Sorry, I need to follow up on my previous posting, but I see it's closed. I have no problem getting AppleJack onto my hard drive from a USB memory stick. And I can mount it fine as well. The installing command that I previously sent to you brings up the installer, appears to install everything fine, writes a receipt that it was installed, but upon rebooting into the Single User Mode, AppleJack commands are not recognized. So it wasn't quite installed fully.
I tried the install command you had in the posting you referenced. (I confess, I'm not accustomed to working in the terminal, so this may be a basic question. If you could spell things out for me thoroughly, that would be helpful.) Once I have AppleJack mounted, am I supposed to type? . . .
installer -pkg 'AppleJack Distribution.mpkg' -target /
or am I to replace -target with my volume name.
I had a problem before that. When I typed the above, the terminal came back and said "installer command not recognized."
What am I doing wrong?
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