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i want to install mac osx puma on my core 2 duo with 945gcmx-s2 mobo with 2gb ram currently running mac osx leopard 10.5.6

plz help

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You cant.
Puma is only for PowerPC processors.

The only way is trying to install on virtual machine.

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You cant.
Puma is only for PowerPC processors.

The only way is trying to install on virtual machine.


how can i install it under leopard 10.5.6

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@gauravsuneja: You CANNOT Install Puma at all, even under Leopard. Its either purchase a PPC Macintosh on eBay or Boot into Windows and Run PearPC which is VERY slow and takes like 20 minutes to open the most basic application due to Translating PPC > Intel x86.

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Im sorry, but Puma is PowerPC Only. There is no way to hack it to run on intel hardware. 

However, if you are up to it, try googleing "PearPC". Its a powerpc g3/g4 emulator that runs on windows. Runs puma decently. Keep in mind that the program is old and abandoned. Its kinda slow and technical. I suggest you read up on it and try to run puma on it.

Also, this is not a place to discuss OSx86 questions. Next time, please use the appropriate forum board. (Read "Forum Guidelines" on the top of this page)





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