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Old 05-25-2006, 09:30 PM
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Help needed - shell script to boot up from source drive after copy completes

I have an iMac G5 (iSight), running 10.4.5, with the latest 2.1.1 SuperDuper and I have two external drives named "A" and "B".

When I use Super Duper, I boot from the "A" disk, and copy the iMac disk to B.

After the copy completes, I'd like to automatically select the iMac disk as the Startup volume, and then reboot.

It looks like there's a way to execute a shell script after Super Duper completes, but I have no ideea how to write shell commands to set the startup disk to Imac, and restart.

Any ideas?
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