Find great deals on eBay for mac os x leopard. Shop with confidence. Skip to main content. eBay Logo: Save up to 10% when you buy more. Was: Previous Price $ or Best Offer. Free Shipping. Watch. 1 new & refurbished from $ Macintosh Mac OS X Leopard version Software Boxed. Pre-Owned. Mac OS X Leopard (version ) is the sixth major release of Mac OS X (now named macOS), Apple's desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. Leopard was released on October 26, as the successor of Mac OS X Tiger, and is available in two editions: a desktop version suitable for personal computers, and a server version, Mac OS X pboxfr.meper: Apple Inc. Mar 21, · Question: Q: Can I Install OS X Leopard on my Mac? More Less. Apple Footer. This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not.
In the linked Apple tech article, Apple states, "Important: If you're using Mac OS X Here's how to do fsck -fy: Shut Down Mac completely, Restart your Mac in single-user mode after pressing power on button, immediately press and hold down the Command and S keys until white text begins to scroll on black screen.
In a few more seconds, the Unix command line prompt ending in: Press Enter or Return key to execute the command. Text will start updating the progress Having to run fsck more than once is normal, because the first run's repairs may uncover additional problems. The end should read: Cron Scripts-maintenance: This is a big deal and very important maintenance routine especially if you are seeing any wierd behavior.
A visitor emailed me about my referencing "cron scripts" in OS-X and linked me to this Apple forum disscussion. In Cocktail's settings, I always setup 2: More on troubleshooting font problems: Slow Mac Cleaner Apps: Many bloggers and respected websites are accusing some of these apps as malware -- if you are thinking of trying one out, please add "malware" to a product name search before downloading it. This line of processors is still in use today and it will be used for the future.
Software The other use of PowerPC is its programming code. It is included in many of the applications that you are using on your Mac today. That feature was available until Mac OS X Although we do not expect Rosetta to be around forever, there are many applications that are still being used that contain PowerPC code. One group of applications that comes to mind is the Adobe CS3 suite.
Another is AppleWorks, and still another is Quicken How can you tell what kind of applications you have on your computer? The easiest was is to use the System Profiler. The easiest way to get to it is through the More Info… button in About this Mac: It will look something like this when you open it: Locate Applications in the left column and click on it: Notice the scroll bar indicates that there is a lot of the window that is hidden.
Use the re-size tab in the lower right corner to drag the window until it is much wider: You can change the size of columns by dragging on the line in the column header: You can change the order of columns by clicking on the column title and dragging it to a new location: You can change the sort by clicking a different column: You can change the sort order by clicking the small arrow at the right end of the column: Taking a look at my list of applications, you can see that I have several different types: My Quicken is really old in software age.
Parts of it will even run on a 68K Mac! A more likely use case than writing your next novel in WriteNow on System 6. I have a bunch of stuff trapped in old database files that I was able to access last week for the first time in 15 years. Beyond eBay, of course, consider just keeping your old Macs around after you buy new Macs. Old Macs that seem dog slow on the current version of macOS will seem much faster when their hard drives are wiped and replaced with an older version of the operating system.
Which it is, in a way. But after a few years, what was old and outmoded becomes historic, maybe even classic. Internet communities that build emulators of old software and hardware are vital to allowing the people of today and tomorrow to understand what computers and video-game consoles were like in the early days. Occasionally a company will donate source code to a computer museum , but often times legal reasons make it impossible for software to be made publicly available.
If the problem prevents us from logging into our user account, but can still login to Spare User, I would suspect a conflict or preference associated with my Log In items disable login items if you can get logged in, or navigate to the login System or User preference "loginwindow. Troubleshooting Preference Files: If our user account is corrupted problem clears in Spare User , the first thing to consider is a damaged preference file in our normal user account. One workflow technique is to have previously backed up our Preferences folder. Then we simply start swapping the suspect preferences with our back ups. Another troubleshooting technique is to drag our user entire Preferences folder out of the our user Library and onto the Desktop. Then Log Out and back into our user account. If the problem has cleared, one of the old Preferences is bad we can continue replacing the new with the until the problem returns and nails the bad preference file. It may be easier to just make a new account and trash the corrupted one, though, which is probably what I would do.