Spundle 1.1 adds creation of encrypted sparse bundles, changing their band size, and more.
Saves you from having to learn how to use hdiutil, and supports 6 different file systems and custom band sizes.
An efficient means of storage with many uses, but riddled with bugs and shortcomings. Explains how to compact and resize them, and more.
Tests bring some surprises, with encrypted sparse bundles looking resilient to small amounts of corruption.
If you opt for ‘Mac-only’ format, isn’t that sufficient to preserve everything you need in an archive?
Contains binary data on the last integrity check made using fsck on a disk image. Can be deleted to enable some images to be mounted.
Contains details of the last checksum of a disk image, performed using hdiutil verify, which can be compared against that stored in the image. Read-only and compressed images only.
You have double-clicked on a disk image, and macOS refuses. Here is what you can do to get that image to mount, even when it’s damaged.
An odd problem: you try running an old installer and it crashes. There’s nothing actually wrong with the installer, it’s just that the rules have changed.
How can you install older drivers or other software on a new Sierra system? Some practical tips for working through SIP and security protection.