Leopard on Pre-AGP
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Leopard on Pre-AGP


by James Little


Overview

As the owner of a Beige G3 desktop and AIO with G4-upgrades and maxed out ram, running Tiger, I really wanted to see if Leopard could run, and if it could was it at a useable speed.beige.jpg

Many people have upgraded their Beige and B&W workhorses, and as they were so ubiquitous, it seemed a worthy aim to get one more gasp of life from them.

It took about 6 months of tinkering in my spare time to complete this mod, most of which was spent trying to understand the boot process of Mac OS X and what had changed between Tiger and Leopard.  I started with the early beta of Leopard - the one that was handed out at the 2006 WWDC. I used a Digital Audio G4 to pre-install the Mac OS X onto an IDE hard drive, along with OS 9 and Xpostfacto, which I then transferred to the Beige G3.  Xpostfacto was used to setup booting into Mac OS X.

After having problems getting booting to complete on the Beige, and thinking it was graphics-related, due to the kernel panicking just before loading the graphical user interface (GUI), I sourced a B&W G3 from work, which successfully booted WWDC 2006 straight away.
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Focusing on the B&W G3 I then attempted to get the retail version of Leopard running, but immediately ran into problems where it would stall very early on in the boot process.  Convinced that there couldn’t be too many changes between Tiger, WWDC 2006 Leopard Beta and Leopard Retail I tried to trace the changes, and read-up on the finer points of the Mac OS X boot process (the kernel, platform drivers, kernel extensions, etc).

After narrowing the problem and main differences down to missing kernel extensions I spent most of the remaining time trying out various combinations of kernel extensions and Unix permissions on these extensions in order to get them all functioning.  There was a lot of back-and-forward between the Digital Audio G4 to modify the files and placing the drive back in the B&W to see if it would boot. Eventually, I hit upon success and after successfully booting the B&W I then replicated this success on the Beige.
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Surprisingly, in terms of speed Leopard runs reasonably well, certainly bearable on the Beige and feels almost comparable to my Dual G4 533Mhz on the B&W with a Core-Image enabled PCI 5200 graphics card – which seems to make all the difference in Leopard.

Then, after acquiring a PowerMac 8500 via work I also attempted to get Leopard running on this with a G4 upgrade.  With the help of another work-donated PowerMac 9600 both of these are also running Leopard!

So, if you have a G4-upgraded PCI-based PowerMac, Beige, B&W or a Yikes! G4, with plenty of memory, recent graphics card and a large hard disk, it is now possible to run Leopard on such a machine should you wish to.  It also shows how much service you can get out of your Mac and still run the latest OS version with a bit of hacking!


Specs
  • Beige G3 with 768MB Ram, 7GB HD, Mac OS Leopard 10.5.4 & G4 CPU upgrade, ATI Mac Edition Radeon 9200 PCI Graphics Card.
  • B&W G3 with 1GB RAM, 7GB HD, Mac OS Leopard 10.5.4 & G4 CPU upgrade, Flashed Nvidia 5200 PCI Graphics Card
  • PowerMac 9600 with 128MB RAM, 4GB SCSI HD, 250Gb S-ATA HD, Sonnet Serial-ATA PCI Card, Mac OS Leopard 10.5.4 & G4 CPU Upgrade, Radeon 9200 PCI Graphics Card.
  • PowerMac 8500 with 1GB RAM, 4GB SCSI HD, 250Gb S-ATA HD, Sonnet Serial-ATA PCI Card, Mac OS Leopard 10.5.4 & G4 CPU Upgrade, Radeon 9200 PCI Graphics Card.
  • System Profiler Reports for all Macs at end of this document, when they were running 10.5.0.


Parts
  • Beige G3 with 768MB Ram, 7GB HD
  • B&W G3 with 1GB RAM, 7GB HD
  • PowerMac 8500 with 1Gb RAM, 4GB SCSI HD
  • PowerMac 9600 with 128MB RAM, 4GB SCSI HD
  • XLR8 G4 zif CPU module @ 600Mhz
  • Sonnet Crescendo 400Mhz G4
  • Sonnet Crescendo 1Ghz G4
  • Sonnet Serial ATA 2-port PCI card
  • Samsung 250GB Serial-ATA HD
  • Apple CRT Monitor
  • ATI Mac Edition Radeon 9200 PCI Graphics Card
  • Flashed PC Nvidia 5200 PCI Graphics Card
  • Leopard Retail DVD Family Pack
  • Beta copies of Leopard (WWDC 2006 & Build A547)
  • Xpostfacto 4
Links to files referenced ...

bw.zip

Kexts.zip



Process

Part 1 - Getting the WWDC 2006 Leopard Beta to work

People had successfully installed the WWDC 2006 on G3 iBooks – so I thought that this would be a good start to see if this could be booted on a Beige G3.  Using a Digital Audio G4 to boot from the WWDC 2006 DVD I installed this onto a 7.7GB partition on an IDE hard drive via an external Firewire connection, also adding Mac OS 9 and Xpostfacto to a separate 2GB parition. (n.b. A 7.7GB partition was used due to an 8Gb IDE read limit problem in the oldworld ROMs).

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Digital Audio and IDE HD attached via Firewire and booted into WWDC 2006 installer.

I then transferred the HD to the Beige G3 and booted into OS 9, with a CRT monitor attached to the onboard video.  In OS 9 I used Xpostfacto to install older missing kexts and change to the nvram for booting, as well as selecting ‘verbose’ mode to see the boot process in text. 

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Beige G3 booted in OS 9, using Xpostfacto to configure boot options.

I restarted and, hey presto Mac OS X started loading – however it kernel panicked before any familiar log in window came up.

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The Beige G3 loading normally, then kernel panicking late in the boot stage.
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According to the verbose mode text the LoginWindow.app application had loaded (which loads just before the graphical user interface (GUI) is initialized) and then the kernel panic had occurred.  The backtrace for the kernel panic stated that IOPCIFamily.kext, IOGraphicsFamily.kext extensions were involved with the crash – which I deduced meant that it had probably crashed whilst trying to load the graphics driver as the GUI was started.  As WWDC 2006 Leopard had loaded fine on my Digital Audio G4 and people had successfully installed Leopard Retail on the lowest G4-AGP based Macs and G4-upgraded Pismos laptops I thought that it was the lack of an AGP bus that was causing the problem – and hence would not be possible to solve.

But anyway, I tried Plan B – which was to install an ATI Radeon 9200 PCI card, attached to the CRT monitor and try booting again. 

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ATI Radeon 9200 PCI installed in Beige G3

This time it booted to a blue screen – but then hung. My inkling was that the internal video was still affecting the boot process.  I thought well I can’t disable the internal video, so what’s like a Beige G3 but without an onboard graphics chip… the B&W G3 Tower!

I found one for free after e-mailing round at work and tried the same process as above – with the ATI Radeon 9200 PCI installed as the graphics adapter - and it booted all the way to the GUI!  This clearly pointed to the internal video of the Beige being the problem.

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The B&W ready to boot to WWDC 2006 Leopard

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Click here for a Video of the B&W booting
into WWDC 2006 Leopard

After ‘Googling’ around the internet I found on an apple forum instructions (http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=122766&tstart=589)  for disabling the onboard video on a Beige G3 via open firmware, which you invoke at startup with Apple-Alt-O-F.  No cable was attached to the internal video port (attaching something automatically activates it, even with the instructions performed below).

Once in open firmware I typed:
setenv pci-probe-list fffbffff [return]
set-defaults [return]
reset-all [return]

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The Beige G3 in OpenFirmware

After this last command the Beige G3 re-booted into OS 9. At this point I could tell the open firmware trick had worked as the internal RagePro graphics didn’t show up as an output option in Xpostfacto. I rebooted via Xpostfacto into OS X and this time it booted all the way the GUI!

Part 2 - Getting Retail Leopard to work

As the B&W G3 booted straight away into WWDC 2006 Leopard I used this as the main focus of getting Leopard Retail to work.  I used the same process as before to install Leopard to the hd, and set-up booting from within OS 9. As G3 support had been removed in the final retail version of Leopard I upgraded the B&W G3 to a 600Mhz G4 zif from Daystar/XLR8 (http://daystartechnology.com/Apple_Mac_Products/XLR8_Macintosh_Products/Mac_CPU_G4_Upgrade_ZIF_PS.html).

On booting it didn’t get very far – it hung with a ‘PlatformExpert’ cannot be found error. The PlatformExpert kernel extension (specific to every design family of Mac) identifies the machine properties and kernel extensions necessary for booting.

I then swapped the HD, CPU upgrade and ATI 9200 PCI over to the Beige and this had the same problem.  As booting had occurred successfully with WWDC 2006 Leopard I wondered if this kernel extension had been removed from the retail version.  In order to figure out what had changed between WWDC 2006 Leopard and Leopard Retail I used Pacifist to extract all of the kernel extensions from 10.4 Tiger, WWDC Leopard 2006, Retail Leopard and Xpostfacto and compared the files.

I discovered that 10.4 Tiger and WWDC 2006 Leopard had the same number of kernel extensions, but that Retail Leopard had a few missing:

  • AppleCuda.kext (handles ADB mouse and power management function and sound)
  • AppleGossamer.kext (PlatformExpert for Beige G3, B&W and Yikes! G4 - i.e. the platform driver)
  • AppleHeathrow.kext (driver for the Heathrow chip on Beige G3 which handles IDE/ATA)
  • AppleGracklePCI.kext (driver for the Grackle chip Beige G3/B&W which handles memory management and IDE/ATA and PCI slots)
  • HeathrowATA.kext (driver for the ATA controller section of Heathrow chip)
  • CMD646ATA.kext (driver for the ATA controller on the B&W)

Taking the HD back over the Digital Audio G4 I copied the above extensions into /System/Library/Extensions/ and set the correct permissions with Batchmod (http://www.macchampion.com/arbysoft/Welcome.html) and also cleared the kernel cache at /System/Library/Extensions.mkext, /System/Library/Extensions/Cache/ and /System/Library/Caches/.

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The missing kexts and the permissions set via Batchmod screenshot

n.b Xpostfacto automatically installs other kernel extensions which have been missing from Mac OS X since 10.0 and 10.2 to support the Beige G3 and earlier machines on 10.3 and 10.4.  The problem here was that as Xpostfacto wasn’t being developed anymore and Apple had omitted more kexts – booting support for the Beige G3 in Retail Leopard was not possible without these missing kernel extensions.

Moving the HD back to the B&W (along with the G4 upgrade) booting proceeded further, with a few errors of IOGraphicsFamily.kext', 'AppleCuda.kext', 'IOFirewireFamily.kext not loading and then a kernel panic at the same point of IOGraphicsFamily.kext as with WWDC 2006 Leopard on the Beige with internal video enabled.

Back to the Digital Audio G4 – and on the hunch that as these problem kernel extensions had loaded ok in WWDC 2006 Leopard it would be worth a try to copy these and replace the newer ones present in Retail Leopard – I deleted the newer ones of IOGraphicsFamily.kext', 'AppleCuda.kext', 'IOFirewireFamily.kext in /System/Library/Extensions/ and put the WWDC 2006 ones back in, setting permissions with Batchmod.

Back to the B&W and a successful boot then occurred!!!

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Click here for the video of
Leopard Retail booting on B&W.

Eager to replicate this success on the Beige G3 I transferred the HD and CPU upgrade, and Radeon 9200 PCI and booted via OS 9 and Xpostfacto and open firmware to disable the onboard video, and booted successfully into Leopard Retail!

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Click here for the video of
Leopard Retail booting on Beige.

At this point I also noticed that the internal ethernet, Firewire and usb 1.1 were not working on the B&W.  I used FileBuddy to compare the WWDC 2006 and Leopard Retail kexts and found the following differences where the following were missing from Leopard Retail compared to WWDC 2006:

Adaptec290X-2930
Adaptec29160x
Adaptec39160
Adaptec78XXSCSI
AppleACPILPC
AppleACPIPowerSource
AppleACPIThermal
AppleAirPort2
AppleCore99PE
AppleCuda
AppleDallasDriver
AppleGossamerPE
AppleGracklePCI
AppleHeathrow
AppleMLANAudio
ATIRage128
ATIRage128DVDDriver
ATIRage128GA
ATIRage128GLDriver
ATIRagePro
ATIRageProGA
CMD646ATA
HeathrowATA
AirPortAtheros5424
AppleLynx
AppleBCM440XEthernet
AppleDP83816Ethernet
AppleYukon
AppleSCCIrDA
DCPModemSupport
DCPd
SoftRAIDMonitor
SoftRAIDMonitorHelper
Printing-Info.plist

All of the missing kexts I had identified before were listed, along with additional ones which were hidden within the bowels of other kernel extensions.  Out of the above list I thought the ones listed below were likely to be for the B&W Ethernet (AppleBCM440XEthernet.kext, AppleDP83816Ethernet.kext, AppleYukon.kext), which lived in AppleIONetworkingFamily.kext and for Firewire AppleLynx.kext, which lived inside IOFirewireFamily.kext. 

I copied these missing ‘sub-kexts’ into their respective ‘master’ kexts and also copied the WWDC 2006 Leopard version of IOUSBFamily.kext into /System/Library/Extensions/ and this, upon setting the correct permissions and rebooting, solved the problem.


Part 3 - Updates

Pleased as pie that I’d finally managed to get Leopard Retail booting on the Beige G3 I thought I’d try and update the system – BIG mistake… an error occurred where it couldn’t even find the platform driver for the Beige G3.

The only way (so far) I’ve managed to make an update stick properly is to take a fresh-install of 10.5.0 via a Digital Audio G4, apply 10.5.4 combo update – add the missing kernel extensions and then follow the same process as before.  Updating from within system running on a Beige G3 or B&W always resulted in the platform driver not found error.

Part 4 - Pimp my B&W

Following the hack on http://www.xlr8yourmac.com/Graphics/Mac_PCI_FX5200/mac_PCI_FX5200.html
I managed to successfully flash a PC-version of a PCI 5200 graphics card and get it working on the B&W with Leopard Retail, which now supports core image and is surprisingly smooth/quick.

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Click here for the video of
CoreImage on the B&W with NVidia 5200 PCI

Additional links of this mod over the past six months:
* Appleinsider thread: http://forums.appleinsider.com/showthread.php?t=88395
* Lowendmac Coverage:
http://lowendmac.com/mail/0801mb/0114.html#1
http://lowendmac.com/mail/0801mb/0130.html#2
http://lowendmac.com/mail/0807mb/0709.html#4
*Applefritter thread: http://www.applefritter.com/node/23084

Part 5 - Delving deeper into the past (via the PowerMac 8500)

After acquiring a free PowerMac 8500 via work I was pondering if this could also be made to run Leopard retail – as there were reports of successful installs of Tiger on this via Xpostfacto – much like the Beige G3s.

Wanting to find out I purchased 1GB EDO ram and a Sonnet Crescendo 1Ghz CPU upgrade.  Using Carbon Copy Cloner (http://www.bombich.com/software/ccc.html) I made a backup of the successful booting configuration from the Beige G3 for future use.

Unlike the Beige and B&W all the missing kernel extensions for supporting older macs, like the PowerMac 8500, were already included in Xpostfacto.  In case it was still possible to use xpostfacto I installed a fresh copy of 10.5 Retail to a 7GB partition on a 250GB S-ATA HD, using the Digital Audio G4.  On the PowerMac 8500 I booted from a 9.1 CD and installed this onto the internal SCSI HD, along with Xpostfacto.  I shut down and then added a Sonnet S-ATA PCI card, and attached the 250GB to this.  The monitor was attached to the internal video.  Booting from the SCSI HD I then ran Xpostafcto, selected the 7GB partition to boot from, and restarted.

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PowerMac 8500 with PCI cards installed

Booting was successful until the AppleCuda.kext extensions didn’t load quite early on – and this stopped any further booting.  Having already sorted this type of thing out with the Beige G3 I then cloned the backup image of the successful boot partition from the Beige to the 7GB partition on the S-ATA HD, using the Digital Audio G4.

After placing this back into the 8500, and following the same steps as previously booting occurred all the way to loading the GUI – except then a funny grey corrupted image appeared instead, and the computer froze with no further disk activity.  Thinking that this seemed like a problem with the Beige internal video I then installed a Radeon 9200 PCI card and attached the monitor to this instead.  On rebooting nothing came up on screen… and a whole lot of trouble started…

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Grey/corrupted screen from
PowerMac 8500 boot attempt.

I moved the monitor back to the internal video, but no joy after the startup chime… it just sat there.  I then tried a PRAM reset – nothing changed.  I then tried a CUDA-button reset – no change.  I removed the S-ATA PCI card and everything came back to life – successfully booting into OS 9.  After a shutdown and re-installation of the S-ATA PCI card everything was behaving itself again.  I can only assume that after trying to boot OS X the commands written to the nvram/pram had confused open firmware (OF)– and this wasn’t solved until the removal of the S-ATA card allowed OF to function properly again.

Starting from where I left off I attached the monitor to the ATI Radeon 9200, set Xpostfacto to boot OS X and restarted.  A blank screen occurred!  On a vague memory that older macs with built in video sometimes acted strange without anything attached the internal video, I attached a cable to the internal video port as a ‘dummy’ monitor and tried again.  This time the video attached to the Radeon 9200 PCI came on and booting proceeded well until a crash, with the same symptoms as before.  I assumed that this was due to the internal video being active.  However this was now a cache-22 situation where the internal video needed something attached to let the Radeon 9200 display video – but that the internal video was causing a crash.

Following the same process as before I thought what’s like a PowerMac 8500, but without internal video… the PowerMac 9500!  Following a request at work someone unearthed a PowerMac 9600 – which as far as I understand is the same as a 9500, with a better-designed case, and slightly updated ROMs to add support for faster 604e Mach 5 CPUs.  All the I/O chips, etc, on the motherboard were meant to be the same.

Whilst picking up the 9600 I was also offered another 8500 which had a 400Mhz G4 CPU upgrade – how could I resist, especially as this was all for free.

I setup the PowerMac 9600 with the G4 400Mhz upgrade, stock 128MB RAM and added the Sonnet S-ATA card, Radeon 9200, and the 250GB HD.  I also moved over the SCSI HD from the 8500 I’d been trying to boot.  Trouble started again when I tried to boot Mac OS 9 – the computer hung there with a grey screen and cursor, but didn’t proceed any further.  Looking on Apple’s old support site I found that SCSI ‘issues’ often caused such problems.  As it had been several years since I’d used SCSI HDs I’d forgotten all about the intricacies of termination and IDs.  It turned out that the SCSI HD I’d moved over wasn’t terminated properly.  After changing a few jumpers on the HD and re-installing it everything booted fine into Mac OS 9.

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PowerMac 9600 with PCI cards and CPU upgrade installed

I then used Xpostfacto to configure booting for OS X and restarted.  Everything booted fine.. right to the GUI.  This proved that the internal video of the 8500 was causing issues.    At part of the boot process, where Mac OS X matches drivers and devices, I noticed that the ‘IO catalogue’ numbers were different, when compared to the PowerMac 8500.  I could only assume that this was due to the lack of built in video.  When booted up the PowerMac 9600 was actually indentified by Mac OS X as a 9500 – showing how similar these machines are to each other.

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IO Catalogue information from PowerMac 8500 (left) and PowerMac 9600 (right).
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Click here for the video of the
PowerMac 9600 successfully booting Leopard Retail.

Back to the 8500, I configured everything as before, except this time tried the same trick as on the Beige G3 – disabling the onboard video via open firmware.  Getting to open firmware was difficult, as on pre-Beige G3 machines open firmware defaults to outputting to the serial port – not the graphics card.

However I found that as long as I’d used Xpostfacto to set the output device explicitly to the Radeon 9200, after pressing apple-alt-O-F, it would display to the graphics card.  Running the open firmware commands, everything seemed to be accepted, as I was worried that the earlier open firmware version of 1.0.5 (versus the Beige G3’s 2.1/2.4) would lead to problems.

setenv pci-probe-list fffbffff [return]
set-defaults [return]
reset-all [return]

Commands to disable onboard video

Booting into OS 9, I noticed that the internal video was still an output option in Xpostfacto – and restarting into OS X was no different to before – crashing at the grey / GUI loading stage.  Remembering that on the Beige G3 the internal video was still activated if a connector was present, even if disabled in open firmware (with the above method), I figured that another way was needed.

After ‘Googling’ around I found several articles relating to controlling device properties via Open Firmware, specifically this article where someone had attempted to turn off their Level-2 motherboard cache on their PowerMac 9600 (http://www.geocities.com/pm9600g4/l2cache.html).

To try to apply this to the PowerMac 8500 I configured booting for OS X, and then went into open firmware.

I typed dev / ls  to display all the devices on the 8500 motherboard that open firmware controlled.  I knew that the internal video was called ‘choas’, the output device was called ‘control’, and the video input was called ‘planb’.

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Results of dev / ls in openfirmware of PowerMac 8500

I then typed devalias to see if there were any shortcuts provided to the long device-tree path to the ‘chaos’ device, and the following were present. 

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devalias in PowerMac 8500 open firmware

vci0 was the shortcut for chaos.  I then selected chaos by typing: dev vci0 and viewed it’s properties by typing .properties, which displayed the following:

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Properties of chaos in open
firmware of PowerMac 8500

To disable it I though I’d try and delete the name property by typing:
“ name” delete-property.  This was accepted and I then ran the device listing by typing dev / ls and the name for chaos had disappeared:

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Choas has been replaced by ?????? in open firmware

To continue booting into Mac OS X I typed bye and booting started.  This time the boot completed all the way to the GUI and it loaded quite quickly in comparison to the PowerMac 9600 -  I think  that 1Ghz G4 and the extra ram helped. The IO Catalogue scores now matched the ones of the PowerMac 9600 – meaning the internal video had been properly disabled.

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Click here for the video of the
PowerMac 8500 Booting into Leopard Retail


Final Images

Finished Mod Pics of Beige PowerMac G3, PowerMac 8500 and PowerMac 9600

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Running FrontRow (left) and Displaying Application folder in Coverflow view (right)
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‘About this Mac’ information and System Profiler (left) and Leopard Preferences (right)
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Playing DVD ‘Labyrinth’ with controller bar (left). 
Pipsqueak the cat helps with hardware configuration (right).
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PowerMac 8500 running Leopard Retail.



System Specs


B&W System Profiler Report


Hardware:

Hardware Overview:

Model Name:    PowerMacG3series
Model Identifier:    PowerMac1,1
Processor Name:    PowerPC 60?  (11.4)
Processor Speed:    600 MHz
Number Of CPUs:    1
L2 Cache (per CPU):    1 MB
Memory:    1 GB
Bus Speed:    100 MHz
Boot ROM Version:    1.1.1f4

Network:

Internal Modem:

Type:    PPP (PPPSerial)
Hardware:    Modem
BSD Device Name:    modem
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    PPP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Proxy Configuration Method:    Manual
Exclude Simple Hostnames:    0
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
Auto Discovery Enabled:    No

Built-in Ethernet:

Type:    Ethernet
Hardware:    Ethernet
BSD Device Name:    en0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
FTP Proxy Enabled:    No
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
Gopher Proxy Enabled:    No
HTTP Proxy Enabled:    No
HTTPS Proxy Enabled:    No
RTSP Proxy Enabled:    No
SOCKS Proxy Enabled:    No
Ethernet:
MAC Address:    00:05:02:df:29:98
Media Options:   
Media Subtype:    none

Built-in FireWire:

Type:    FireWire
Hardware:    FireWire
BSD Device Name:    fw0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Proxy Configuration Method:    Manual
Exclude Simple Hostnames:    0
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
Auto Discovery Enabled:    No

AirPort:

Type:    AirPort
Hardware:    AirPort
BSD Device Name:    en1
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Proxy Configuration Method:    Manual
Exclude Simple Hostnames:    0
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
Auto Discovery Enabled:    No

Software:

System Software Overview:

System Version:    Mac OS X 10.5 (9A581)
Kernel Version:    Darwin 9.0.0
Boot Volume:    7GB
Boot Mode:    Normal
Computer Name:    James Little’s Power Mac G4
User Name:    James Little (jameslittle)

ATA:

ATA Bus:

LITE-ON DVD SOHD-167T:

Model:    LITE-ON DVD SOHD-167T
Revision:    9S1B
Serial Number:   
Detachable Drive:    No
Protocol:    ATAPI
Unit Number:    0
Socket Type:    Internal
Low Power Polling:    No

ATA Bus:

IC35L040AVVN07-0:

Capacity:    38.35 GB
Model:    IC35L040AVVN07-0
Revision:    VA2OAG0A
Serial Number:    VNP214B2HT317F
Removable Media:    No
Detachable Drive:    No
BSD Name:    disk0
Protocol:    ATA
Unit Number:    0
Socket Type:    Internal
Low Power Polling:    No
Mac OS 9 Drivers:    Yes
Partition Map Type:    APM (Apple Partition Map)
S.M.A.R.T. status:    Verified
Volumes:
7GB:
Capacity:    7.7 GB
Available:    990 MB
Writable:    Yes
File System:    Journaled HFS+
BSD Name:    disk0s10
Mount Point:    /
Images:
Capacity:    30.4 GB
Available:    19.24 GB
Writable:    Yes
File System:    Journaled HFS+
BSD Name:    disk0s12
Mount Point:    /Volumes/Images

Audio (Built In):

Built In Sound Card:

CODEC:    Apple Burgundy
Sample Rate:    44.1 KHz
Number of Inputs:    1
Number of Outputs:    2
Devices:
Input:
Type:    External Microphone
Output:
Type:    Internal Speaker
Output:
Type:    Headphones

FireWire:

FireWire Bus:

Graphics/Displays:

GeForce FX 5200:

Chipset Model:    GeForce FX 5200
Type:    Display
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    J12
VRAM (Total):    128 MB
Vendor:    NVIDIA (0x10de)
Device ID:    0x0321
Revision ID:    0x00b1
ROM Revision:    2060
Displays:
TS500:
Resolution:    1024 x 768 @ 60 Hz
Depth:    32-bit Color
Core Image:    Hardware Accelerated
Main Display:    Yes
Mirror:    Off
Online:    Yes
Quartz Extreme:    Supported
Display Connector:
Status:    No display connected

Memory:

DIMM0/J19:

Size:    256 MB
Type:    Unknown
Speed:    Unknown
Status:    OK

DIMM1/J20:

Size:    256 MB
Type:    Unknown
Speed:    Unknown
Status:    OK

DIMM2/J21:

Size:    256 MB
Type:    Unknown
Speed:    Unknown
Status:    OK

DIMM3/J22:

Size:    256 MB
Type:    Unknown
Speed:    Unknown
Status:    OK

PCI Cards:

usb:

Type:    usb
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    J10
Vendor ID:    0x1033
Device ID:    0x0035
Subsystem Vendor ID:    0x1799
Subsystem ID:    0x0001
Revision ID:    0x0043

usb:

Type:    usb
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    J10
Vendor ID:    0x1033
Device ID:    0x0035
Subsystem Vendor ID:    0x1799
Subsystem ID:    0x0001
Revision ID:    0x0043

pci1799,2:

Type:    USB Enhanced Host Controller
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    J10
Vendor ID:    0x1033
Device ID:    0x00e0
Subsystem Vendor ID:    0x1799
Subsystem ID:    0x0002
Revision ID:    0x0004

GeForce FX 5200:

Name:    NVDA,Display-B
Type:    display
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    J12
Vendor ID:    0x10de
Device ID:    0x0321
Subsystem Vendor ID:    0x10de
Subsystem ID:    0x0010
ROM Revision:    2060
Revision ID:    0x00b1

Power:

System Power Settings:

AC Power:
System Sleep Timer (Minutes):    10
Disk Sleep Timer (Minutes):    10
Display Sleep Timer (Minutes):    10
Sleep On Power Button:    Yes

Hardware Configuration:

UPS Installed:    No

USB:

USB High-Speed Bus:

Host Controller Location:    Built In USB
Host Controller Driver:    AppleUSBEHCI
PCI Device ID:    0x00e0
PCI Revision ID:    0x0004
PCI Vendor ID:    0x1033
Bus Number:    0x43

USB Bus:

Host Controller Location:    Built In USB
Host Controller Driver:    AppleUSBOHCI
PCI Device ID:    0x0035
PCI Revision ID:    0x0043
PCI Vendor ID:    0x1033
Bus Number:    0x03

Hub in Apple Pro Keyboard:

Version:    1.00
Bus Power (mA):    500
Speed:    Up to 12 Mb/sec
Manufacturer:    Mitsumi Electric
Product ID:    0x1002
Vendor ID:    0x05ac  (Apple Computer, Inc.)

JD FIREFLY:

Capacity:    991.5 MB
Removable Media:    Yes
Detachable Drive:    Yes
BSD Name:    disk1
Version:    11.00
Bus Power (mA):    100
Speed:    Up to 12 Mb/sec
Manufacturer:    LEXAR
Mac OS 9 Drivers:    No
Partition Map Type:    MBR (Master Boot Record)
Product ID:    0xa575
Serial Number:    106A6606071007130407
S.M.A.R.T. status:    Not Supported
Vendor ID:    0x05dc
Volumes:
PC:
Capacity:    691.5 MB
Available:    555.4 MB
Writable:    Yes
File System:    MS-DOS FAT32
BSD Name:    disk1s1
Mount Point:    /Volumes/PC
Mac:
Capacity:    299.9 MB
Available:    284.1 MB
Writable:    Yes
File System:    Journaled HFS+
BSD Name:    disk1s2
Mount Point:    /Volumes/Mac

Apple Optical USB Mouse:

Version:    1.05
Bus Power (mA):    100
Speed:    Up to 1.5 Mb/sec
Manufacturer:    Fujitsu Takamisawa Component
Product ID:    0x0302
Vendor ID:    0x05ac  (Apple Computer, Inc.)

Apple Pro Keyboard:

Version:    1.01
Bus Power (mA):    250
Speed:    Up to 12 Mb/sec
Manufacturer:    Mitsumi Electric
Product ID:    0x0205
Vendor ID:    0x05ac  (Apple Computer, Inc.)

USB Bus:

Host Controller Location:    Built In USB
Host Controller Driver:    AppleUSBOHCI
PCI Device ID:    0x0035
PCI Revision ID:    0x0043
PCI Vendor ID:    0x1033
Bus Number:    0x23

USB Bus:

Host Controller Location:    Built In USB
Host Controller Driver:    AppleUSBOHCI
PCI Device ID:    0xc861
PCI Revision ID:    0x0010
PCI Vendor ID:    0x1045
Bus Number:    0x06

Firewall:

Firewall Settings:

Mode:    Allow all incoming connections

Locations:

Automatic:

Active Location:    Yes
Services:
Internal Modem:
Type:    PPP
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    PPP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Proxy Configuration Method:    2
Exclude Simple Hostnames:    No
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
Auto Discovery Enabled:    No
PPP:
ACSP Enabled:    No
Display Terminal Window:    No
Redial Count:    1
Redial Enabled:    Yes
Redial Interval:    5
Use Terminal Script:    No
Dial On Demand:    No
Disconnect On Fast User Switch:    Yes
Disconnect On Idle:    Yes
Disconnect On Idle Time:    600
Disconnect On Logout:    Yes
Disconnect On Sleep:    Yes
Idle Reminder:    No
Idle Reminder Time:    1800
IPCP Compression VJ:    Yes
LCP Echo Enabled:    Yes
LCP Echo Failure:    4
LCP Echo Interval:    10
Log File:    /var/log/ppp.log
Verbose Logging:    No
Built-in Ethernet:
Type:    Ethernet
BSD Device Name:    en0
Hardware (MAC) Address:    00:05:02:df:29:98
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
AppleTalk:
Configuration Method:    Node
Proxies:
FTP Proxy Enabled:    No
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
Gopher Proxy Enabled:    No
HTTP Proxy Enabled:    No
HTTPS Proxy Enabled:    No
RTSP Proxy Enabled:    No
SOCKS Proxy Enabled:    No
Built-in FireWire:
Type:    FireWire
BSD Device Name:    fw0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
AppleTalk:
Configuration Method:    Node
Proxies:
Proxy Configuration Method:    2
Exclude Simple Hostnames:    No
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
Auto Discovery Enabled:    No
AirPort:
Type:    IEEE80211
BSD Device Name:    en1
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
AppleTalk:
Configuration Method:    Node
Proxies:
Proxy Configuration Method:    2
Exclude Simple Hostnames:    No
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
Auto Discovery Enabled:    No
IEEE80211:
Allow Net Creation:    Yes
Disconnect On Logout:    No
Join Mode:    Automatic
JoinModeFallback:    Prompt
MAC Address:    00:0d:0b:cf:9c:61
PowerEnabled:    1
PreferredNetworks:
SecurityType:    WPA Personal
SSID_STR:    Omnipresent
Unique Network ID:    F96EA983-A751-4B40-AA62-A29338615F4D
Unique Password ID:    8746394D-CD57-497E-ADEF-1AAC20CBCDAD
RememberRecentNetworks:    1

Modems:

Modem Information:

Modem Model:   
Modulation:    V.90
Driver:    com.apple.driver.AppleSCCSerial (v1.3.2)
Country:   

Volumes:

net:

Type:    autofs
Mount Point:    /net
Mounted From:    map -hosts
Automounted:    Yes

home:

Type:    autofs
Mount Point:    /home
Mounted From:    map auto_home
Automounted:    Yes



Beige System Profiler Report


Hardware:

Hardware Overview:

Model Name:    Mac
Model Identifier:    PowerMac-G3
Processor Name:    PowerPC 60? (11.4)
Processor Speed:    600 MHz
Number Of CPUs:    1
Memory:    768 MB
Bus Speed:    67 MHz

Network:

Internal Modem:

Type:    PPP (PPPSerial)
Hardware:    Modem
BSD Device Name:    modem
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    PPP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

Ethernet:

Type:    Ethernet
Hardware:    Ethernet
BSD Device Name:    en0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

FireWire:

Type:    FireWire
Hardware:    FireWire
BSD Device Name:    fw0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

AirPort:

Type:    AirPort
Hardware:    AirPort
BSD Device Name:    en1
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

Software:

System Software Overview:

System Version:    Mac OS X 10.5 (9A581)
Kernel Version:    Darwin 9.0.0
Boot Volume:    X
Boot Mode:    Normal
Computer Name:    James Little’s Power Mac G4
User Name:    James Little (jameslittle)

ATA:

ATA Bus:

HDS728080PLAT20:

Capacity:    76.69 GB
Model:    HDS728080PLAT20
Revision:    PF2OA21B
Serial Number:    PFD212S2T4V3PE
Removable Media:    No
Detachable Drive:    No
BSD Name:    disk0
Protocol:    ATA
Unit Number:    0
Socket Type:    Internal
Low Power Polling:    No
Mac OS 9 Drivers:    Yes
Partition Map Type:    APM (Apple Partition Map)
S.M.A.R.T. status:    Verified
Volumes:
X:
Capacity:    7.7 GB
Available:    1.5 GB
Writable:    Yes
File System:    Journaled HFS+
BSD Name:    disk0s10
Mount Point:    /
OS 9:
Capacity:    2 GB
Available:    481.7 MB
Writable:    Yes
File System:    Journaled HFS+
BSD Name:    disk0s12
Mount Point:    /Volumes/OS 9
Storage:
Capacity:    66.62 GB
Available:    11.87 GB
Writable:    Yes
File System:    Journaled HFS+
BSD Name:    disk0s14
Mount Point:    /Volumes/Storage

Audio (Built In):

Built In Sound Card:

Number of Inputs:    1
Number of Outputs:    2
Devices:
Input:
Type:    External Microphone
Output:
Type:    Internal Speaker
Output:
Type:    Headphones

FireWire:

FireWire Bus:

Graphics/Displays:

ATY,GT-C:

Chipset Model:    ATY,GT-C
Type:    Display
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    F1
VRAM (Total):    2 MB
Vendor:    ATI (0x1002)
Device ID:    0x4750
Revision ID:    0x005c
ROM Revision:    113-XXXXX-1.1
Kernel Extension Info:    No Kext Loaded
Displays:
Multiple Scan Display:
Resolution:    800 x 600 @ 85 Hz
Depth:    32-bit Color
Core Image:    Software
Mirror:    Off
Online:    Yes
Quartz Extreme:    Not Supported

ATI Radeon 9200:

Chipset Model:    ATY,RV280
Type:    Display
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    A1
VRAM (Total):    128 MB
Vendor:    ATI (0x1002)
Device ID:    0x5961
Revision ID:    0x0001
ROM Revision:    113-A27502-127
Displays:
VGA Display:
Resolution:    800 x 600 @ 60 Hz
Depth:    32-bit Color
Core Image:    Software
Main Display:    Yes
Mirror:    Off
Online:    Yes
Quartz Extreme:    Not Supported
Display Connector:
Status:    No display connected

Memory:

Memory Slot:

Size:    768 MB
Type:    Unknown
Speed:    Unknown
Status:    OK

PCI Cards:

ATY,GT-C:

Name:    ATY,mach64_3DUPro
Type:    display
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    F1
Vendor ID:    0x1002
Device ID:    0x4750
Revision ID:    0x005c

ATY,RV280:

Name:    ATY,Bugsy_B
Type:    display
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    A1
Vendor ID:    0x1002
Device ID:    0x5961
Subsystem Vendor ID:    0x1002
Subsystem ID:    0x5961
Revision ID:    0x0001

Power:

System Power Settings:

AC Power:
System Sleep Timer (Minutes):    10
Disk Sleep Timer (Minutes):    10
Display Sleep Timer (Minutes):    10
Sleep On Power Button:    Yes
Automatic Restart On Power Loss:    No

Hardware Configuration:

UPS Installed:    No

Firewall:

Firewall Settings:

Mode:    Allow all incoming connections

Locations:

Automatic:

Active Location:    Yes
Services:
Internal Modem:
Type:    PPP
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    PPP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
PPP:
ACSP Enabled:    No
Display Terminal Window:    No
Redial Count:    1
Redial Enabled:    Yes
Redial Interval:    5
Use Terminal Script:    No
Dial On Demand:    No
Disconnect On Fast User Switch:    Yes
Disconnect On Idle:    Yes
Disconnect On Idle Time:    600
Disconnect On Logout:    Yes
Disconnect On Sleep:    Yes
Idle Reminder:    No
Idle Reminder Time:    1800
IPCP Compression VJ:    Yes
LCP Echo Enabled:    Yes
LCP Echo Failure:    4
LCP Echo Interval:    10
Log File:    /var/log/ppp.log
Verbose Logging:    No
Ethernet:
Type:    Ethernet
BSD Device Name:    en0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
AppleTalk:
Configuration Method:    Node
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
FireWire:
Type:    FireWire
BSD Device Name:    fw0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
AirPort:
Type:    IEEE80211
BSD Device Name:    en1
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
AppleTalk:
Configuration Method:    Node
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
IEEE80211:
Join Mode:    Automatic

Volumes:

net:

Type:    autofs
Mount Point:    /net
Mounted From:    map -hosts
Automounted:    Yes

home:

Type:    autofs
Mount Point:    /home
Mounted From:    map auto_home
Automounted:    Yes


PowerMac 9600

Hardware:

Hardware Overview:

Model Name:    Mac
Model Identifier:    9500
Processor Name:    PowerPC 60? (2.9)
Processor Speed:    405 MHz
Number Of CPUs:    1
Memory:    128 MB
Bus Speed:    45 MHz

Network:

Internal Modem:

Type:    PPP (PPPSerial)
Hardware:    Modem
BSD Device Name:    modem
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    PPP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

Ethernet:

Type:    Ethernet
Hardware:    Ethernet
BSD Device Name:    en0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

FireWire:

Type:    FireWire
Hardware:    FireWire
BSD Device Name:    fw0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

AirPort:

Type:    AirPort
Hardware:    AirPort
BSD Device Name:    en1
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

Software:

System Software Overview:

System Version:    Mac OS X 10.5 (9A581)
Kernel Version:    Darwin 9.0.0
Boot Volume:    Mac OS X sata
Boot Mode:    Normal
Computer Name:    James Little’s Power Mac G4
User Name:    James Little (jameslittle)

FireWire:

FireWire Bus:

Warning:    The FireWire drivers are not loaded.

Graphics/Displays:

ATI Radeon 9200:

Chipset Model:    ATY,RV280
Type:    Display
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    D2
VRAM (Total):    128 MB
Vendor:    ATI (0x1002)
Device ID:    0x5961
Revision ID:    0x0001
ROM Revision:    113-A27502-127
Displays:
VGA Display:
Resolution:    800 x 600 @ 60 Hz
Depth:    32-bit Color
Core Image:    Software
Main Display:    Yes
Mirror:    Off
Online:    Yes
Quartz Extreme:    Not Supported
Display Connector:
Status:    No display connected

Memory:

Memory Slot:

Size:    128 MB
Type:    Unknown
Speed:    Unknown
Status:    OK

PCI Cards:

SeriTek/1S2 v. 5.3.1b1, 11/02/07, 23:24:45:

Name:    Seri-Tek1S2
Type:    ata
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    A1
Vendor ID:    0x1095
Device ID:    0x3112
Subsystem Vendor ID:    0x1095
Subsystem ID:    0x3112
ROM Revision:    5.3.1.1S2
Revision ID:    0x0002

ATY,RV280:

Name:    ATY,Bugsy_B
Type:    display
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    D2
Vendor ID:    0x1002
Device ID:    0x5961
Subsystem Vendor ID:    0x1002
Subsystem ID:    0x5961
Revision ID:    0x0001

Parallel SCSI:

SCSI Parallel Domain 131072:

Initiator Identifier:    7

SEAGATE ST34572N:

Capacity:    4.24 GB
Manufacturer:    SEAGATE
Model:    ST34572N
Revision:    0876
Removable Media:    No
BSD Name:    disk0
Mac OS 9 Drivers:    Yes
SCSI Target Identifier:    0
SCSI Logical Unit Identifier:    0
Partition Map Type:    APM (Apple Partition Map)
S.M.A.R.T. status:    Not Supported
Volumes:
Internal SCSI:
Capacity:    4.24 GB
Available:    3.45 GB
Writable:    Yes
File System:    HFS+
BSD Name:    disk0s6
Mount Point:    /Volumes/Internal SCSI

MATSHITA CD-ROM CR-8024:

Manufacturer:    MATSHITA
Model:    CD-ROM CR-8024
Revision:    2.0f
SCSI Target Identifier:    3
SCSI Logical Unit Identifier:    0

IOMEGA ZIP 100:

Manufacturer:    IOMEGA
Model:    ZIP 100
Revision:    J.03
SCSI Target Identifier:    5
SCSI Logical Unit Identifier:    0

Power:

System Power Settings:

AC Power:
System Sleep Timer (Minutes):    10
Disk Sleep Timer (Minutes):    10
Display Sleep Timer (Minutes):    10
Sleep On Power Button:    Yes
Automatic Restart On Power Loss:    No

Hardware Configuration:

UPS Installed:    No

Firewall:

Firewall Settings:

Mode:    Allow all incoming connections

Locations:

Automatic:

Active Location:    Yes
Services:
Internal Modem:
Type:    PPP
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    PPP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
PPP:
ACSP Enabled:    No
Display Terminal Window:    No
Redial Count:    1
Redial Enabled:    Yes
Redial Interval:    5
Use Terminal Script:    No
Dial On Demand:    No
Disconnect On Fast User Switch:    Yes
Disconnect On Idle:    Yes
Disconnect On Idle Time:    600
Disconnect On Logout:    Yes
Disconnect On Sleep:    Yes
Idle Reminder:    No
Idle Reminder Time:    1800
IPCP Compression VJ:    Yes
LCP Echo Enabled:    Yes
LCP Echo Failure:    4
LCP Echo Interval:    10
Log File:    /var/log/ppp.log
Verbose Logging:    No
Ethernet:
Type:    Ethernet
BSD Device Name:    en0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
AppleTalk:
Configuration Method:    Node
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
FireWire:
Type:    FireWire
BSD Device Name:    fw0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
AirPort:
Type:    IEEE80211
BSD Device Name:    en1
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
AppleTalk:
Configuration Method:    Node
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
IEEE80211:
Join Mode:    Automatic

Volumes:

net:

Type:    autofs
Mount Point:    /net
Mounted From:    map -hosts
Automounted:    Yes

home:

Type:    autofs
Mount Point:    /home
Mounted From:    map auto_home
Automounted:    Yes


PowerMac 8500


Hardware:

Hardware Overview:

Model Name:    Mac
Model Identifier:    8500
Processor Name:    PowerPC G4 (3.3)
Processor Speed:    1 GHz
Number Of CPUs:    1
Memory:    1 GB
Bus Speed:    50 MHz

Network:

Internal Modem:

Type:    PPP (PPPSerial)
Hardware:    Modem
BSD Device Name:    modem
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    PPP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

Ethernet:

Type:    Ethernet
Hardware:    Ethernet
BSD Device Name:    en0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

FireWire:

Type:    FireWire
Hardware:    FireWire
BSD Device Name:    fw0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

AirPort:

Type:    AirPort
Hardware:    AirPort
BSD Device Name:    en1
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes

Software:

System Software Overview:

System Version:    Mac OS X 10.5 (9A581)
Kernel Version:    Darwin 9.0.0
Boot Volume:    Mac OS X sata
Boot Mode:    Normal
Computer Name:    James Little’s Power Mac G4
User Name:    James Little (jameslittle)

FireWire:

FireWire Bus:

Warning:    The FireWire drivers are not loaded.

Graphics/Displays:

ATI Radeon 9200:

Chipset Model:    ATY,RV280
Type:    Display
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    A1
VRAM (Total):    128 MB
Vendor:    ATI (0x1002)
Device ID:    0x5961
Revision ID:    0x0001
ROM Revision:    113-A27502-127
Displays:
VGA Display:
Resolution:    800 x 600 @ 85 Hz
Depth:    32-bit Color
Core Image:    Software
Main Display:    Yes
Mirror:    Off
Online:    Yes
Quartz Extreme:    Not Supported
Display Connector:
Status:    No display connected

Memory:

Memory Slot:

Size:    1 GB
Type:    Unknown
Speed:    Unknown
Status:    OK

PCI Cards:

ATY,RV280:

Name:    ATY,Bugsy_B
Type:    display
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    A1
Vendor ID:    0x1002
Device ID:    0x5961
Subsystem Vendor ID:    0x1002
Subsystem ID:    0x5961
Revision ID:    0x0001

SeriTek/1S2 v. 5.3.1b1, 11/02/07, 23:24:45:

Name:    Seri-Tek1S2
Type:    ata
Bus:    PCI
Slot:    C1
Vendor ID:    0x1095
Device ID:    0x3112
Subsystem Vendor ID:    0x1095
Subsystem ID:    0x3112
ROM Revision:    5.3.1.1S2
Revision ID:    0x0002

Parallel SCSI:

SCSI Parallel Domain 131072:

Initiator Identifier:    7

SEAGATE ST34572N:

Capacity:    4.24 GB
Manufacturer:    SEAGATE
Model:    ST34572N
Revision:    0876
Removable Media:    No
BSD Name:    disk0
Mac OS 9 Drivers:    Yes
SCSI Target Identifier:    0
SCSI Logical Unit Identifier:    0
Partition Map Type:    APM (Apple Partition Map)
S.M.A.R.T. status:    Not Supported
Volumes:
Internal SCSI:
Capacity:    4.24 GB
Available:    3.46 GB
Writable:    Yes
File System:    HFS+
BSD Name:    disk0s6
Mount Point:    /Volumes/Internal SCSI

Power:

System Power Settings:

AC Power:
System Sleep Timer (Minutes):    0
Disk Sleep Timer (Minutes):    10
Display Sleep Timer (Minutes):    10
Sleep On Power Button:    Yes
Automatic Restart On Power Loss:    No

Hardware Configuration:

UPS Installed:    No

Firewall:

Firewall Settings:

Mode:    Allow all incoming connections

Locations:

Automatic:

Active Location:    Yes
Services:
Internal Modem:
Type:    PPP
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    PPP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
PPP:
ACSP Enabled:    No
Display Terminal Window:    No
Redial Count:    1
Redial Enabled:    Yes
Redial Interval:    5
Use Terminal Script:    No
Dial On Demand:    No
Disconnect On Fast User Switch:    Yes
Disconnect On Idle:    Yes
Disconnect On Idle Time:    600
Disconnect On Logout:    Yes
Disconnect On Sleep:    Yes
Idle Reminder:    No
Idle Reminder Time:    1800
IPCP Compression VJ:    Yes
LCP Echo Enabled:    Yes
LCP Echo Failure:    4
LCP Echo Interval:    10
Log File:    /var/log/ppp.log
Verbose Logging:    No
Ethernet:
Type:    Ethernet
BSD Device Name:    en0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
AppleTalk:
Configuration Method:    Node
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
FireWire:
Type:    FireWire
BSD Device Name:    fw0
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
AirPort:
Type:    IEEE80211
BSD Device Name:    en1
IPv4:
Configuration Method:    DHCP
IPv6:
Configuration Method:    Automatic
AppleTalk:
Configuration Method:    Node
Proxies:
Exceptions List:    *.local, 169.254/16
FTP Passive Mode:    Yes
IEEE80211:
Join Mode:    Automatic

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net:

Type:    autofs
Mount Point:    /net
Mounted From:    map -hosts
Automounted:    Yes

home:

Type:    autofs
Mount Point:    /home
Mounted From:    map auto_home
Automounted:    Yes

 

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Amazing Katamari Damacy brings the bizarro world of the original games to mobile and shifts them into an endless format that's just as addictive as the PlayStation entries. Your goal is still to roll as much random stuff as you possibly can, though... | Read more »
Portal Knights guide - crafting tips and...
In Portal Knights, you're only as strong as the items you have at your disposal. This sandbox adventure is all about crafting and building up the next big thing. Whether you're an avid explorer or collector, crafting will likely play a large part... | Read more »
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Portal Knights guide- beginner tips and...
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