Sub 867Mhz Macs running Leopard… here’s how!
Just posted on one of my favorite Mac podcasts, The MacCast. Apparently, James Alguire, staff at The MacCast has found a work around to getting OS X 10.5 Leopard running on older G4’s that just barely make the 867Mhz requirement. Things seem to be working just fine, though some features are obviously feeling the pinch of performance. The work around requires two non-Intel Macs (one 10.5 compatible and the lesser) and the use of Target Disk Mode. You’d probably want to max out that RAM as well (hopefully to 1GB if possible!).
Details can be found here at The MacCast.
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