posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 10:51 PM
I have a mac and put some version of Leopard on a disk. There was a certain way it had to be done and right now I can't remember why. It seems I read
a tech forum of people discussing not being able to make a Leopard disc and someone came along with the answer and these instructions were not hard to
follow because it worked.
I never installed Leopard though. This one works and has never had a reinstallation since I bought it in 06. It's probably got all kinds of # on it
but for what I use it for... I don't care as long as it works and I don't have to do virus scans, installs, updates and all that other crap as well.
What can I say? It bugs me. I don't want to have to do it and I haven't in five years. Occasionally I hit a page that gives me a pop up. This
computer has never had antivirus and has never generated a security message and that's the way I like it. I don't care if it's happening- I don't
want to hear about it because it's going to happen anyway despite me using anti virus on PC or Linux or being careful. It's just a part of life I
don't want to hear about.
I want to install Linux on something though just because it's free and that's cool.