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OSX_10.0_Internal.cdr_.sit (462.25 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#2
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Mac_OS_X_Cheetah_CD.dmg_.zip (433.46 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#3
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MacOS_10_0_3.toast_.sit (429.25 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#4
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Combo10_0_4.dmg_.zip (19.13 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#5
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March2001DevToolsCD.dmg_.zip (153.73 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#6
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MacOS_10_1.toast_.sit (476.89 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#7
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Mac_OSX_10_1_3.toast_.sit (502.28 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#8
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Combo10.1.5.dmg_.zip (44.55 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#9
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iPhoto1.toast_.sit (11.11 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#10
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iMovie2.toast_.sit (166.08 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#11
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iTunes3.toast_.zip (119.60 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#12
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DTools_10_1.toast_.sit (180.58 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#13
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Jaguar_CD1.toast_.sit (450.12 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#14
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Jaguar_CD2.toast_.sit (325.29 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#15
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Jaguar_Update.toast_.sit (109.23 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#16
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Combo10_2_8.dmg_.zip (96.40 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#17
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DTools_10_2.toast_.sit (278.14 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#18
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Panther_CD1.toast_.zip (483.15 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#19
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Panther_CD2.toast_.zip (590.44 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#20
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Panther_CD3.toast_.zip (192.61 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#21
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MacOSXUpdateCombo10.3.8.dmg (99.25 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#22
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Panther_Xcode_Tools.toast_.zip (580.15 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#23
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Jaguar_Panther_Updates.toast_.zip (627.45 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#24
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pantherappleint.cdr_.zip (2.50 GB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#25
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Tiger_CD1.toast_.zip (433.84 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#26
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Tiger_CD2.toast_.zip (575.86 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#27
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Tiger_CD3.toast_.zip (585.43 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#28
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Tiger_CD4.toast_.zip (171.70 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#29
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Tiger_Updates.dmg_.zip (745.04 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#30
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Tiger_4_6.dmg_.zip (2.54 GB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#31
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Leopard_10_5_4.dmg_.zip (6.40 GB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#32
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Mac_OS_X_Leopard_10.5.6.iso (7.07 GB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#33
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Leopard_10_5_8_Up.dmg_.zip (755.67 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#34
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Mac_OS_X_Release_Candidate.zip (578.23 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#35
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Single_DVD_Leopard_Install.cdr (4.38 GB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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MACOSX-ReadBeforeYouInstall.pdf
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

Mac OS X Internal Edition - (Download #1)

Mac OS X Public Beta
System clock must be set before May 2001.

Mac OS X Cheetah 10.0 - (Download #2 - #5)
10.0? Installer
10.0.3 Installer
10.0.4 Updater
Developer Tools (10.0.0/March 2001)

Mac OS X Puma 10.1 - (Download #6 - #12)
10.1 Installer
10.1.3 Installer
10.1.5 Updater
iPhoto 1
iMovie 2
iTunes 3 - iMovie 3 - iPhoto 2 Requires Mac OS 10.1.5
Developer's Tools for 10.1

Mac OS X Jaguar 10.2 - (Download #13 - #17)
CD 1
CD 2
10.2.3 Updater CD
10.2.8 Combo Updater
Developer's Tools for 10.2

Mac OS X Panther 10.3 - (Download #18 - #23)
CD 1
CD 2
CD 3
10.3.8 Combo Updater
Panther Xcode Tools
Jaguar and Panther complete updates (Combo 10.3.9, Java...)

Mac OS X Panther 10.3 - Apple Internal Edition DVD - (Download #24)

Mac OS X Tiger 10.4 - (Download #25 - #29)
CD 1
CD 2
CD 3
CD 4
Complete Tiger Updates (10.4.11 Combo, Java, Safari, Quicktime)

Mac OS 10.4.6 DVD - (Download #30)

Tiger_4_6.dmg.zip

Download from Mega

Leopard requires a dual layer DVD.
Unless you can find a DVR-R DL blank you'll probably need to use a +R blank and boot from an external FireWire drive that supports DL +R disks.
At least that has been my experience with older machines.

Mac OS 10.5.4 DVD - (Download #31)

Leopard_10_5_4.dmg.zip

Download from Mega

Mac OS 10.5.6 DVD - (Download #32)

Mac OS 10.5.8 Update - (Download #33)

Leopard_10_5_8_Up.dmg.zip
Download from Mega

Mac OS X Release Candidate - (Download #34)
Zip contains both installer & developer tools.

Mac OS X 10.5 Single Layer DVD - (Download #35)
Basic OS install, no extras included as to fit on one DVD.

History:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MacOS_version_history#Releases
Mac OS: Versions, builds included with PowerPC Macs (since 1998) : Learn the version(s) of Mac OS included with PowerPC-based Macs produced since 01 Jan 1998.

See also:
Mac OS X for Intel microprocessor

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC PPC (Carbonized)

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sfp1954's picture
by sfp1954 - 2018, February 6 - 4:26pm

Sorry. I guess I should have mentioned that in general PPCs cannot boot from external USB hard drives, USB sticks or optical drives (CD/DVD). You must use SCSI or Firewire. There are ways around this for later PPCs (1999? and later), but it requires booting into open firmware.

https://www.debian.org/releases/sarge/powerpc/ch05s01.html.en

https://sites.google.com/site/shawnhcorey/howto-boot-apple-powerpcs-from...

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by WhosIt.There - 2018, February 6 - 6:15am

It depends on the computer model - some Macs can boot of external drives, some can't.

It also depends on the drive - some older drives (internal or external) can't read re-writable CDs, and some even older drives can't read writable CDs either.

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by jackrhodes2107 - 2018, February 6 - 4:53am
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WOAH HOLD UP! I just got it to work on my PowerMac G3!!! This whole time I was trying to get it to boot off an external Read and Write burner because my iMac DV's internal burner is broke. So I guess that means you can’t boot off an external usb burner. THANK YOU SO MUCH THIS IS AWESOME!!!

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by jackrhodes2107 - 2018, February 6 - 2:42am
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I got on my PPC iMac G5 running Leopard and downloaded Toast 6 and I followed all of sfp1954's steps and it still did not work I'm lost but so far I do appreciate everyones help so far.

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by WhosIt.There - 2018, February 6 - 1:58am

Depending on what hardware / emulation you have, these are already here:

Most Toast images can also be mounted on the Desktop or burnt to disc using Disk Utility already included with Mac OS X.

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by jackrhodes2107 - 2018, February 6 - 1:35am
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Wait so what you are saying for the .toast files is that I have to go out and buy a copy of Roxio Toast?
http://www.roxio.com

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by sfp1954 - 2018, February 5 - 11:38pm

You must burn to CD to use. DVD for 10.4.6, Dual Layer DVD for Leopard

.toast.sit files can be used in either OS 9 or OSX.
.dmg.zip files are for Apple Disk Utility in OSX (Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility).

I prefer to either use 9.2.2 or 10.2 - 10.6.8.

Download file(s).
Double click to decompress.
For .toast files: Simply drag and drop into Toast and hit burn.
Or open Toast, use the COPY tab, select IMAGE FILE, select the .toast file, hit the BURN button. Do NOT mount the image and try to copy it using Toast. It will NOT be bootable.

In OSX with Disk Utility you can burn either .dmg or .toast files.
Open Disk Utility. Drag the file into the lower left of the window and click once to select.
Hit the BURN button.

So for the .dmg.zip files all you need is OSX. No third party apps needed.

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by jackrhodes2107 - 2018, February 5 - 10:37pm
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I really want to use these files and I love how they are all gathered in one place but please can someone tell me how to actually use these??? I want to make a bootable cd or usb out of them and I want to know if I need disk Utility or some other 3rd party sources. Thanks

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by Nana - 2017, November 27 - 10:03pm

Nothing on OS X matters at all. All preserved long ago on Intel Mac.
It was a total lack of understanding on my part as I thought I was doing a clean install. I only picked the archive version of install because I thought it was needed for OS9.

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by MikeTomTom - 2017, November 21 - 10:33pm

Hi Nana, that the files you are trying to preserve are for Classic Mac OS 9, you should be able to perform a clean install of OS X Tiger, without damaging or losing your OS 9 installed files. A clean install of OS X would replace the earlier version of OS X that you have, but leave the OS 9 install intact.

Are you able to back up all of your current files that you wish to keep, to an external hard drive (just in case things don't work out)?

Nana's picture
by Nana - 2017, November 20 - 10:34pm

Panic over about the CD-R s , people were making such a fuss about using them that I had the idea they were hard to get. No problem they are easy to buy.

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by Nana - 2017, November 21 - 10:27pm

Would this G3 iBook go on the internet as described here ? I am worried about running out of CD-R discs before I get the downloads sorted out.
Create a FireWire Network
FireWire can also be used as a networking interface. How do you go about that? Simply use your "Network" preferences pane, in the System Preferences application and check the "Built-In FireWire" port in the "Network Port Configuration" list. Then, link your devices together as you would with regular Ethernet cable and you're free to go; just make sure that both devices are configured to use FireWire as a networking interface, or you won't go very far.
Bought new CD-Rs in case mine were too old. Made 4 new Tiger discs. The process said "Checking your installation CD," etc but still get message
"You cannot upgrade this version of Mac OS X"

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by Nana - 2017, November 20 - 9:44pm

Reburned OS X 10.4 and CD booted, -checked installation CD - next window "Preparing the disk" then window said "Errors in installing the software." and "please try installing again" and offered a Restart button -so I tried again I am back again at the language installation page . Help.
Different apple advice says I can install on Mac OS X 10.1 and another that I can only install Tiger on MAC OS X 10.2 . Could this be my problem ? Have I burnt the incorrect version of Tiger ?

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by fehervaria - 2017, October 1 - 11:52am

Ciao Gazza, Smile
were you able to solve your problem? Sorry for the late question, I just read your problem now. If you need I can burn the Tiger CDs for you and send it to you. (I can test'em as well before send on a G4 iMac) I am also in Italy.
Ciao

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by Gazza - 2017, August 22 - 4:03pm

Nope, i'm from Italy Sad thanks anyway, i really appreciate! I will try to burn it on Win with ImgBurn and let's see what happens. I think i will give a try with CDs burning, just to be 100% sure

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by sfp1954 - 2017, August 22 - 3:52pm

If you're in the USA I would be happy to burn and test a DVD copy of Tiger and the mail it to you.
Just private message me.

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by Gazza - 2017, August 22 - 1:01pm

"Are you using a DVD+R or a DVD-R blank? (Hopefully not a DL).
A DVD-R would be best for G4 machines.
Are you sure the iMac has a DVD and not a CR-R drive?
Even if you're sure it is a DVD drive it's possible for them to fail such that they read CDs but not DVDs."

Hi @sfp1954 (sorry for late reply). I'm using a DVD-R. I'm pretty sure my iMac has a DVD drive because inside the box there are both the 4CDs and the DVD restore: if i put the "first" CD nothing happens and iMac doesn't boot up, if i put the DVD the iMac correctly boots from DVD and installs OS X 10.2. (I would also underline that over the CDs i read "eMac", whereas on the DVD i read iMac). Anyway, i didn't still try to burn with a Windows PC. In this case, which would be the correct steps to burn the image after i downloaded it? Thanks again for your help

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by MikeTomTom - 2017, August 20 - 10:55pm

@tunacleaner: Shame about the wasted DL DVD's. I also made a few "coasters" trying to get a working burn. I did manage to get one tho', after some failures. Those trials are outlined throughout this thread.

However, in another discussion here it was discovered that it's possible to copy the Leopard .dmg to a USB thumb drive and install from that. It was also pointed out that its also possible to strip some of the content from the .dmg (re-build it) and burn it to a single layer DVD, then install from that.

You might like to skim through that discussion for some alternative pointers that may be helpful.

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by tunacleaner - 2017, August 20 - 8:31pm

Well I'm about to give up on this. I've gone through about $30 worth of DL DVDs trying to burn that Leopard_10_5_4.dmg_.zip image and they've all failed. Downloaded the file several times and they all have the same md5. Extracted with built-in archiver tool, locked the file in Get Info (cmd+i), and then burned in Disk Utility. I've done this on several different Macs using both the built-in DVD drives and a known working USB DVD Drive.

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by os9er - 2017, August 18 - 4:01am

I'll download it at school, as my home WiFi is data-capped... I'll try it and let you know what happens.

Also, SkyCapt, I burned the first CD image of the 4-disc 10.4.0 set.

I have a DVD of 10.4.0 that came with a Mac Mini G4/1.42, but when I tried to install that, it said "BaseSystem cannot be installed on this computer." Same thing when I tried to install the packages from the aforementioned CD image manually. And, as well, the first image of the 4-disc 10.3.0 "Panther" set worked perfectly when burned to a DVD rather than a CD.

EDIT: For some reason the download didn't quite complete, I'll try again some other time... And also, XPostFacto doesn't work properly either.

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by sfp1954 - 2017, August 16 - 2:40am

If your machine can read DVDs burn the full 10.4.6 Tiger DVD.
Mac OS 10.4.6 DVD - (Download #30)

A CD image is going to have a bootable CD driver, so I would not expect it to work when burned to a DVD.

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by SkyCapt - 2017, August 16 - 2:38am

Hello os9er. Did u burn the #25 Tiger 10.4.0 or the #30 Tiger 10.4.6 ? The disc IS booting, no-platform-driver is a common err for mismatched disc type to machine type. Your hardware "officially" supports Tiger. Maybe try burning the other #25 vs #30, or hunt for a machine-specific (gray) disc, or as last resort applying "XPostFacto" should work.

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by os9er - 2017, August 16 - 2:09am

Hi all,

For some reason the Tiger "Install Disc 1" doesn't work for me. I burned it to a blank DVD (because DVDs are the only blank optical media I have at the moment), popped it into my 500 MHz Pismo PowerBook, and got a kernel panic saying "Unable to find driver for this platform: PowerBook3,1". Can anyone help me with this?

P.S. I burned the disc using imgBurn in Windows; could that have something to do with it?

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by sfp1954 - 2017, August 14 - 12:40am

You still need to burn the DL DVD.
Will only work if you can boot off the DVD via sharing. Something I've never tried.
If all the machines have firewire you could also put the one that reads the dual DVD into target mode (boot while holding down T) and use it as an eternal DVD drive. Just make sure you don't connect the two machines until the one is in target mode, and make sure you dismount the external drive/machine and disconnect the firewire cable before rebooting the target mode machine. Otherwise you can fry the firewire ports.

You could also install on one machine and then clone to the other two hard drives using target mode and Apple Disk Utility.

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by tunacleaner - 2017, August 13 - 9:42pm

OK, so let me get this straight. I have the following apple products: PowerBook 5,1", "PowerBook 5,9", and "iMac PowerMac12,1"

I want to install OSX Leopard 10.5.4 on all of them using the zipped DMG provided above. In order to do this, I need to burn that DMG to a dual layer DVD? What about using a second Mac with DVD Sharing software and a firewire cable?

Thanks

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by MacTouch - 2017, August 6 - 6:19pm

It's the same as the first DL, but with one folder with some programs specifically added only for the Apple staff's at the beginning...

Ah, and thanks to fogWraith for this one. Smile

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by themacthing - 2017, August 6 - 5:12pm
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anyone know what "mac os x release candidate" is?

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by sfp1954 - 2017, August 2 - 8:45pm

Are you using a DVD+R or a DVD-R blank? (Hopefully not a DL).
A DVD-R would be best for G4 machines.
Are you sure the iMac has a DVD and not a CR-R drive?
Even if you're sure it is a DVD drive it's possible for them to fail such that they read CDs but not DVDs.

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by Gazza - 2017, August 2 - 12:13pm

Hi guys, first of all you SAVED my life doing this site! Secondly, i follow the instructions described by other users about how to burn a bootable DVD for Tiger:
- unzip the file
- lock the .dmg (cmd + i and check the "locked" option)
- burn the .dmg (right click + burn to DVD because i'm on Sierra)
The fact is on my MacBook Pro it correctly shows up the Tiger installation on the just burnt DVD but obviously i can't proceed with the installaiton. If i put the DVD inside my iMac G4 than after 1/2 mins it eject it without doing nothing. Am i missing something? Do i need to open the .dmg file and than burn the "extracted" file? My iMac G4 can read DVDs (i just restored Jaguar 10.2 using the DVD contained in the original box) and it's the "iMac (Flat Panel)". Thanks in advance for any help. Cheers!

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by MacTouch - 2017, July 20 - 12:51pm

For the anecdote, there is an Apple's artificial restriction in Mac OS X. As not supported by them until Panther, DVD+R cannot be mounted on previous versions like others types of DVD. I don't know if DVD+R DL are affected...

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by MikeTomTom - 2017, July 20 - 1:53am

@jesse: With regards to the Leopard 10.5.4 zipped .dmg image. As well as the good advice on extracting the image using the Mac OS zip utility and ensuring the image is locked as soon as you extract it plus the minimum spec advice already given. Also I found with this image that:

It is a good image and does work as a bootable disk when written back to DL DVD media. But I also found it to be very particular when writing it back to DVD. In fact I made several "coasters" in the process, but eventually I picked one method that worked (where both Toast & ImgBurn had failed on this one) for me:

  1. Extract the .dmg using built-in OS X Zip Utility
  2. Immediately check it's locked status ensuring the image is locked before doing anything else with it.
  3. Start up OS X Disk Utility and drag the locked .dmg icon into the lower left part of the Utility's window to add it's name to the list of disks.
  4. Click "Burn" and insert blank DL DVD into burner, when requested.

That's how I got a bootable DVD written with this .dmg. Plus, I burned it to DVD+R DL media.

I notice in an earlier post made by sfp1954, he mentions that DVD+R DL on G4 Aluminum Powerbooks cannot read a burnt dual layer +R. and when installing Leopard on those machines he usually has to use a full size external DVD drive for the install.

So if your G4 PowerBook is in that category, you may not be able to use writable DVD+R DL media and should look at using the external approach.

I was able to boot up Leopard 10.5.4 to an iBook G4 using DVD+R DL media OK. That didn't seem to be a problem for the iBook, only getting a good burn was an issue for me, initially.

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by sfp1954 - 2017, July 17 - 11:04pm

Is your Powerbook at least 867MHz? That's the minimum.
Are you using the alt key at startup to select the Leopard disc?

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by MacTouch - 2017, July 17 - 9:44pm

If not already done, u need to lock (in the "Get info" window) the image just after unzipping it & before burn it to make it bootable. Obviously, the "Get info" window is accessible on a Mac. Smile

[EDIT] For informations, what is your model of Pbook G4 ?

jesse's picture
by jesse - 2017, July 17 - 6:34pm

My PowerBook G4 can read the disc but it doesn't boot from it.

sfp1954's picture
by sfp1954 - 2017, July 13 - 12:06am

You must use OSX unzip/decompress.

jesse's picture
by jesse - 2017, July 12 - 11:17pm

Can someone test the Leopard 10.5.4 file? The ZIP appears to be corrupt when I try to open it using 7Zip.

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, July 9 - 1:43pm

De nada. I can recommend u ImgBurn to burn images. Smile

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by macanalista - 2017, July 9 - 12:14pm

Hola, gracias. I had been able to install panther in the past using XPostFacto, but I bought those CDs ready made. So you say .img no good? Is a WinPC able to recognise and burn the .toast images? They came compressed as .dmg originally. Many thanks

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by MacTouch - 2017, July 9 - 11:45am

Hola,

Not sure that .img is the best way to create a bootable volume for Mac OS X. Otherwise, I remember, a long time ago, I was constrained to boot from an external CDRW drive for installing Panther & Tiger with XPostFacto on my Beige G3. Sad

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by macanalista - 2017, July 9 - 11:10am

Hi all, I've been trying to record some system installation images on CDs without success. These are 3 Panther images which came as .toast, I converted the images to .img as I read somewhere using Disk Utility in OS 9.2.2 and as I have no CDRW drive went to a cyber where were recorded on CDs But when I put them on the CDReader in my beige G3 and open XpostFacto it say the CD is not bootable. I have 2 beige g3s and soon I'll acquire an MDD so I'll need to be able to record MacOS on discs. Since I live in Mendoza-Argentina I'm so far from civilisation that turns to be too difficult to get anything made by no-one. ¿Can anybody help please? I tried too many times in different ways but no luck.

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by MikeTomTom - 2017, July 2 - 11:04pm

As a known disliker of over long pages, I would not mind if this page was split into two (or three). Hard to tell where to draw the line. After 10.3 maybe, as than came Intel?

@24bit: I'm thinking separate pages for 10.0x, 10.1x, 10.2x, 10.3x, 10.4x, 10.5x, etc, etc,; would be more agreeable to my sense of aesthetics and the ease of sifting through jetsam.

But, you know what an awful and tedious task that would entail Tongue

(For those who don't know the details; Currently, once a file is uploaded to a page here, it cannot be moved easily to another location. And unless you are the original uploader, an uploaded file has to be manually downloaded and then re-uploaded to any new page's location.)

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by MacTouch - 2017, July 2 - 4:45pm

Hi 24bit Wink

I would not mind if this page was split into two (or three)

If u are talking about the pages "Mac OS X for...", there is this one & another for Intel. There is a link above for that one. Also, u have a link on the top right to see the list of all pages and called :

games uploaded so far

Hard to tell where to draw the line. After 10.3 maybe, as than came Intel?

You can read this from the website Wikipedia :

On January 10, 2006, Apple released the first Intel-based Macs along with the 10.4.4 update to Tiger

As u may know, the first system Intel only is Mac OS X 10.6...

Thanks for your upload, anyway. Smile

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by 24bit - 2017, July 2 - 4:04pm
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Added 10.0 Internal.
From the CD image: ProductBuildVersion 4K78, ProductName Mac OS X, ProductVersion 10.0.

As a known disliker of over long pages, I would not mind if this page was split into two (or three).
Hard to tell where to draw the line. After 10.3 maybe, as than came Intel?

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by MeekAndroid - 2017, June 3 - 11:36pm

this is awesome, downloaded OS/X Tiger and burned it to CD and was able to resurrect my system

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by fogWraith - 2017, May 25 - 2:59pm

I've downloaded from main, mirror, mega and with the same error message under OS X 10.7.5 /w The Unarchiver 3.11.1.

The built-in Archive Utility unpacks everything fine.

So it would seem the issue lies with The Unarchiver in this case.

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by Rokkun - 2017, May 25 - 2:52pm

I tried to download Leopard iso 4 times now and I can't extract it because the "archive is incomplete". Any tip? I tried with Keka and The Unarchiver.

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by MacTouch - 2017, April 18 - 12:47pm

The other way for using a Tiger disc on Intel is to modify a specific oem version...

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by Troyd - 2017, April 17 - 10:44pm

The only retail version of 10.4.6 (or any version of Tiger for that matter) for Intel is Mac OS X Server (10.4.7), which was issued in Universal format. All other retail versions, server or standalone are PPC only. The only other way to get an Intel version is to obtain the grey install discs that shipped with your Intel Mac computers or servers.

Retail Leopard was Universal, requiring a DL-DVD because of the amount of code for both platforms.

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by SkyCapt - 2017, April 17 - 10:07pm

Install DVD 10.4.6 is for PPC-only, but on it is Developer Xcode Tools v2.2.1 which happens to be fully Universal PPC+Intel. 10.4.6 does exist for Intel Macs, this download just ain't that.

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by bertyboy - 2017, April 6 - 7:02am

Mmm, now I find this. I, too, burned many DVD-R DL coasters trying to copy my one good disc.
In the end I created a bootable firewire install drive from my 3rd gen iPod and have used that until recently - now use a clean installed 230GB drive, that I CCC to any other drive that needs a bootable 10.5 on it. Not perfect, as the master was created on a PMG5 with dual ethernet, all the Macs who get a 10.5 disk from this one think they have dual ethernet too. Smile

I shall be trying Disk Utility again tonight.