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Is it possible to install Panther on a Wallstreet


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Recently I upgraded my old 233Mhz G3 Wallsreet with a Sonnet 500Mhz G4. I currently run OS 10.1.5 on it. I do have Panther running on my iMac DV and figured that I could do the same on the PowerBook now since the upgrade. Problem is, no matter what I try, I cannot get Panther to install on the Wallstreet. I have tried XPost Facto with no avail. I tried to use FW disk mode, but since the FW I have for the PowerBook is not internal, (its a PC card) I can't set it as a target disk. I don't have a network setup in my house, so that option is out. Has anyone here had any luck installing 10.3 on a Wallstreet and if so, how did you do it?

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