The Jaguar Thread (Mac OS X 10.2)

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  1. Amethyst1, Aug 28, 2018
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    Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar

    Supported Hardware:

    • iMac G3
    • iMac G3 DV
    • iMac G4 15-inch, 17-inch
    • Power Mac G3
    • Power Mac G4
    • Power Mac G4 Cube
    • Power Mac G5 1.6 GHz, 1.8 GHz, dual 2 GHz (2003)
    • Xserve G4
    • iBook G3
    • PowerBook G3 (excluding Kanga)
    • PowerBook G4 Titanium
    • PowerBook G4 Aluminium 12-inch 867 MHz, 1 GHz
    • PowerBook G4 Aluminium 15-inch 1 GHz, 1.25 GHz (2003)
    • PowerBook G4 Aluminium 17-inch 1 GHz, 1.33 GHz

    Compatible Hardware Not Officially Supported
    • iBook G4 12-inch (Original)
    • Mac mini G4 – AirPort Extreme, graphics acceleration, sleep, sound not working
    • PowerBook G4 Aluminum 12-inch 1.33 GHz – sleep not working
    • PowerBook G4 Aluminum 12-inch 1.5 GHz – clamshell mode, sleep, sound, trackpad not working


    Minimum RAM:

    • 128MB (unofficially runs on 64MB)

    Minimum Hard Drive Space / Partition Size:

    • 1.5GB

    Release Date:

    • August 23, 2002

    Here is Jaguar running "unofficially" on my 12-inch 1.33 GHz PowerBook:

    [​IMG]

    If someone happens to like the wallpaper: http://wallpaperpulse.com/wallpaper/310179

    And the Server flavour running on a dual-processor Power Mac G4 "Gigabit Ethernet":

    Jaguar Server.png


    Apple Software Updates



    Web Browsers, FTP et al.



    Audio & Video



    Games

    • Marble Blast Gold 1.5.2
    • Nanosaur II 1.1


    Graphics & Design

    • Adobe Creative Suite 2
      • Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional
      • Adobe GoLive CS2 8.0
      • Adobe Illustrator CS2 12.0
      • Adobe InCopy CS2 4.0
      • Adobe InDesign CS2 4.0
      • Adobe Photoshop CS2 9.0
    • Art Directors Toolkit 4.1
    • GIFfun 4.2 (part of Stone Works 2008-03-13)
    • GraphicConverter 5.2
    • Macromedia Studio MX 2004
      • Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004
      • Macromedia Flash MX 2004
      • Macromedia Fireworks MX 2004
      • Macromedia FreeHand MX
    • PhotoToWeb 3.0 (part of Stone Studio 2006-03-07)
    • Slice & Dice 4.3.3 (part of Stone Works 2008-03-13)
    • StampInStone 3.5.3 (part of Stone Works 2008-03-13)

    Office & Productivity


    Emulators

    • Virtual PC 7.0.2

    Software Development

    • Apple Developer Tools (December 2002)

    Tools & Utilities


    Note: The versions listed here may not be the latest versions compatible with Jaguar. I'm listing what I found/use on my installations.

    This is a WikiPost. Please contribute by editing with more download links and information.

    -Amethyst1
     
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    I have added the updates that I have copies of - the latest QuickTime for Jaguar is 6.5.3 I believe (not 6.5.2), I have a copy but cannot find it available for download any more to add a link.
     
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    Great. :) I found a mirror of the updates hosted at ftp.iinet.net.au here and have added Java 1.4.1 Update 1, Safari 1.0.3 and Graphics Driver Update 1.0 to the list.

    Maybe you can host QuickTime 6.5.3 somewhere.
     
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    It says it's corrupted. Cannot open it at all. :(
     
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    I've changed the link (linking directly to the file wasn't a smart move). Does it work now?
     
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    No, unfortunately. :( Screen Shot 2018-08-28 at 11.53.25 PM.png
     
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    I see – I get the same when using the site's "Download" button. What works for me (in Firefox 61.0.2) is right-clicking on the image, selecting "View Image" so it opens in another tab and then right-clicking to "Save Image As". That gives me a one-megabyte file called 310179.jpg.
     
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    Yes! In Safari, right click, then "Save Image As" worked for me!

    Thank you so much, this is beautiful. <3
     

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    All right, how many people here have a "Stuff" folder on their desktop?

    *raises hand*
     
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    Bildschirmfoto 2018-08-29 um 16.32.15.png

    ;)
     
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    I have a folder named "stuff I am too lazy to sort"
     
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    I used to use similar folders, then I gave up on folders and just left all the files out. :p
     
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    I have Tidy Up folders. Inside those it's not very tidy. Also Stuff folders. I like stuff.
     
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    Added a list of systems that Jaguar will run on despite being unsupported, along with the machine-specific caveats.
     
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    On running Jaguar on an iBook G4, is it only for the very first 2003 model or does it extend to other models?
     
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    I have personally tested Jaguar on the original (2003) 12-inch iBook G4. Since the 2004 models have the same GPU, it's possible that Jaguar works on these as well. The 2005 model has a different GPU and drops the ADB-connected trackpad for a USB one, so I'd expect issues on that model (I should give it a try since I have one of those).
     
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    Since I'm doing some rainy-day Mac stuff (replaced failing HDD in core duo macbook) I'll try and get Jaguar running on my 2005 iBook G4 today.
     
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    After some testing, I've been unable to get Jaguar to boot on the 2005 iBook G4, but maybe someone else will have better luck
     
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    Back to the drawing board. ;)
     
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    Did you get a kernel panic?
     
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    All it did was present the stop sign. I booted it off of USB, so that might have something to do with it (Even though Tiger and Leopard both installed fine with USB)
     
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