This new way to monitor the content in you infrastructure can be found in the Monitoring workspace within the Configuration Manager 2012 Admin Console.
From the Monitoring workspace there is a node Distribution Status.
In the last blog we covered Distribution Point Groups and the new ways to distribute and manage content.
In this post we are going to cover monitoring the compliance of content and a new feature to validate content in the Configuration Manager 2012 infrastructure.
you will also see an astrik sign (*) next to the current bootable (flagged) partition, in this example case its 2your partition to be bootable using the command:f 1(f is a short for flag) replace the number 1 with your installed leopard partitionafter you do that you can see there is an astrik sign (*) next to your prompt indicating that a change has occurred and no commit has been applied, you can use p (print) again, to make sure that the appropriate partition has been flaggednow write u (short for update)and w (short for write)the astrik sign (*) has disappeared from your prompt indicating all changes have been applied, you can write q (short for quit)once finished with the fdisk utility we can exit the Terminal application, you do that by clicking the Terminal Menu-Quit Terminal from the menubar it will bring you back to the main install windownow select the icon of the partition you want to install leopard on (the same partition you erased and named, same one you installed darwin on) and click continuenow you get to the actual install screen (after all the preperation)in the lower left corner there is a Customize button that, press opens a window that allow you to select what components to install, if you know what you are doing then check your selection, if you are a beginner with hackintosh select only the ones that are marked in the image, note select EFI only if in "Darwin Install" you selected Yes in the Install EFI question, otherwise uncheck you finish click on the Done button in the lower right corneryou will returned to the "Install Summary" screen, press the install buttona popup (or scroll down) will appear and perform a checksum on the Install DVD to make sure all the files are correct intact and original, you can select to wait 2-3 minutes, or press skipafter the validation part is done (or skip is pressed) the OS file copy stage begins, this will take time, lay back and relaxthe progress window looks like this:when the install process finishyou get this "Install Succeeded" screen and it will stay this way for 30 seconds, waiting for you to press restart, if you don't it will automatically restart anywaybefore it will boot back up, eject the install DVD, you will not need it any more (for this install)after the BIOS screen press F8 so the darwin boot screen will loadmake sure you see the recently installed partition with the name you gave it (my example "Leopard2"), select it and press enternow you see the apple gray boot screenif all went well you will soon see (and hopefully hear) the great apple "Welcome video", you cannot press esc and stop it, so enjoy it until it ends and the next customization screen set appearsfirst screen is the region selection screen, select your region, if you cant see it check the the lower "Show All" checkboxnext is the country selection screen, choose your country, if you cant find it check the lower "Show All" checkboxnext is the keyboard layout screen, select your keyboard layout, if you cant see the one for you check the lower "Show All" checkboxnext screen is important, it gives you the opportunity to migrate data, setup, application etc.
from an existing mac installation, if you have an upgrade install DVD version of leopard then you must have an earlier install of mac OS (like Tiger, check the "Install Tiger" post), if you don't have an upgrade install DVD you can choose the last option "do not transfer my information now" and click "continue", but if you have an upgrade version and you have previously installed a Tiger version on this PC then just choose: "from another volume on this mac" and click "continue", note: if this is an upgrade version DVD and you have not installed Tiger after you click "continue" it will go back to the "welcome video" stage and it will do that only 3 times after that the installation will be you choose to transfer the information from previously installed mac, then this screen appears, asking you to select the data you want to transfer (you must select at least one user), make sure you have enough disk space and click transfer.a transferring progress indication screen appear, it will take time depending on the size to it will ask you to select your internet connection type and set it up, it can be done but i prefer for first install to do only what has to be configured so i can see the leopard is launching and not that the internet connection has failed the installation, this wizard can always be activated from within leopard,next it will display the registration sceen, fill in the fields and press continuenow it will warn you about fields you forgot to fill or filled incorrectly or if the email is invalid, ether fix the data (if it will not allow you to continue) or press ok to ignorenext the more questions screen appear asking you where do you use this mac and what describes your uses for it, and you may check the ckeckbox in order to be notified of new sales and new products etc.
) and see the command listwrite p (short for print) it will display you with all the available partitions on the selected disk, including details such as size, type etc. everything else seems to run just fine up to that point then receive a kernel Panic... It noted Voodoo, but from what I gather from the package that could mean a whole lot of things and the screenshot will help figure out the issue, just need to find my camera.Intel Core2 Quad Q6600Northbridge NVIDIA n Force 750i SLI SPP rev. mac OS File Vault) on both single physical drives and Fusion drives.Initial File Vault support: @slice, @ath, @download-fritz, @vit9696There are many issues with it as it is pretty new.