[K12OSN] Image creation software

Shawn Powers spowers at inlandlakes.org
Wed Dec 20 16:44:57 UTC 2006

I've only used G4U (g4l didn't work right for me, and it was much  
less mature).

It will clone anything, but I must admit I've never used SATA, so I'm  
not sure how it handles anything but IDE.

I've even cloned old Mac OS8 machines with G4U, I just take out the  
drives and put them in a junker P133.  Same goes for USB only  
machines, I just pluck out the drives and use that old pentium for  
cloning.  (It's a pain in the butt for the old tray load iMacs, as  
those drives are HORRIBLE to get out, but it still works in a pinch)


On Dec 20, 2006, at 11:30 AM, Shane Sammons wrote:

> I will look into g4l myself, just wanted to ask a general question  
> as I have a school lab to re-do over X-mas break. I would assume  
> g4l will work with windows, as it most likely loads from a network  
> boot or bootable media, but has anyone used it for such?
> Also how many people have systems with SATA drives and USB only  
> keyboards and are able to use things like G4L and G4U?

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