i have a 366mhz tang ibook w/ 92 mgs of ram, It says 128 is the minimum amount of ram but would it still run?i tried to install it but it was taking very long so i quit it, maybe some of u have tried macos x.1 w/ less than the req. amount of ram?
Actually, I think he's right. I checked Mactracker and the first iBooks were offered in 300 & 366MHz while the next generation iBooks (w/ FireWire) were offered in 366 & 466MHz. Anyway, to phufball71 I would recommend adding at least another stick of 128MB RAM-- PC100 is very inexpensive and OS X loves RAM.Originally posted by W-_-W
You can not have a 366 mhz tangerine ibook, to my knowledge. The 366 mhz were graphite, like the one sitting on my desk now. Tangerine only came at 300. I know it's minor but I would just like to make that point.
You may want a min. of 500MHz for a G3, but for a G4, 400MHz will be capable of running OS X at a good speed.Originally posted by MattB
I think that running OS X on anything less than 500Mhz and 128Mb of ram would be useless. Like previously stated, there are minimum requirements for a reason.
How often do you use 'Classic' on that iBooger???Originally posted by Spock
Hey, OS 10.1 runs fast and smooth on my 366 iBook Get 128mb of ram and go for it