Tiger support for Pismo added!

ravenvii

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Didn't it say "any computer with a G3, G4 or a G5 and a builtin Firewire port is supported"? If that PowerBook has a G3, and has Firewire, it's supported...
 

Mitthrawnuruodo

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Raven VII said:
Didn't it say "any computer with a G3, G4 or a G5 and a builtin Firewire port is supported"? If that PowerBook has a G3, and has Firewire, it's supported...
Yes, I knew all along it should be supported, but it was missing from Apple's supported Hardware list... now we know, and I can buy a Family pack for my iBook and my old Pismo (and probably my father in laws Mac mini, even if he, technically, is not a part of our household... :eek:)
 

gopher

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GFLPraxis said:
w00t! I was running Panther on my Pismo, it was a tad buggier than OS X usually is. Maybe now that there is Pismo-specific support it'll run better. Tiger me, baby! :)
A buggy OS is usually indicative of something wrong with your system directory, permissions, bad preferences, cache, or installed drivers. That would not be solved by an upgrade to Tiger. My suggestion is if you have a buggy system, be sure to back up all essential data prior to upgrading and Archive and Install. And if that doesn't work, then erase and install.

http://www.macmaps.com/upgradefaq.html
 

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