Free BSD on Macintosh OS 10.3.9 ?
mfitzgerald at pacific.net.au
Wed Feb 22 15:00:59 PST 2006
On 22/02/2006, at 10:37 PM, Ted Mittelstaedt wrote:
> 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
> connection so
> you have no network connection.
> 2) insert disk #1 of the Panther OS and boot with the C key to boot off
> the CD
> 3) When the option comes up asking if you want to install OSX, select
> to completely erase the existing disk and reinitialize it.
> 4) Install Panther.
You can use the "Options" button to select the extra components at this
stage. It saves you the extra reboot and install in step 5 below
> 5) Before plugging in the ethernet cable, boot from the hard disk of
> insert disk #1, and go to the additional installers and run the BSD
> system installer.
> 6) Plug in ethernet cable and run Software Update.
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