Ok, in more detail how do I do this?
I have a both .DMG verison of the installer as well as a DVD version. Assuming the .DMG is easier, how would I tackle it? Would I have to create a boot partition on a FW drive to load the image? or could I put the image randomly in a FW HD and to the T command(?) at startup?
I have my 2nd Gen MacBook (still in production), how would that option be done to achieve this project?
I figured it out.
First of all Tiger Server requires a G4 or higher CPU including Intel.
Before I wasted my time by not reading the Before You Install, I was able to do this
Create a boot partition in Disk Utility and threw the Tiger Server DMG into the iPod as a recovery image.
Create another boot partition in the Mac of interest (in this case the B&W G3), I did 2 one for the installer image and another for the OS and everything else to reside. The image was copied from the mounted iPod.
After a couple hours (because USB 1 is so old and slow) the image copied and booted up. It couldn't install because the G3 CPU is not supported. If it was a different situtiation, then I'd say "It worked!"
Thanks for helping me anyways!
I had another case of Stranger Things That Have Happened:
from what I read the B&W G3 does support Tiger Server, but for some reason the installer disc requires a G4 or greater PPC or Intel CPU.
A while back I installed Tiger Server on I think a G4 CPU and it worked there, however I thought maybe I could take that actual hard drive and move it to the B&W G3. Got a blinking question mark, but zapped the PRAM and it booted in with no problems, no crashes no kernel panics no Sad Macs (oh wait wrong platform! ) and its working just fine.
My note to anyone is to check your setup (whether or not you have a DVD ROM) or media (that requires a G4 + CPU) you have, the B&W G3 may not be able to take it initally and might need to do workarounds.