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Hi, hoping someone can help me. I'm following a tutorial and it's asking me to do the follwing: "Locate the proper CoreAudioKit Framework. I used the one off of my...
03-09-2009, 07:31 PM #1How to extract contents from an install disk?
Hi, hoping someone can help me. I'm following a tutorial and it's asking me to do the follwing:
"Locate the proper CoreAudioKit Framework. I used the one off of my OSX 10.4.10 install disk. To extract this framework extract the /Volumes/Mac OS X Install Disc 1/System/Installation/Packages/Essentials.pkg/Contents/Archive.pax.gz archive and then copy ./System/Library/Frameworks/CoreAudioKit.framework from the archive"
I'm using Leopard and a OSX 10.4.8 install disk. I find the Archive.pax.gz file okay. however when i extract it, i'm left with a archive.pax file. Which will not extract. (keeps giving an error.)
Can anyone guide me in how to extract the framework from the Archive?
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03-11-2009, 05:07 PM #2
You can open .pax files with betterzip. Sounds like you're just using the standard built in archive utility that came with Mac OS X, which doesn't handle that many formats.
Google Betterzip and download it.