Jaguar on PowerBook Lombard
May 9, 2002 3:36PM
edited January 2014
Have any of you tried running Jaguar 10.2 on a powerbook lombard G3? If so, how does it run?
Reply 1 of 8
February 5, 2003 2:00AM
much better now.
Reply 2 of 8
February 5, 2003 4:34PM
I used to run 10.1.5 on one with 192 MB of ram (it had 400 MHz) and I thought it was a bit painful. Jaguar must be a lot better. And of course, the more RAM you have the better it surely will be. I'd say give it a try.
I just see that the original post was from september or some such date. <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
Reply 3 of 8
February 8, 2003 12:13PM
Have you run any type of OS X on that machine?
There is a problem with some Lombards that makes OS X very unstable on them. Just a warning. Jaguar should run decently if you got one of the machines that were spared the hardware bug.
Reply 4 of 8
February 9, 2003 12:57AM
I have Jag running on a G3 266 Powerbook, the Wallstreet model. I used to have 128 megs of RAM, but added some to bring it up to 192. Much much better. I can't complain none.
Reply 5 of 8
February 9, 2003 3:51AM
Im running Jaguar on a G4 400 MHZ, 384 mb memory.
It feels very smooth and nice. :cool:
Reply 6 of 8
February 9, 2003 4:55AM
[quote]Originally posted by His Dudeness:
<strong>I have Jag running on a G3 266 Powerbook, the Wallstreet model. I used to have 128 megs of RAM, but added some to bring it up to 192. Much much better. I can't complain none.
According to the grape wine your Powerbook should get a boost with 10.2.4
Reply 7 of 8
February 11, 2003 5:15AM
That would be awesome. Any improvement is a bonus. And what gravevine did you read to get this little tidbit?
Reply 8 of 8
February 11, 2003 8:59PM
Could someone explain which version of powerbook, some of these names refer to. i.e. Lombard...Wallstreet?