donoreo wrote:I started the Mac first. I was upgrading from 10.4 "Tiger" to 10.5 "Leopard". Mac is the "everything just works" platform. I did a straight upgrade on the Mac. When it was done an hour or so later, it would not boot. Came up to the grey screen with the Apple logo and then would shut down. I searched online and found someone else that had the same thing and solved it by doing an archive and install. That worked, an hour and a half later.
By the way - I'm putting off upgrading to Leopard until the new year. I'll let others discover other as-yet undiscovered bugs. Do keep us informed.
Marrea wrote:I'm still running Panther on my Mac Mini. Or at least I was when I last turned it on several months ago.
spottedcat wrote:You mean you think it might have upgraded itself to Tiger without even being switched on? I knew Mac OSX was a good OS, but...
Marrea wrote:pressed the power button and waited.
Marrea wrote:But if I decided I wanted to upgrade to 10.5, would my Mac Mini be able to cope I wonder? I've had mine for about two and a half years and it's the entry level 1.25GHz G4 with 256RAM. It seems to be the norm these days that if you upgrade an o.s. you also have to upgrade your hardware at the same time.
Minimum System Requirements
* â€¢ Mac computer with an Intel, PowerPC G5, or PowerPC G4 (867MHz or faster) processor
* â€¢ 512MB of physical RAM
* â€¢ DVD drive for installation
spottedcat wrote:I should imagine you'll need the patience of Job.
spottedcat wrote: ... you might find this video useful .... The most interesting revelation from that video is that the tool recommmended by Apple for opening a Mac Mini up is a putty knife.
Diagmato wrote:It could be worse - imagine "upgrading" to Vista, finding out its too slow, amongst your TV card or whatever not working, only to move back to XP and find out that your licence key wont work as its now a Vista key. (I take it once you move to Leopard, you can still use Tiger, right?).
Either way, Upgrading to a new Ubuntu, or Fedora (from each respective distro) is just far more convenient.
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