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Leopard Retail DVD (Dutch)

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
MD5: b99c36a91408d8c736f7806ddb6fcf8f
For Mac OS X
This app works with: QEMU

This is a disk image where a copy of the retail version of Leopard 10.5.6 is installed. This copy is in Dutch, but it's very easy to use the Google Translate app to set it up in English (this is a multi-language copy). To get this copy onto the target is actually very easy if you use a USB to IDE/SATA converter or if you connect the target through FireWire and boot with the T key held down (it's called Target Disk Mode) and restore the image that way. It's fully bootable under PowerPC and Intel, so just restore this disk image with Disk Utility and you are all set. Hope this helps because a lot of Leopard disk copies out there are mostly non-functional!

Architecture: PPC (Carbonized) x86 (Intel:Mac)

PowerPC G4 & G5


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by sfp1954 - 2020, June 30 - 1:53pm

Burnable 10.5.4 here.

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by hal_c_on - 2020, July 30 - 9:22pm

I powered my A1095 in target mode and restored its native hard drive with the drive from the dmg extraction. Nothing.I restored my firewire drive with the drive from the dmg extraction. Booted computer from firewire. Nothing.Is it working for anyone else?

**EDIT**. I had to download to a machine with 10.5 on it, and then restore via target mode. It works. But still a lot of dutch in places despite changing the language and upgrading it to 10.6. But it works. Namloos for the win.