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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by ZeWarrior, Oct 21, 2007.
So yeah :S I think those are good options.
I put yes. But that is only because I qualify for the $10 update. Otherwise, I probably wouldn't.
Where's the "I don't have a Mac"?
Come on guys. If your some PC users don't bother posting.
Knowing how quickly previous version of OS X get unsupported, I am going to have to buy it. Tiger without a doubt looks ALOT better but I'll put up with it until Susumu Yoshida brings out a Cats version for it
@bonemonkey - its uninformed morons like you that are bringing down the collective intelligence of these forums, please GTFO NAO.
We're part of the Apple Developer Connection -- Apple will be sending us a copy for free.
Mind you, I'll only install it on my G5 at first, because I want to see if Rominator will be compatible with Leopard. If I install it on my Macbook Pro, and Rominator doesn't work, I'll be screwed in development until it's compatible, since I do all my programming on the laptop.
So in essence, yes, I will be installing Leopard -- It looks wonderful!
Considering the huge improvements, I don't see why I wouldn't. But like Hank I'm going to allow for a period of troubleshooting before I intrust it with my book.
If I can get it to work on my PC like Tiger then yes
Odds are pretty good that Apple is gonna take lengths to preventing it from being hacked again
I wish I had a fast enough Mac to run Leopard! It looks sweet, Kinda want to find those "300 extras" and what they are.
At the moment Im stuck with lowly 10.2.8 (at least rominator works thx hank )
I've been talking to DScratch Dev gorgill he's running 10.4+ on this powerbook G3 500 and its ok. So hopefully if I get a bit more RAM i'll be able to run 10.4 on my ibook G3 - 800.
But still no Leopard for me its only runs on Mac's newer than the 2nd T-ibooks (or so I've read)
My mac is too old and slow. :'(
Yeah but OS X86 is pretty much almost like a demo version of OS X, its only comparable on a really good machine. Still a novelty though
I definitely am buying it. I pirate, yes, but Apple deserves my money. It's a pretty big update.
lolwut? Please elaborate on how its a "demo version"
he said almost like, which I'm guessing because it takes significant effort to run it as a normal desktop if you don't have the right hardware. I tried it once on my PC to see how it compared to my iBook and it lacked an ethernet driver for my chipset.
However, some people are using Darwin drivers and getting it to work that way, I haven't messed with it since I have a real Mac. It just seems like a pain to deal with since you can't update without a hacked version. To each his own though.
ill get new compy soon. power pc g5 is gettin slow.
lol if your binning your old PPC G5 send it my way, it dumps on my ibook G3 800
lolwut? I mean it in the sense that its representative of the true Mac experience, though nice to have the freedom, get a Mac if you really want to see what OS X is like.
if you want leopard flashyness you could also go linux i've found out and you dont even need the newest hardware for it
check it out "compiz fusion" desktop software for OS's like ubuntu