Create a folder in the folder you created in step 3. Call it whatever. Using Gmount. Set the path of "Mount Point" to the folder you created in step 6.
Click "Mount" Start Rosetta Stone. It will show all your languages and works just fine - at least it did for me. If anyone has a "better" way or easier way please share I hope this helps November 23rd, 3. Any clue to what I'm doing wrong? November 23rd, 4. Rosetta Stone will now find the Language Pack and install.
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Hope this helps. February 6th, 5. Re: Rosetta Stone simple problem I hope Thank you, that works perfectly! February 16th, 6.
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Re: Rosetta Stone simple problem I hope Thanks to all for the help it is much appreciated. Thanks again to all the posters and the fantastic Ubuntu community!!! I am running Rosetta Stone 3.
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. The time now is PM. Click it and choose where to save the image to. The desktop is good enough for this exercise. Image format should be Read Only. Encryption should be None. Click Save. The image should be created then. Once the image is created and on the desktop, open Toast. Look in the menubar at the top of the screen for Utilities. That's where the Mount Image command is. Choose it and navigate to the disk image that you created. Choose it and it "should" mount on the desktop as a CD icon.
Your instructions worked until I launched Toast Basic 8. The Mount Disk Image is greyed out. When I click it I am invited to upgrade. The upgrade price is too steep for a one off problem. Are there any other programs that provide the Mount Disk Image functionality?
Type: Cd desktop press return Type: hdiutil mount sample. The first is apparently the mfg.
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Indented below is a disk that says "session 1". Indented below that is a disk with the title of the language course. I am able to create a new image on the desktop only for the first disk. I get error dialog boxes for the second and third images that Disk Utility is unable to create a image.
When I use the Terminal procedure on the image created for the uppermost disk nothing appears to happen. If the making an image of the top one produces nothing, this may be the end of the game. What happens when you double click on the image file that you created? I created a disk image and copied the contents from the Rosetta Stone language cd into it. I then used Terminal as you suggested. The disk image on the desktop remained the same.
Terminal says " my title already specified" I ejected the language cd and retried the procedure with the same response. No dragging involved P. I used virtual cdr along with all the previous steps have a virtual cd with a dmr from the iso file except it does not work and the rosetta stone program its self cannot find the language file on the cd.
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