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iWork '06

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iWork_06.toast_.part01.sitx (966.00 MB)
MD5: 68d796dfbdd01ba316a362eba9052b05
For Mac OS X
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iWork_06.toast_.part02.sitx (765.00 MB)
MD5: c16707dea55606f211b909f2105ffd29
For Mac OS X
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Keynote3.0.1v2.dmg (39.20 MB)
MD5: 854c4cc563916d2e6e6414736d6d474b
For Mac OS X
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Keynote3.0.2.dmg (2.65 MB)
MD5: 525ff0a216b197368e0af977b446391e
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Pages2.0.1v2.dmg (21.16 MB)
MD5: 076331e296e7a9630002a3424a20249c
For Mac OS X
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us (0.37 KB)
MD5: 483f8cbee4539bc4a8d5502401856f45
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Guides on emulating older applications

iWork '06 was released on January 10, 2006 and contained updated versions of both Keynote 3.0.0 and Pages 2.0.
Both programs were released as universal binaries for the first time, allowing them to run natively on both PowerPC processors and the Intel processors used in the new iMac desktop computers and MacBook Pro notebooks which had been announced on the same day as the new iWork suite.

While iWork was billed by Apple as "a successor to AppleWorks", it does not replicate AppleWorks's database and drawing tools. However, iWork integrates with existing applications from Apple's iLife suite through the Media Browser, which allows users to drag and drop music from iTunes, movies from iMovie, and photos from iPhoto and Aperture directly into iWork documents.
(From Wikipedia)

The DVD image was chopped into two parts which are best joined and inflated with the free StuffIt Expander - version 14 or 15.
Part01.sitx MD5 checksum: 68d796dfbdd01ba316a362eba9052b05
Part02.sitx MD5 checksum: c16707dea55606f211b909f2105ffd29

The three other files are upgrades obviously. Smile

Manuals available:
The first manual available from above is the Keynote User Guide.
The Pages User Guide is also available:

Please note:
If you try iWork, best make sure that your Mac is disconnected from the net or that outgoing connections are blocked by Little Snitch or a similar tool.
If you stick to that rule, apps can't phone home and the serial will not be blacklisted.

Architecture: PPC

Mac PowerPC G4 or G5 with 500MHz or better
Mac X86 Core2Duo
RAM 256MB (512MB recommended)
OS X 10.3.9 or 10.4.3 or higher


MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, May 2 - 11:26pm

Yes, thanks Kitchen2010. I needed to use a more recent Expander and exercise some patience. It took an age to extract and it just seemed to hang at the end. For me it took approx another 15 minutes from when the progress bar got to the end before it finished... but it got there in the end.

Thanks for the checksums, 24bit. It let me know that what I was getting, was the same as what is on the server. There is no need to re-do this one, as it is able to be restored OK as is.

The compression type doesn't bother me too much, tho' I'd prefer a more standardized file splitting tool used, as in one that can creates part files which can be re-joined by any number of different tools, not locked into a proprietary scheme like StuffIt's.

Split files that can be rejoined using basic *nix tools like "cat" appeal to me - I use the x-platform HJ-Split (Java version).

The tool mrdav uses, "BetterZip", does a good job of creating standardized split part files and zip is also pretty standard across platforms - good for sub 4GB archives (which I think is standard zip's limitation).

I have to question the need to compress this particular .toast at all tho', as the two part files amounted to 1.81 GB's in total file size DL'd, - and decompressed, the .toast came to 1.89 GB's in total! Wink

24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2016, May 2 - 3:37pm

Good to know, Kitchen2010! Thanks for the info.
Seems Stuffit Expander 14 and 15 do the job.

SITX may be troublesome - should 7Zip be preferred maybe, for cutting the big files?
I may image and deflate on a Windows box just the same.
I think The Unarchiver is able to join and inflate 7Zip, but this has to be confirmed.

Kitchen2010's picture
by Kitchen2010 - 2016, May 2 - 11:36am

Decompression and mounting of the DVD image worked for me ! I used StuffIt Expander 14 under Mac OS X 10.4.11. It can decompress parted archive files.

24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2016, May 2 - 10:16am

Seems I forgot the checksums again, hm?
What I tried was joining the sitx files I uploaded locally and installed from the resulting .toast.
The Stuffit Expander I was using is here:

megrex's picture
by megrex - 2016, May 2 - 5:47am

Yep, I'm getting much the same error message - looks like the sitx files are dud!

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, May 1 - 11:46pm

I'm getting "file incomplete" errors on attempting to rejoin the two main .sitx parts here. Tried StuffIt & Unarchiver and getting same error before it fails. My DL at fault? Checksums to compare against, might help decide on DL'ing again or not.