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Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by macjay, May 4, 2007.
Is it possible to use a fully working G3 iBook as the display for a Mac Mini?
Found an answer to my own question here:
If someone could explain how this would work in simple terms, I'd appreciate it.
Well, technically Target Disk Mode will mean you're running form the iBook, but you'll have the mini's hard disk mounted as a drive on the Desktop, giving you access to all its files. The computer doing all the work will still be the iBook though.
Actually, further down in that linked thread I gave, they talk about using Apple Remote Desktop or VCN to use the iBook's screen as a display for another machine.
True, but then you'll have your network speed as the bottleneck.