Leopard, So I've got a G4/733

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in macOS edited January 2014
And the installer runs smoothly, menus seem snappier than anything from a Panther or Tiger install. All execept the snippy window that says Leopard does not support the current hardware.



Never-the-less, I'm still interested on seeing what it does on the G4.



I remember in the past there was a fun way to install Jaguar on a 604e, and was wondering if there was a similar way to remove a file from the installation that would stop the system check from opening and allowing you to proceed.



Spec: 733Mhz, 640 MB RAM, 2x 80GB drives, Leopard install booted from an iPod for speed, just because.

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    igrantigrant Posts: 180member
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    Originally Posted by willywalloo View Post


    And the installer runs smoothly, menus seem snappier than anything from a Panther or Tiger install. All execept the snippy window that says Leopard does not support the current hardware.



    Never-the-less, I'm still interested on seeing what it does on the G4.



    I remember in the past there was a fun way to install Jaguar on a 604e, and was wondering if there was a similar way to remove a file from the installation that would stop the system check from opening and allowing you to proceed.



    Spec: 733Mhz, 640 MB RAM, 2x 80GB drives, Leopard install booted from an iPod for speed, just because.



    I successfully got Mac OS X on my G4 Cube earlier today. I posted how I did it under the Current Hardware Forum. Here is the link Mac OS X 10.5 On G4 Cube!
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