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If you've done all those things and if you know the hard drive works, it seems that the only thing it could be is a logic board error.
 
Although, how much RAM have you put in? Too much might not work, I believe 1GB is the iBook G4 limit.
 
You can double check the hard drive works by booting up and holding +S, then type fsck -fy
 
Sorry I can't be more helphelp, I'm fairly certain it's a logic board issue.

UPDATE: Having read your update on your question I still think you have a logic board issue; but there is one thing I think you could try. Put Ubuntu on a CD and try booting from that, it might be that Mac OS X disagrees with the logic board but it still works. Here is a PowerPC version of it, use Disk Utility to Burn it to a CD and use option at startup to boot from it:

[http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/edgy/|Click Here] and download '''Mac (PowerPC) and IBM-PPC (POWER5) desktop CD'''

I hope that works
Sorry I can't be more helphelp, I'm fairly certain it's a logic board issue.

UPDATE: Having read your update on your question I still think you have a logic board issue; but there is one thing I think you could try. Put Ubuntu on a CD and try booting from that, it might be that Mac OS X disagrees with the logic board but it still works. Here is a PowerPC version of it, use Disk Utility to Burn it to a CD and use option at startup to boot from it:

[http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/edgy/|Click Here] and download '''Mac (PowerPC) and IBM-PPC (POWER5) desktop CD'''

I hope that works

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If you've done all those things and if you know the hard drive works, it seems that the only thing it could be is a logic board error.

Although, how much RAM have you put in? Too much might not work, I believe 1GB is the iBook G4 limit.

You can double check the hard drive works by booting up and holding +S, then type fsck -fy

Sorry I can't be more help

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