Mensagem original de: Dan ,
Don't think that will help you here. To install the OS you need to have a boot disk other than the one you're trying to install the OS onto. So spitting the file and then copying it over to your system won't work. Do you have access to a second Mac? If you do and it can run The Leopard OS-X disk from it (newer macs may not run the OS) you could then setup your PowerBook in Target Mode via FireWire (treating it as an external disk) so you can install the OS that way. Depending on your PowerBook you may want to stick with OS-9 as some have limited memory and HD space. OS-X needs a good chunk of RAM and HD space to run.