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OS 10.2 - MAC OS X Server Newbie - what is a server?


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Hi,
I am being given a gift of a MAC OS X G4 dual processor Server. It is a tower, not a rack-mount, OS version 10.2.8. Not knowing anything about servers, can I use this as a regular computer (like the G4 I currently own), and ignore or delete the server software? In other words, is the "server" simply software, or is there a hardware component that is different from a regular computer?

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