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Upgrade from Panther to Leopard?


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I have a Panther PPC 10.3, is there a way to upgrade it from Panther to Leopard. I've been looking for upgrades to Leopard but I wasn't sure if it was from Panther or if it completely would work. Can someone please tell me if it is possible and how much it will cost?
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EDIT: My Mac has a processor higher than 867 MHz and I have 768MB RAM
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I have a Panther PPC 10.3, is there a way to upgrade it from Panther to Leopard. I've been looking for upgrades to Leopard but I wasn't sure if it was from Panther or if it completely would work. Can someone please tell me if it is possible and how much it will cost?
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Sure you can do it...but...does your Mac meet the minimum system requirements for Leopard? You need at least an 867mhz processor.

Otherwise...OS 10.5 retail install disks are selling on eBay for around $100+.

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If you had carried out a search, you would have found this answer:-

Upgrade from Panther to Leopard

Remember you cannot upgrade using an upgrade Leopard disc, only the full version.
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