Die snelheid, dat valt best wel mee. Het probleem is dat het alleen werkt tot en met mac os 10.1.5. Zie artikel dat ik op macworld vond -->
[b:2e3cfacb67]Giving iPod the Boot[/b:2e3cfacb67]
I successfully installed OS X 10.1.5 on my iPod and used the iPod as a startup disk. I’m having no luck with OS X 10.2, however. Any advice?
Robert Ameeti, Trabuco Canyon, California
It’s too regrettably true that you can’t install OS X 10.2 on an iPod via the normal methods. Luckily, you can get Jaguar onto your iPod by stealthier means. Mike Bombich’s $5 Carbon Copy Cloner (www.bombich .com/software/ccc.html) is a utility that clones an OS X installation from one volume to another and lets you make the cloned volume bootable.
With your iPod configured as a FireWire drive, plug it into your Mac. Its icon will appear on the desktop. Now download, install, and launch a copy of Carbon Copy Cloner version 1.4 or later.
In the Source Disk pop-up menu of the Cloning Console window, select a volume on your Mac that contains OS X 10.2. Select your iPod from the Target Disk pop-up menu. In the Items To Be Copied list, 1-click on those items you don’t want to copy to your iPod. Items you should copy to create a bootable startup disk include .hidden, Applications, Library, System, Users, bin, mach kernel, private, sbin, and usr.
Click on the Remove button to remove the items you don’t want to copy to the iPod. In the Bootability Options section of the window, make sure that the Recreate Darwin Links and Bless System Folder options are selected. Click on the lock icon and enter your user name and password when asked to. Finally, click on the Clone button to begin cloning the source volume to your iPod.
When the operation is complete, launch System Preferences, click on the Startup Disk preference, and select the System Folder on your iPod. Click on Restart, and your Mac should boot from the iPod.