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Discussion in 'macOS' started by TommyLee, Apr 6, 2008.
I've got a PowerMac G5 and I'm working on my friends iMac G4.
Doesn't sound like a good idea. You don't need a disk to repair permissions though.
You don't need the install disk to repair permissions, it's done in Disk Utility.
what about the "disk repair"?
I think disk repair is out of the question as well, as it checks file directories and such against what the Leopard directory should look like, not a Tiger one.
A bit late on the response, but in case future readers read this, I don't want them to have bad info.
Permissions Repair, sure. But I wouldn't do it, no. It uses BOMs for Leopard, which may or may not differ from that of Tiger. Who knows what odd behavior the Mac might exhibit after that?
Disk Repair, sure. It's not much more than a GUI'd fsck front end. No harm there.