Phoenix
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Phoenix is an operating-system tool that allows a user to create an independent emergency boot volume, known as a Phoenix Boot Volume, by extracting the core operating-system components from an existing system and copying them to a target volume. The resulting volume is a "work alike" of an original OS installation which can be used to host testing tools like Scannerz for OS X, FSE, or any of our other tools (or anyone else's, for that matter), can be used itself as a source of an operating system installation, or can be used to manage the transfer of volumes from one to another in the
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Version 1.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, OS X 10.5 or later



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Downloads:110
Version Downloads:110
Type:Utilities : System
License:Commercial
Date:24 Jun 2013
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $13.95
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Phoenix is an operating-system tool that allows a user to create an independent emergency boot volume, known as a Phoenix Boot Volume, by extracting the core operating-system components from an existing system and copying them to a target volume. The resulting volume is a "work alike" of an original OS installation which can be used to host testing tools like Scannerz for OS X, FSE, or any of our other tools (or anyone else's, for that matter), can be used itself as a source of an operating system installation, or can be used to manage the transfer of volumes from one to another in the event a drive is corrupt or damaged. Phoenix also allows basic volume cloning. The Phoenix Boot Volume is not a limited operating system, it's a full install of OS X.

WARNING: Do not use Phoenix for bootlegging! It differs from an original installation in that system identifiers, security information, network settings, and registration information are also copied. This will uniquely identify the source of the original operating system as well as private information, such as login IDs to bank accounts.


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