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OS 10.5 - which version 10.6 to dual boot with 10.5


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When 10.6 comes out should I get the $29 version I see mentioned here (Snow Leopard gets a September ship date | Mac OS X | Macworld) to dual boot with my 10.5 machine? Or would I need the full version to dual boot?
I know it isn't out yet, but I suspect the answer would be the same if I was asking about 10.4 and 10.5 instead -- which I don't know the answer to.
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