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In Topic: [GUIDE] Snow Leopard on HP ProLiant Microserver N36L (AMD)

07 January 2016 - 12:02 AM

Thanks for the quick reply.

 

Thats good news re 1920x1080 - I use 1680/1050 just because it matches the laptop I screen share from.

 

Think I have a 6450 video card somewhere - will have to see if I can dig it out.

 

I think I may give your 10.10.5 method a go at the weekend.

In Topic: [GUIDE] Snow Leopard on HP ProLiant Microserver N36L (AMD)

06 January 2016 - 07:53 PM

Guess you screen share in to manage it.

 

What screen res do you manage to get? I really need more than a default of 1024/768 - ideally 1680x1050

In Topic: [GUIDE] Snow Leopard on HP ProLiant Microserver N36L (AMD)

04 January 2016 - 07:48 AM

My boot disk on my SL N36 has given up at the weekend. So although I have a CCC backup, I'm wondering if this is the time to consider a later version.

 

How have people gotten on over the last few months?

 

Whats the clearest step by step write up out there?

 

Not sure there'll be anything quite as good as Janitors original though  :)

In Topic: [GUIDE] Snow Leopard on HP ProLiant Microserver N36L (AMD)

07 September 2015 - 11:40 PM

Has anyone tried to get OSX Server running?

 

Interested in successes or failures...

In Topic: [GUIDE] Snow Leopard on HP ProLiant Microserver N36L (AMD)

20 April 2015 - 11:44 PM

Hi Splonk,

 

As I have 2 of the older AMD Gen 7's I'm keen to continue using them. One is a Windows 8 machine thats not used a great deal, but is there if a backup Windows desktop is needed by anyone.

 

The other is Snow Leopard and is used much more often, esp with remote access from other Macs.

 

Seems I have 3 options for the Snow Leopard box;

 

1. Continue on SL - Works well and my previous browser issues have settled, so I'm putting that down to simply too many tabs/windows. Longer term I'm concerned about interworking with up to date Macs - Yosemite and beyond.

2. Go to Mavericks - not realistic with the remote access issues.

3. Look at another OS - Windows or Linux. Am open minded here, but either option is additional complexity of running 2 OS's and tbh doesn't really appeal.

 

So I'll likely stick with SL, but check back here occasionally to see if other Mavericks installed Gen 7s have similar issues to Martin or not and if they have, how have have solved them.

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