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Is Mac OS X 10.1, 10.2 or 10.3 somewhere out there?


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Hey guys, I'm just asking if you can tell me where to find those old Mac OS X 10.1, 10.2, or even 10.3 images.
Want to test them...OSX Public Beta won't boot in PearPC for some reason... :-/

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You can easily make images if you have copies of the OS(es). I don't recommend it as it is mean to Apple but you can also get images from T-O-R-R-E-N-T.

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I downloaded the 3 Panther disc iso's for no good reason from...umm...the Captain Hook *cough* Lagoon. I don't know why, it's not like Windows could read them anyway, so I threw them on a backup DVD

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Windows can READ them alright, it just doesn't make any sense to Windows unless you have MacDrive. You can mount the ISOs in PearPC and they will read just fine.

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Hey guys, I'm just asking if you can tell me where to find those old Mac OS X 10.1, 10.2, or even 10.3 images.
Want to test them...OSX Public Beta won't boot in PearPC for some reason... :-/


If I remember correctly, OS X Public Beta expired, and even still, PearPC generally doesn't like anything under 10.1 (NB--I did get Server 1.x to briefly boot, then it died--never could get it back). So I would say for best results, see about getting 10.1.

I may have an old copy of Jaguar laying around--I'll check around.

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Do you just wanna se what leopard is set upon? There is nothing good about running a mundane OS.
And i would not recommend running Cheetah... will all know what happened there...


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I have Mac OS X 10.0.3 on my iMac G3. It's... interesting to say the least.

You'd struggle to find that anywhere. I've seen Puma and Cheetah lying around, have a search around google. They are usually found by their big cat names.

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I have PPC install discs for 8.1, 8.6, 9.2.1, 10.0.4, and 10.3. And I have OSx86 install discs for 10.4.8, 10.4.9, 10.4.10, and 10.5.1. Sorry, just have to show my collection ;)

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I've got Claris works from '93, still in its original envelope and containing floppy disks. How time does go by.

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Could you give me your Cheetah Install CD? Many thanks!





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