's full resolution. That might be the only one that might add Linux support. Cheaper too, only $3. I lied, looks like it's currently free.
Don't know if the create ISO script works. I'd have to have macOS to use it. Don't feel like booting Windows to use Windows programs to do it.
Just create a 10 GB .qcow2 file, I failed at resizing the one I converted from the img I got with dmg2img. So I just deleted the partition, and made a new one. It's still copying everything from the Installer App folder to the qcow2 image. You need hfsprogs to format as HFS+.
To mount the "BaseSystem.img", use qemu-nbd, instructions for that here. To get the img file, use dmg2img.
Using mount to mount the img file doesn't work for some unknown reason. Doesn't matter if you use an offset or not. According to file, the start sector is 1. Internet says the offset is s * 512, which is 512. The sector size is 512. If you use the start in fdisk, that doesn't work either. Just says wrong FS or something. You can specify hfsplus and it says the same thing.
/dev/nbd1p1 on /mnt/base_old type hfsplus (rw,relatime,umask=22,uid=0,gid=0,nls=utf8)
It's HFS+, that's mounted with qemu-nbd.
Slow because the image file is on a mechanical drive.
Why won't Clover boot with host-passthrough in QEMU? Thought the config I'm using was for Ryzen.
If you say because she's a dog, you are wrong. Buddy didn't do that, neither did Meiko, and Tonka doesn't. I don't think Chibi even cared about cats.
Don't remember Meiko caring much about cats either.
Buddy did chase one of the cats we had once, he pinned her down apparently. I don't remember, and probably didn't see it happen. If the cat doesn't run, dogs are usually confused. Spike didn't like dogs, so ran from them.
Not ZeroWater. It smells horrible, even doing the two filter "trick". Washing the big pitcher out could help.
But I'm lazy. Other filters don't smell like fish. There could be bacteria. I suppose that can give you the runs too.
Or do the two filter trick, with a different brand, the first filter is the brand that doesn't smell like fish. Then filter it into the big ZeroWater filter.
Using just one filter, and it doesn't even last to 006. Tastes horrible before 006.
A better option, just use water straight from the tap. I won't be able to taste it anyways, I put drink mix in it.
The older filter is 193-195 when testing it. The newer filter is 003. I threw both filters out. I still have the pitchers. But I'm to cheap to buy a new filter for it, or a different filter all together.
This tap water isn't cold. I might buy one when I have 2k in the bank. That'll be a while.
Seems like the trick didn't work that well. When did I get the new filter?
Ha, January is when I got it. The trick didn't work at all, I was changing it before every 2 months or so. The internet lies.