I've got a .dmg file, and I can't figure out how to open it. How can I open it?
Install dmg2img .
The application seems to convert .dmg to a file that can be mounted using the
From your Wikipedia article, the next command seems to be available to do that:
In this way, the file
When done, you can unmount it by running:
This works for me:
Mount it to folder:
If you succeed with the instructions from Lekensteyn and binfalse more power to you. If you are getting
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+
First of all install DMG2IMG. Now you can convert it to
And take a look at
and issue the following command on terminal
7z x your_file.dmg
following the answer of @aman and @tuxdna, because dmg2img doesn't seem to work on compressed dmg images.
so i made a bash script (tested on ubuntu 14.10) to automatize the process of :
example of use:
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