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    nulldev
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    I’m trying to build a 10.8.2 system using version r459. When I run ./instadmg/Addons/InstaUp2Date/instaUp2Date.py -p 10.8_vanilla, it downloads the available updates and then it errors trying to find the installer disc. The InstallDMG.dmg is located in ./instadmg/InstallerFiles/BaseOS

    Here is the error message I receive.

    Finding the Installer disc for 10.8_vanilla
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File “/Volumes/Turtle/dev/instadmg/AddOns/InstaUp2Date/instaUp2Date.py”, line 716, in <module>
    main()
    File “/Volumes/Turtle/dev/instadmg/AddOns/InstaUp2Date/instaUp2Date.py”, line 678, in main
    foundInstallerDiscs = findInstallerDisc.findInstallerDisc(allowedBuilds=thisController.installerDiscBuilds)
    File “/Volumes/Turtle/dev/instadmg/AddOns/InstaUp2Date/Resources/findInstallerDisc.py”, line 201, in findInstallerDisc
    raise commonExceptions.FileNotFoundException(‘Unable to find OS Installer disc in any provided folder: %s%s’ % (str(searchItems), folderString))
    Resources.commonExceptions.FileNotFoundException: Unable to find OS Installer disc in any provided folder: [‘/Volumes/Turtle/dev/instadmg/InstallerFiles/InstallerDiscs’, ‘/Volumes/Turtle/dev/instadmg/InstallerFiles/BaseOS’] ([], [‘.DS_Store’, ‘installdmg.dmg’])

     

    I did try restarting the computer.

    #384541

    Anthony Reimer
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    I had the exact same problem, but just found the solution. The current 10.8_vanilla catalogue does not recognize the updated 10.8.2 build, 12C60. You’ll need to modify the catalogue file until a new one is released by adding “, 12C60” to the end of the first line and commenting out the 10.8.2 Supplemental Update, since it is already baked into 12C60. The Java release, should you choose to use it (see elsewhere for side effects), is now at 2012-006 but the path is the same as for -005, so the checksum needs to change to the one Apple notes on their download page. For convenience, here is my version of the 10.8_vanilla catalogue:

    Installer Disc Builds:	12A269, 12B19, 12C54, 12C60
    
    Output Volume Name:	Macintosh HD
    Output File Name:	10.8_vanilla
    
    OS Updates:
    # We're assuming you're using the newest 10.8.2 build 12C54 as your install 'media', otherwise uncomment (remove # from the beginning of) the next line; if using build 12C60, add a comment hash to the beginning of the last line as well
    #	OS X Mountain Lion Update v10.8.2	http://support.apple.com/downloads/DL1581/en_US/OSXUpdCombo10.8.2.dmg	sha1:b08f10233d362e39f20b69f91d1d73f5e7b68a2c
    	iTunes 10.7	http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes10/041-7195.20120912.d3uzQ/iTunes10.7.dmg	sha1:0ff7c404f87122f89d49ed6c411b3692f1016e0a
    	Java for OS X 2012-006	http://support.apple.com/downloads/DL1572/en_US/JavaForOSX.dmg	sha1:eff777cdc39b4e3336b3477f60e8ad769ded8532
    #	OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 Supplemental Update	http://support.apple.com/downloads/DL1600/en_US/OSXUpd10.8.2Supp.dmg	sha1:ccd53770fd5beff7c457594599907d8a36e40807
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