jaguar is currently a LOT faster than 10.1.5, and i dont even have the right props to take advantage of it (im runnin it on my pbg4 without a great video card..)What seed of 10.2 are you running? How much faster is it then 10.1.5?
It still is very buggy, but the speed is allready *rocking* allright!Originally posted by cb911
it's no good to compare Jaguar for speed. is it? i thought it was still in a sort of beta version. wouldn't it still be too buggy for serious comparison?
Originally posted by swahilibill
I just finished dl the 6C48 beta, and how do I install it. I here you burn it to a CD, but do I burn the DMG, to the CD or whatever, help would be appreciated. Thanks
I disagree. What makes you say this? I'm running the 6c48 build and I think it's better in almost every respect from 10.1.x I have had no more problems in the stability area than 10.1.x. The only problem is compatibility with some apps that haven't been tested on it, but the majority work.Originally posted by mac15
I never use jaguar, its not good
but its worth a look
I don't think this will ever be supported. The macs that have been made to work that aren't officially supported by Apple are machines that are based off the PCI archictecture. The Beige G3 is OS X's only link to so-called Old World Machines, as the beige G3 is more of an OW machine than it is a NW. So as long as Apple keeps developing for the Beige G3, than Ryan Rempel can continue to support machines that are close to it's archtecture. Anything that isn't PCI based would require too much work to support.Originally posted by big
can you run it on a 6200 machine?
There's mklinux, but that says it doesn't support the 6200 series...Originally posted by big
exactly...As a unix server it would be fine (or mediocre) however, it would still get the job done. I know there is a unix version somewhere out there for these older macs, I just can't remember the name or where to get it...still looking
TThey seem to specialize in Linux for older nubus/performa based PPC's.Machines known to work (in some form however limited)