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If you were already using a script then either the script explicitly sets filesystem or the behaviour from command line is different from when using the Disk Utility UI. I've now switched to command line image creation as well from my script.
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On February 23, 2018 1:44 AM, Thorsten Otto <admin@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Freitag, 9. Februar 2018 16:06:24 CET Troed Sångberg wrote:
> > Unfortunately my quick turnaround for this build was a bit too quick and I
> > got caught out on something I didn't expect in Apple's latest macOS version
> > High Sierra. It creates .dmgs with its new filesystem (APFS) when creating
> > from folder and no way to set it to the more compatible HFS in the UI ....
> I've now installed High Sierra, and didn't run into this problem when creating
> the *.dmg file for Aranym. The file is created there by running a script that
> invokes hdiutil, but i did not need to add/change any parameters. Did you add
> any parameters, or did you just create the fixed archive on 10.12?