04-12-2008, 06:47 PM #1
More help on dual booting Tiger and Leopard?
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- Apr 12, 2008
Mac n00b here. I spent some time reviewing this thread, which seems almost what I need.
I have a MacBook running Tiger (er, 10.4.11, is that Tiger?). I have a need to use this for support of an application, and to do so I need to be able to test the application both in Tiger and in Leopard. I have a spankin' new copy of Leopard.
I suppose what I need to do is partition this drive, and then install Leopard on the new partition.
Will this work, and if so, is there a sticky around here that explains precisely how to do that? The thread I linked above was talking mainly about a system that had Leopard first, and Tiger second, but I'm starting out with Tiger.
Thanks very much!
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