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iMac - Panther, Firmware, & iMac G3


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I want to upgrade my iMac G3, which is running 10.2.8, to Panther. The system profiler tells me that the firmware is boot ROM 4.1.1b1.

Does anyone know if this is enough to install Panther?

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Should be fine with the firmware since you already have 10.2 working properly I assume.
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Should be fine with the firmware since you already have 10.2 working properly I assume.
Yes, 10.2 is working fine.

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