Free BSD on Macintosh OS 10.3.9 ?
tedm at toybox.placo.com
Wed Feb 22 03:37:44 PST 2006
I don't think you need the BSD base system to run Adobe Indesign
But, if you do then you have to do it this way:
1) backup all your data files from your iBook. Unplug your ethernet
you have no network connection.
2) insert disk #1 of the Panther OS and boot with the C key to boot off
3) When the option comes up asking if you want to install OSX, select the
to completely erase the existing disk and reinitialize it.
4) Install Panther.
5) Before plugging in the ethernet cable, boot from the hard disk of the
insert disk #1, and go to the additional installers and run the BSD
6) Plug in ethernet cable and run Software Update.
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>can I use free BSD in my mac? I have Panther in my iBook, but there is
>no BSD in it.
>I tryed once to get it from the CD OS 10.2.3, but since it was older
>than my updated
>system OS 10.3.9 the system crashed! I need the BSD to try out the
>Adobe program Indesign.
>Do you know what I should do?
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