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I'm wondering if I can get the latest build of Mac OS X 10.5 to run in PearPC. As I'm sure that Leopard is for both PPC and Intel. Would it work? I'm thinking of Leopard because hopefully there will be more seeders as 10.4.6 for PPC is taking a long time.

 

PS: What about Mac OS 9.2.2? Will that run in PearPC?

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unless you wanna run an older Mac OS like Mac OS 9, there's really no reason to run Mac OS X on PearPC when you could just run it natively.

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unless you wanna run an older Mac OS like Mac OS 9, there's really no reason to run Mac OS X on PearPC when you could just run it natively.

Mac OS 9 does not run on PearPC.

 

Mac OS X 10.3 - 10.4.1 runs slow but also VirtualPC is painfully slower.

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I tried it, but it crashed when it got to the installer.

Install it with a Mac and then create an image with Disk Utility, then transfer the image to a PearPC Disk Image.

Yeah I know a lot of time...

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unless you wanna run an older Mac OS like Mac OS 9, there's really no reason to run Mac OS X on PearPC when you could just run it natively.

 

I run OS X in PearPC, it runs ok. Not super fast but ok.

PearPC is for OS X not Mac OS 9.

 

There are many situations where a virtualized OS is required over a native install, but anyway a question has its own reasons.

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Now that PearPC had been significantly improved do you think Leopard on PearPC is at least plausible?

Please don't reply to topcs that haven't bean replied to in about 1-2 years.

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