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according[edit] according to [http://mactracker.dreamhosters.com/|Mactracker], the 800MHz iBook G4 12" will run Mac OS X up to version 10.5.8. So Leopard should be fine on your iBook10.4.11
according[edit] according to [http://mactracker.dreamhosters.com/|Mactracker], the 800MHz iBook G4 12" will run Mac OS X up to version 10.5.8. So Leopard should be fine on your iBook10.4.11
 
but generally speaking a disk image from one Mac may not work on another - at least that was the case I know with older versions of Mac OS as there were sometimes machine specific drivers installed. but I'm not certain if more recent OS versions like Leopard are more machine-independent. I guess the easy thing to try is to make an external clone of your eMac's disk and try booting your iBook from that external clone?
 
edit: to clone your hard drive, use [http://www.shirt-pocket.com/SuperDuper/SuperDuperDescription.html|SuperDuper] (highly recommended) - or you could also use Carbon Copy Cloner

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according to [http://mactracker.dreamhosters.com/|Mactracker], the 800MHz iBook G4 12" will run Mac OS X up to version 10.5.8. So Leopard should be fine on your iBook
 
but generally speaking a disk image from one Mac may not work on another - at least that was the case I know with older versions of Mac OS as there were sometimes machine specific drivers installed. but I'm not certain if more recent OS versions like Leopard are more machine-independent. I guess the easy thing to try is to make an external clone of your eMac's disk and try booting your iBook from that external clone?
 
edit: to clone your hard drive, use [http://www.shirt-pocket.com/SuperDuper/SuperDuperDescription.html|SuperDuper] (highly recommended) - or you could also use Carbon Copy Cloner

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according to [http://mactracker.dreamhosters.com/|Mactracker], the 800MHz iBook G4 12" will run Mac OS X up to version 10.5.8. So Leopard should be fine on your iBook

but generally speaking a disk image from one Mac may not work on another - at least that was the case I know with older versions of Mac OS as there were sometimes machine specific drivers installed. but I'm not certain if more recent OS versions like Leopard are more machine-independent. I guess the easy thing to try is to make an external clone of your eMac's disk and try booting your iBook from that external clone?

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