OSX for macbook on a powerbook
March 24, 2006 7:08AM
edited January 2014
So I recently purchased a new macbook, which came with a tiger install disk. I was wondering if a) it is legal to install the tiger on my g3 powerbook and b) if it will work. Thanks
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March 24, 2006 7:14AM
Your license only entitles you to use it on one machine at a time. Such clauses are legally questionable, however, and further, Apple is unlikely to care a lot in your case. Technically, though, they provide the OS X family pack (5 licenses for about the price of one and a half licenses) for this very purpose.
As for whether it will be of any technical use: it won't be a speed demon, and it will probably require some adjustments. XPostFacto will help.