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  1. @malexander You can install different versions of Mac OS /OS X on different disks, or different partitions of one disk, and boot in the version you like. So also with only one Mac you can have access to different Versions of the OS. The old Mac Pro 5.1 can boot into everything from OS 10.6 up to the current OS. The formerly top-of-the-line models are still quite fast (I regularly compile gcc with one such). Moreover they are available for not too much money nowadays.
  2. I tested with three different Mac: a MacPro 3.1 (from 2008), a MacPro 5.1 and a Macbook Pro late 2013. The crash always occurs. So the mentioned "it should run with old hardware" is not the case here. Moreover I do not run Mojave but the older OS 10.9, so also the older ktext. Thus I think the linked thread has no connection with the issue.