Almost everything I've put tiger on has been G4 DP450's or later. The
oldest thing we put it on was a G3 Powerbook, and it has been OK. I
like to bump up the RAM in any tower where possible. The G3 PB was
the first box where I couldn't add RAM. It has 512.
I remember when I got the PB, and thought 512 RAM so like sooo
On Dec 22, 2005, at 8:52 AM, Perbix, Michael wrote:
> I forgot to reply to the list...
> We standardized on all slot loading and up. We upped RAM to 512 for
> every machine.
> We had some iMacs that would not even netboot and image correctly
> we upped the RAM.
> All Clamshell iBooks and tray loading iMacs got the eBay treatment.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: client-management-bounces+perbix=lmsd.org@list... > [mailto:client-management-bounces+perbix=lmsd.org@list...] On
> Behalf Of Jeramey Valley
> Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 8:48 AM
> To: client-management@list... > Subject: Re: Minimum Computer for OS-X.4
> At 4:24 PM -0800 12/21/05, Michael Bray wrote:
>> Would anyone care to comment on the minimum configuration necessary
>> to make Tiger work reasonably well?
> We've made it a G4 and 256 minimum (512 is our preferred minimum).
> All of our G3 class machines are staying at 10.3.9.
> If we had a ton of 600mhz+ iMacs, it may have changed our tune, but
> the majority of our G3 class machines are 500mhz and below. About
> 1000 iBooks and iMacs here fit that category.