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  1. Lucas de Lima
    March 14, 2012

    I can’t use the “unmount” command. Everytime time i try i get the message:

    unmount: command not found

    How can i install the “unmount” command?

    • Will
      March 14, 2012

      Typo, should be ‘umount’ not ‘unmount’

      Thanks for catching that.

      • Lucas de Lima
        March 14, 2012

        Something strange, I tried ‘umount’ and get this message:

        umount(/Volumes/SEM TITULO): Resource busy — try ‘diskutil unmount’

        Then i tried what terminal told me to do, ‘diskutil unmount’ and it worked.
        I will try to finish the tutorial this way and see if it work.

  2. me
    March 14, 2012

    man hdiutil

    sh-3.2$ hdiutil burn
    hdiutil: burn: no input file specified
    Usage: hdiutil burn [options]
    hdiutil burn -help
    sh-3.2$

  3. Me_too
    March 14, 2012

    I think the command parameters are reversed. It should be dd count=1 if=/dev/disk1s1/ of=/Users/Will/Desktop/OSXMountainGorilla.iso

    • Will
      March 14, 2012

      By reversing the parameters, you end up creating an ISO rather than burning it.

  4. Wrong
    November 7, 2013

    This is completely wrong. You will end up hosing your disk or burning a coaster.

    Use hdiutil as mentioned by “me”

    • Cat
      September 6, 2015

      This is not wrong. Don’t spread false information. DD (Disk Druid) is the most generally accepted way to perform tasks like this on both OS X and Linux machines. DD works, it’s fast, and hdiutil while effective is generally more difficult for beginners to use by copying commands from a website as I’m sure we’ve all done in the past.

      TL;DR – Wrong is wrong. DD is good. hdiutil is also fine, but hard to use properly.

      • RkaneKnight
        June 6, 2017

        dd is much more complicated. If you only have one burner.
        Command line for hdiutil is
        hdiutil burn

        I don’t see how that is more complicated than dd. :) But I do use dd for a lot of other things.

      • RkaneKnight
        June 6, 2017

        lol try that again.

        hdiutil burn “filename”

  5. jsb71
    November 24, 2017

    It works. thanks.

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