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OS 10.5 - changing default icons (disk images , etc)

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Does any one knows how to change the default icon of a disk image?
for example, in windows it is easy :
just create the file ‘AUTORUN.INF’ in the root of the drive, it should contain:
icon = IconName.ico
and then you have the drive with the icon changed. but how about macs?
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