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OSX to 10.1 to10.2 to 10.3 updating (?)


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Hi,

Maybe there's a thread here explaining how to upgrade from OSX to 10.3, maybe not.

I've had the OSX disk for some time now and feel it's time to learn the new OS.

Can I get to 10.3 from OSX?

Thanx
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Ok aside from your terminology, I understand what your saying.

Buy the Full OSX 10.3 disks from apple and install from any OS you want.


Terminology:
10.3 is OSX
panther is OSX
panther is 10.3
OSX is 10.3, 10.2, 10.1, 10.0, 10b
Classic is OS9 and below.
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Ok aside from your terminology, I understand what your saying.

Buy the Full OSX 10.3 disks from apple and install from any OS you want.


Terminology:
10.3 is OSX
panther is OSX
panther is 10.3
OSX is 10.3, 10.2, 10.1, 10.0, 10b
Classic is OS9 and below.

Thanx. I was trying to find out if I could get to panther with my original disk.
I guess the answer is no? I have to buy panther?
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Thanx. I was trying to find out if I could get to panther with my original disk.
I guess the answer is no? I have to buy panther?
Panther is and upgrade, not an update. This means that you can go straight to Panther (OS X 10.3), with out Jaguar (OS X 10.2) installed.
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Thanx guys!
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