No, that one is useless to you. OS discs which ship with Macs are model specific, more so nowadays (you used to be able to use some PowerBook and iBook discs with all portables, and desktop ones were more interchangeable than they are now too. Aside from that, the MacBook ships with an Intel x86 version of OS X, you need the PowerPC version of Tiger. And you really need a retail copy to be sure it will work.
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