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run tiger in leopard

by jk1111 / December 27, 2007 9:57 AM PST

I was wondering if it is possible to run tiger while booted into leopard like how you can run windows inside of mac osx. (Not the way bootcamp works)

Thanks.

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Not at the same time
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / December 27, 2007 8:50 PM PST
In reply to: run tiger in leopard

You could put the two OS's on different partitions on the same drive but you would not be able to run them at the same time.

Having said that, I wonder if it would be possible with something like Parallels, kinda run a Virtual Machine.

Wonder why you would want to.

P

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Apple wouldn't want you to
by tleMega / December 28, 2007 5:05 AM PST
In reply to: run tiger in leopard

since Leopard is "better" than Tiger, like all new versions of OS X are supposed to be. Tiger has its ups and downs, but so does Leopard.

Why would you want to? Software compatibility? You can run some unsupported programs on Leopard, they just might crash or react poorly.
-BMF

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Well, there are a variety of conflicts with CS3...
by grimgraphix / December 28, 2007 8:40 AM PST

... and Leopard. Enough, in fact, that if I get a new iMac anytime soon, I have already considered replacing Leopard with Tiger.

I know, I know, Leopard has some nice additional features but you got to run the software that pays the bills before considering how nifty time machine may be.

The real problem is I'm just not a cat person. I hope they name the next os something sturdy and loyal, like Brittany Spaniel, or Golden Labrador... yeah, that's the ticket.

Wink

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(NT) How about a Golden Retriever or Chocoloate Lab? :-)
by tleMega / December 28, 2007 11:39 AM PST
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