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I have a PPC and i need 10.5. Where can i still get It?
post #2 of 12
In a shop or in a web.
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post #3 of 12
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If I could find it in a shop or on the web would i be posting here?
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If I could find it in a shop or on the web would i be posting here?

Don't know. Trying searching Google.
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post #5 of 12
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If I could find it in a shop or on the web would i be posting here?

right... eBay only turns up a couple hundred copies...
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Is it possible to burn a bootable image of an install DVD and then use it as if it were the original?
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Is it possible to burn a bootable image of an install DVD and then use it as if it were the original?

Just curious... if you have the original then why would you need to also burn a bootable image?
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Is it possible to burn a bootable image of an install DVD and then use it as if it were the original?

Yes. Wasn't with Leopard, seems to be with SL.
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post #9 of 12
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Just curious... if you have the original then why would you need to also burn a bootable image?

Think of it as a puzzle.
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post #10 of 12
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Just curious... if you have the original then why would you need to also burn a bootable image?

Seems you missed that the OP is looking for a bootable installation DVD, Hudson...
post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by Rokcet Scientist
Is it possible to burn a bootable image of an install DVD and then use it as if it were the original?

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Yes. Wasn't with Leopard, seems to be with SL.

So that's not a solution for the OP if he insists on OSX 10.5.
post #12 of 12
In either case, wouldn't that be piracy?

I've seen other posts indicating that people have recently acquired a retail version of Leopard from Apple. No, not in the store, and not even from the online store. You have to call the number found there.
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