04.15.2016

1. Create a usb install drive using my previous post.
2. To start from a USB storage device connect the device, restart, and immediately press and hold the Option key to access Startup Manager. Apple Support:
Startup key combinations for Mac
Starting from an external USB storage device (Intel-based Macs)
3. Select the USB device and follow the installation wizard.
4. Organize the partition(s) with Disk Utility and install OS X.
5. Wait for about 30 minutes to complete and follow the wizard to finalize.
Enjoy your fresh installation!

hold down the option key

hold down the option key to access Startup Manager

Use createinstallmedia
Starting with Mavericks, hidden inside the OS X installer is a Unix program called createinstallmedia, provided by Apple specifically for creating a bootable installer drive. If you’re comfortable using Terminal, createinstallmedia is a relatively simple tool to use.

Just copy this command into the terminal and press return and your system password.

sudo /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ El\ Capitan.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia −−volume /Volumes/Untitled −−applicationpath /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ El\ Capitan.app −−nointeraction

Thanks to: macworld.com

 

ps. Don’t forget to set the system time and date correct in the terminal!
The format is: date {month}{day}{hour}{minute}{year}
For example: jan 1st 14:22, 2015 becomes:

date 0101142215

Thanks to: bensmann.no

Use createinstallmedia
Starting with Mavericks, hidden inside the OS X installer is a Unix program called createinstallmedia, provided by Apple specifically for creating a bootable installer drive. If you’re comfortable using Terminal, createinstallmedia is a relatively simple tool to use.

Just copy this command into the terminal and press return and your system password.

sudo /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Yosemite.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia −−volume /Volumes/Untitled −−applicationpath /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Yosemite.app −−nointeraction

Thanks to: macworld.com

 

ps. Don’t forget to set the system time and date correct in the terminal!
The format is: date {month}{day}{hour}{minute}{year}
For example: jan 1st 14:22, 2015 becomes:

date 0101142215

Thanks to: bensmann.no

04.13.2011

Good morning

by Karel Keers

Dutch landscape of polders (reclaimed land) with its characteristic looks in the front of my window.

01.30.2011

Road Cycling

by Karel Keers

Small bike tour by about one degree Celsius.
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10.18.2009

I’ve made some preset configuration files for the Kenwood TH-D7.
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05.17.2009

Road Cycling

by Karel Keers

I never thought cycling is something I can enjoy, but last weekend I’ve got myself on my brothers bike and joined my friends we did a 90km cycle tour in four hours!
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05.09.2009

The Kenwood TM-D700 got a modification to enable repeater mode. Once done, you’ll find out the transmitted audio is not filtered well. After some research I’ve found this kenwood service bulletin and decided to give it a go and the result Read more

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