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Discussion in 'macOS' started by Serickso, Jul 12, 2009.
Anyone running Leopard on a G4 Sawtooth?
Is is possible? How slow is it?
I dont think thats possible.
It may depend on your configuration.
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I misread your post, ignore that. Really tired and really long day.
Not sure what "Sawtooth" refers to, but we have Leopard working on two Powerbook G4s here, a 15" with 2GB RAM and a 12" with 1.5GB. It runs very well in both cases.
"Sawtooth" is the code name of a particular Power Mac G4.
Based on the specifications a normal install of Leopard is impossible. You'd have to use an external app to get it on there.
check out a nifty app called mactracker.
Got it running on 867MHz and 1.5GHz 12"Powerbook G4's. It runs great on the 1.5 and pretty well on the 867. Both are maxed out in RAM.
If your G4 doesn't meet the minimum specs for Leopard, (867 MHz CPU)
Don't know if this will work with G3 processors.
So, if the G4 isn't minimum spec, good luck on this.