Discussion in 'Mac & OS X' started by mynameisBEEKMAN, Sep 3, 2008.
well?? or is there a way to run the SDK on 10.3.9???
I highly doubt you can install Leopard on that and have it at a usable speed. And not as far as I'm aware of.
leopard needs at least 512 mb ram
Leopard requires 512MB RAM (and will run pretty slow with that little), and the SDK requires 10.5.3 or above. Also, 300MHz is not nearly enough. Sorry Please Register or Log in to view images
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The SDK requires 1 GB of RAM btw.
bummer, well, its a good thing i got the imac for free Please Register or Log in to view images
buy a real mac!!
haha lol thats the first time i've been able to say that.. i feel..powerful Please Register or Log in to view images
One of my older iMacs is an older model and t's running Leopard fine. Albeit, slow as hell, it runs.
It's got OpenOffice on it and some toys here and there, but it works. As far as the SDK, as it was already pointed out, you should have least an absolute minimum of a Gig of RAM.
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