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How to Run Mac OS X on Any Windows PC Using VirtualBox

How to Run Mac OS X on Any Windows PC Using VirtualBox
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Update Snow Leopard by Hazard to 10.6.7 on VMware or VirtualBox Snow Leopard 10.6.2 Intel AMD by Hazard is a famous hackintosh distribution available on internet. It was almost tweaked for Intel and AMD physical computers with most of the famous chipsets. The good thing is, it works well on Oracle VirtualBox without any third party boot loaders or editing configuration files. But the main issue is, this can’t be updated to latest Mac OS X versions because of its running in hacked kernel which can’t be upgraded. I’m not only showing the way of update, but also the few and important points you must consider to install Snow Leopard 10.6.7 Intel AMD by Hazard on VirtualBox and VMware. Hazard 10.6.7 on VirtualBox 4 1) The latest Oracle VirtualBox 4 came with new motherboard and sound virtual chipsets. Make sure the following chipsets are set for virtual machine before start the hazard installation. 2) Install the latest VirtualBox VM Extension pack corresponding to your version. 4) Skip the next part and go to last part to update. Hazard 10.6.7 on VMware

macosx - VirtualBox - How to install OS X guest under Ubuntu host GOOGLE HACKING TO HACK INTO A LIVE SECURITY CAMERA « FREE EDUCATION Google serves almost 80 percent of all search queries on the Internet, proving itself as the most popular search engine. However Google makes it possible to reach not only the publicly available information resources, but also gives access to some of the most confidential information. In this post I will show how to use Google Hacking to Hack into a Live Security Camera. There exists many security cameras used for monitoring places like parking lots, college campus, road traffic etc. which can be hacked using Google so that you can view the images captured by those cameras in real time. So how do you find such cameras. Just google these following strings and select any result(Top 5 recommended) and you will gain access to the live camera which has full controls. •inurl:”CgiStart? For Example use this query inurl:”viewerframe? Wow, you can see a live cam on your PC screen!! As you can see in the above screenshot, you now have access to the Live cameras which work in real-time. Like this:

OSX in Virtual Box How to create a Hackintoshed Virtualbox What you’ll need. An AMD or Intel system that supports hardware virtualization. The newest Virtualbox (get it off of filehippo.com). An OSX86 iso, Get it off of torrents if you don’t have one. At the Create New Virtual Machine window, click Next. At this window type OSX as the name and it will automatically change the system and version. If you can spare it crank it up as far as you can go but 1024MB should be sufficient. This is where you’ll make your hard disk. 20GB should be enough so what it comes down to is dynamic or static. This is the settings you configured. Now click on the Storage button on the left. At this window click Add (Plus sign on 3 CD’s) at the top. Now this is where you’ll install your OSX in Vbox! At this point click inside the window and hit F8. At this screen highlight 20GB VBOX HARDDISK. The next window is important. After it boots you will see the setup screens for OSX! < key> Graphics Mode < /key>

File Sharing With OS X 10.5 - Share Mac Files with Windows XP Setting up Leopard (OS X 10.5) to share files with a PC running Windows XP is a fairly straightforward process, but like any networking task, it's helpful to understand how the underlying process works. Beginning with Leopard, Apple reconfigured the way Windows file sharing is set up. Instead of having separate Mac file sharing and Windows file sharing control panels, Apple placed all file sharing processes in one system preference, making it easy to set up and configure file sharing. In ‘File Sharing With OS X 10.5 - Share Mac Files with Windows XP’ we will take you through the entire process of configuring your Mac to share files with a PC. What You Will Need A Mac running OS X 10.5 or later.

hfsplus HFS+ is the files system used on many Apple Macintosh computers by Mac OS. You can mount this filesystem in Ubuntu with read only access by default. If you need read/write access then you have to disable journaling with OS X before you can continue. In OS X, open a terminal and type: diskutil list You will obtain an output similar to the following: /dev/disk0 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *256.1 GB disk0 1: EFI 209.7 MB disk0s1 2: Apple_HFS Macintosh HD 230.0 GB disk0s2 3: Apple_Boot Recovery HD 650.0 MB disk0s3 4: Microsoft Basic Data 25.2 GB disk0s4 Note down the identifier of your OS X partition. To disable journaling, type the following in the terminal: sudo diskutil disableJournal volumeName Where volumeName is the previously discovered identifier for OS X partition (disk0s2 in our example). There was a bug in certain versions of OS X that would allow this command to complete successfully, but still not disable journaling. sudo diskutil enableJournal volumeName

How to Watch Security Camera Streams on the Internet: 6 steps Favorite This Article Edit Article Search Queries Edited by anthony eide, Josh H., Maluniu, Sondra C and 101 others Security cameras are everywhere, it seems, but what are they looking at? If you have ever been curious about it, we will show you not only how to see through the eyes of Big Brother, but even how you can sometimes zoom, pan, tilt, capture, and save images right from your computer! Ad Steps 1Open up your web browser. 4Manipulate the camera. Search Queries 1The list is continuously evolving so if you find a query that doesn't work, edit this page and remove it from the list.inurl:/view.shtmlinurl:ViewerFrame? Tips You can take a screenshot or use a screen recording program to record the video stream. Warnings This does not fall within most school or business guidelines for acceptable use of their computers.

Snow Leopard 10.6.1-10.6.2 Intel AMD made by Hazard Snow Leopard 10.6.1-10.6.2 Intel AMD made by Hazard Type: Applications > Mac Files: Size: 3.66 GiB (3927819583 Bytes) Tag(s): OSx86 Snowleopard Hackintosh Uploaded: By: Seeders: Leechers: Comments Info Hash: (Problems with magnets links are fixed by upgrading your torrent client!) Snow Leopard for Intel and AMD. How to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard in VirtualBox (Windows or Linux host) Published on 14th June 2010Updated on 1th May 2011 What you will need An Intel CPU with VT-x (almost all modern Intel processors have this, Core2Duo, Quad Core, etc). I don't know about AMD. I'll be using a Core2Duo E8400.Windows or Linux installed. I'll be using Windows XP in this article but the steps are quite the same for Linux.A original retail DVD of Snow Leopard. Installation steps Rip your original retail DVD of Snow Leopard in ISO format. And that's it! But there is no sound! In the default retail installation in VirtualBox there is no sound. Resolution is fixed to 1024x768 Just like before, power down your VM and close VirtualBox. Where N is a digit from 0 to 4, referring to 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024, 1440x900 resolutions respectively. CPU usage is always 100% even when idle This is a common problem. Useful sources

Run Mac OSX In Virtualbox Under Linux (Ubuntu) And Windows Lifehacker has a nice post on installing the latest Mac OSX (OSX86) in VirtualBox on Windows, however their instructions work for Linux too - I've tested it in Ubuntu and OSX 10.6 runs smoothly and without any issues. Remember to use an OSX86 ISO (Lifehacker recommends you download an OSX86 Snow Leopard torrent created by Hazard) and everything will be as easy as installing Ubuntu - you will however need more resources then for a regular Virtual machine, especially for the hard disk space. And of course, you'll also need the latest VirtualBox version. Important: your CPU needs to support hardware virtualization, or else this will not work! Note: even though the Lifehacker article mentions that you'll be needing around 1 GB of RAM and that the virtual hard disk size should be around 20GB, you can use less if you don't have enough RAM / HDD space to spare. I've used ~500MB of RAM and a HDD of 11.11 GB to install the latest OSX Snow Leopard in Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx.

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