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Upgrading 10.3.9 OS to 10.4 or 10.5

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I have Powerbook G4 with 1.5 Ghrz and 1.3 GB Ram. I would like to upgrade the operating system in order to use other hardwares.

Would the upgrade work with 10.4 and 10.5 OS? I do not have these OS disks. Where can I get theses?

Is there anyone not using the OS that can help out?
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