Actually if you search google for "OSX on pre G3" it'll come up with some program to bypass the checks and stuff so you can install OSX still.Bonsaichop said:unless you're getting a blue and whte g3 power mac don't bother. The g3 beige powermacs do not have USB they have the old ADB for kbd and mouse. Without USB osx 10.3 will not install.
Sorry to burst your bubble but I just went througha similar thing with a spare g3 beige power mac i had here.
Sure it "requires" more, according to apple... but he can make it run, simple open the package file and delete the "install check". I learned that after searching google for something on the lines of installing final cut pro on pearpc, or a G3... Thats how I run FCP on this little iMac, render takes long but suprisingly enough the timeline is quite snappy.applekid said:GarageBand can't be used on your machine. It requires a 600 MHz G3 or better, if I'm not mistaken.
You can try to put an investment in a processor upgrade kit, if overclocking isn't your thing. MacSales.com should have some.
G3s do make useable OS X machines. I'm typing from a Bondi Blue iMac running Panther right now