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Mac_OS_X_Server_10.3_CD_1.dmg_.zip (477.97 MB)
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#2
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Mac_OS_X_Server_10.3_CD_2.dmg_.zip (591.63 MB)
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#3
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
AdminTools10.3.4.dmg_.zip (171.03 MB)
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#4
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
AdminToolsUpdate10.3.5.dmg_.zip (3.74 MB)
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#5
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
691-5422-A0ZMac_OS_X_Server_v10.3.9._Install_Disc_DVD.zip_.001 (800.00 MB)
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691-5422-A0ZMac_OS_X_Server_v10.3.9._Install_Disc_DVD.zip_.002 (336.64 MB)
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691-4912-A0ZMac_OS_X_v10.3.4_Server._Install_Disc_1_CD.zip_.001 (485.83 MB)
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691-4913-A0ZMac_OS_X_Server_v10.3.4._Install_Disc_2_CD.zip_.001 (612.32 MB)
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691-4914-A0ZAdmin_Tools_v10.3.4_CD.zip_.001 (167.76 MB)
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691-5422-A0ZMac_OS_X_Server_v10.3.9._Install_Disc_DVD.zip_.001 (800.00 MB)
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691-5422-A0ZMac_OS_X_Server_v10.3.9._Install_Disc_DVD.zip_.002 (336.64 MB)
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691-4574-A0ZMac_OS_X_Server_v10.3._Install_Disc_1_CD.zip_.001 (471.92 MB)
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691-4576-A0ZMac_OS_X_Server_v10.3._Install_Disc_2_CD.zip_.001 (590.05 MB)
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691-5422-A0ZMac_OS_X_Server_v10.3.9._Install_Disc_DVD.zip (1.11 GB)
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READ_BEFORE_YOU_INSTALL.pdf
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

Macintosh Server software 10.3 (Panther)

Released: October 24, 2003

The 10.3 Mac OS X Server release includes updated Open Directory user and file management, which with this release is based on LDAP, beginning the deprecation of the NeXT-originated NetInfo architecture. The new Workgroup Manager interface improved configuration significantly. Many common network services are provided such as NTP, SNMP, web server (Apache), mail server (Postfix and Cyrus), LDAP (OpenLDAP), AFP, and print server. The inclusion of Samba version 3 allows tight integration with Windows clients and servers. MySQL v4.0.16 and PHP v4.3.7 are also included.

Source from Wikipedia : Mac OS X Server 10.3

The 3rd & 4th DL are also downloadable directly from the US Apple website:

Server Admin Tools 10.3

This software requires a serial number to work properly:

k-375-hqb-168-ick-322-ufk-238-orx-460-i

More Serial Numbers here: https://www.smartserials.com/serials/Mac_OS_X_Panther_Server_10.3_17055.htm

See also: Mac OS X Server Rhapsody (Developer Release), Mac OS X Server 10.0, Mac OS X Server 10.1, Mac OS X Server 10.2, Mac OS X Server 10.4, Mac OS X Server 10.5

Few more original disc images :

Mac OS X Server 10.3.0

691-4574-A,0Z,Mac OS X Server v10.3. Install Disc 1 (CD)
691-4575-A,0Z,Admin Tools v10.3 (CD)
691-4576-A,0Z,Mac OS X Server v10.3. Install Disc 2 (CD)

Mac OS X Server 10.3.4

691-4912-A,0Z,Mac OS X v10.3.4 Server. Install Disc 1 (CD)
691-4913-A,0Z,Mac OS X Server v10.3.4. Install Disc 2 (CD)
691-4914-A,0Z,Admin Tools v10.3.4 (CD)

Mac OS X Server 10.3.9

691-5422-A,0Z,Mac OS X Server v10.3.9. Install Disc (DVD)

Compressed with 7z (7z a -tzip -mx=9 -v800m)

I had to split the image in smaller files to avoid a "http error 0". I will try, sometime on the future, to upload the whole file.

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC (Carbonized)

A PPC G3, G4 or G5 processor only
At least 128 MB of RAM; at least 256 MB of RAM for high-demand servers running multiple services
At least 4 GB of disk space available
A built-in USB port

See the "read me file before install" on the manual section for more informations.

Comments

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, November 7 - 6:04pm

If u talk about the last DL on the bottom, u have the same in two parts above...

themacthing's picture
by themacthing - 2017, November 6 - 6:30pm

the dvd image is too large, please compress it

themacthing's picture
by themacthing - 2017, November 6 - 6:12pm

anyone got os x 10.3.0 server dvd?

os9er's picture
by os9er - 2017, July 1 - 10:49pm

The problem was, I had forgotten the exact version because, on the disc label, it only says "10.5". It wasn't until I looked at the "SystemVersion.plist" that I remembered it was 10.5.4. Tongue

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, July 1 - 7:41pm

So, take care of it. We will try to add it later on a new page created for it. I will look for a previous version in the meantime. Nevertheless, thanks for your offer... Wink

os9er's picture
by os9er - 2017, July 1 - 7:06pm

Thanks for the reply, Mike.

Unfortunately my version is 10.5.4 as well. (Probably shouldn't have even asked, LOL... apologies again.)

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by MikeTomTom - 2017, July 1 - 6:12am

OK, I've been thinking this one over.

Tiger Server is fine (by our rules).

The Leopard DVD that is here at the MG really shouldn't be allowed until 2018 (10.5.4 was released in 2008), but we let this one slip through mainly because of the file's size and it would need re-uploading again if we removed it... It still may disappear for a while, at least until 2018...

If os9er's copy of Leopard Server is version 10.5 or 10.5.1 then yes this would just be OK to have here. Depending of the version on the DVD, newer releases than this may need to wait before adding to the MG.

@os9er: the quotemark tags are gained by using <blockquote>angle-brackets enclosing<\blockquote> tags. More tags info can be gained by viewing the MG's "tips" page.

using something with the same functionality as Split&Concat

Use HJ-Split, this is 100% compatible with Split&Concat. My preference is the Java version as it is a no-install and runs on any computer that has a Java VM installed - DL: hjsplit_g.jar (137 Kb).

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by os9er - 2017, July 1 - 5:17am

Compressed it to a 6.74 GB ZIP archive using 7-Zip. I could also, now that I think about it, split it into several pieces using something with the same functionality as Split&Concat, and upload it to my newly-created MEGA account that way... I'll have to search online for a program for that.

If that does happen, perhaps a new page could be created and a link to the upload on MEGA could be included... Although I agree that it would be prudent to ask Mike about it Smile

EDIT: Also thought I'd ask how to put text in a "quote" tag like in MacTouch's post below, as I can't seem to remember exactly. There are "quote" and "blockquote" HTML tags but I can't seem to make them work Tongue

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 30 - 10:31pm

Ok. Don't worry with topic... May be u can try different compressions now to see what's the best. Smile

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by os9er - 2017, June 30 - 9:10pm

Apologies for getting too far off topic.

One last comment: The image is ~ 7.59 GB, to be precise. I checked out the FS with HFSExplorer and it looks to be perfectly duplicated.

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 30 - 4:02pm

There is no "May I upload this" thread - do we need one?

May be it will be a good idea. I think Mike could respond...

My guess is that many here do have valuable "recent" Mac items and choose not to upload right now.

Yep. I guess perhaps they know about the 10 years rule. I have already uploaded Tiger Server here with the help of Mike, but does it match the rule ?

Could be I´m a bit picky these days.

Don't worry about that. I think you are right. There is so many recent software that cannot be here for the time being. I will not upload Leopard Server if it not match the 10 years rule. Anyway, I will ask Mike before doing that. Smile

24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2017, June 30 - 12:54pm

Yeah, I know. I would not have voted for already uploading 10.5 that soon, but as its already there...

There is no "May I upload this" thread - do we need one?
My guess is that many here do have valuable "recent" Mac items and choose not to upload right now.
Could be I´m a bit picky these days. Smile

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 30 - 12:21pm

Hi 24bit, Wink

Sure it will be a very valuable addition and Leopard´s first release was October 2007, but it was sold until August 2009.

Yep. That's why we have already Leopard on this page :

Leopard 10.5.4

Obviously, I won't ask for retire that, as u know, it is so very hard to upload such big size files. But, I think Mike's advice would be good here.

24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2017, June 30 - 11:36am

Take it easy please fellows with 10.5 Leopard Server.
Sure it will be a very valuable addition and Leopard´s first release was October 2007, but it was sold until August 2009.
That said, its a no go before September 2019, if we take it strictly.

For the file size, 8GB sounds right to me. SL Server was about 6.3GB IIRC as much of the PPC code was phased out. The SL Server image could not be compressed any further, Apple had already used the most optimised packing procedures available. Leopard Server will be the same story.
For such files and poor bandwidth it may be best to sacrifice a double layer DVD and send that one to somebody with a good upstream.

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 30 - 11:20am

Also thought I'd mention that I'm glad I can work with people who are more knowledgeable about this stuff, some of it I wouldn't even know where to begin on

YW. I will help u as far as I can... Thanks. Wink

True, I could compress it, but I'd need to compress it to less than the size of a CD (in other words, less than 650 or 700 MB). Do you know of any file-compression program or format that could do that?

I don't know if such a program exists. But u can try "7Zip" for example & look for the very best compression. I don't know what the result will be, however... Anyway, we can verifying together if the image is the same after uploading with MD5 command on the terminal. Smile

os9er's picture
by os9er - 2017, June 30 - 2:05am

True, I could compress it, but I'd need to compress it to less than the size of a CD (in other words, less than 650 or 700 MB). Do you know of any file-compression program or format that could do that?

I would search Google for that, but in this case it's a bit hard to choose good search terms, LOL...

EDIT: Also, I'm not sure I'll be able to test it, I don't even have enough money to spare to buy a pack of DVDs. :-/ Anyway, I'll check the image against the original DVD as soon as I can download something like HFSExplorer to do it with.

Also thought I'd mention that I'm glad I can work with people who are more knowledgeable about this stuff, some of it I wouldn't even know where to begin on Smile

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 29 - 12:17pm

Ok. I hope that u could find another solution if possible. In the meantime, may be u can compare the image with the original disc. If they seem identical, & when u will get double-layer discs, u could then try to burning one. Then, u will have to test it to see if it is really bootable. And if so, the image could be uploaded. This is to prevent u to waste data & time... Wink

[EDIT] And by the way, u can also compress the created image before uploading it. Smile

os9er's picture
by os9er - 2017, June 28 - 10:23pm

Ok, I made the image using ImgBurn (8 GB - in other words, quite a lot of data). Because of the size, though, I'm not sure I'll be able to upload it at all, because the data limit is for upload and download combined (in other words, it includes data both uploaded and downloaded). I'll have to see what I can do about it.

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 28 - 10:01pm

Ok. Perfect. I was thinking that when u will upload the image, your Internet connection must be strong as u haven't enough attempts with a limited one... So, I hope that all goes well for u. Smile

os9er's picture
by os9er - 2017, June 28 - 8:02pm

My Leopard Server disc is the unlimited-client version. Haven't made an image yet, but when I find the time...

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 28 - 1:02pm

Ok. Take your time & don't waste your data... I have a free connection myself & not limited. The bandwidth is just slow or fast depending on time... Good luck for your task. Wink

[EDIT] Just FYI, u will need of course a double-layer disc (8,4 GiB) for burning your image as u will need also large space on your main drive... Ah, and one last question, your retail Leopard Server DVD is an unlimited or 10 clients edition ?

os9er's picture
by os9er - 2017, June 27 - 7:24pm

Thanks for the program suggestion, I'll definitely try it and see how it goes Wink Unfortunately I don't have any blank CDs to spare at the moment, but I'll try to buy a pack of them sometime soon.

There's also the fact, though, that my wi-fi is data-limited to 20 GBs per month, both upload and download, so I might not be able to upload whatever image I create for a while.

I also have a PowerComputing System 7.5.5 CD, I might try uploading that to the main PowerComputing CD page...

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 27 - 10:32am

I have created myself a Mega account for free. There is options to buy additional functions, but it's not essential for that.

If u want create an ".iso" image on Windows, u can use imgburn to do this, but remember that any modifications could prevent the image to be bootable. The best way is to burn a disc to test if it's possible... Smile

os9er's picture
by os9er - 2017, June 27 - 7:49am

Unfortunately, I'm not using Mega; I don't even have a Mega account. If an account there doesn't cost anything to a certain extent, I can do that; I don't have the money to pay for that type of thing every month.

If I can, I'll see about at least making an image of the DVD; however, the only computer I have that could do that is a desktop PC with Windows 7. If anyone has any suggestions for a program for that purpose, it would be much appreciated. (Also to mention I've never imaged a Mac OS X DVD, does anyone know how much data is on a typical Leopard DVD? I can get rather impatient if these operations take a while, LOL...)

If I'm too far off topic, just say so and I'll take it to the forums if I feel a need to comment more on those topics. Smile

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 26 - 8:45am

Well, it would be a pleasure to create a page with your image instead of another bad copy... If u are using Mega, I can take care of it in the meantime. Thanks. Smile

os9er's picture
by os9er - 2017, June 25 - 9:08pm

OK, I just figured I'd ask about Leopard Server because I have a retail DVD for it that I could make an image of. Thanks Smile

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, June 25 - 11:09am

Didn't notice that 10.3.4 was already here before I wrote this post, apologies :-/

No problem with that as I think there is redundancies on this page that can't help seeing clearly. Sad

This is off the topic of 10.3, but I'll ask anyway: Can someone tell me whether 10.5 "Leopard" Server is considered abandonware...?

Yep, it could be, but it doesn't match the 10 years rule for the time being. I will add it as it can be, soon. Wink

os9er's picture
by os9er - 2017, June 25 - 1:12am

I have a set of Server 10.3.4 CDs, in which I've made images of discs 1 and 2, but not the "Admin Tools" disc. I suppose it might be pointless to upload my images here, because there are so few differences between the 10.3 Server versions, but perhaps an administrator could let me know if otherwise...?

EDIT: Didn't notice that 10.3.4 was already here before I wrote this post, apologies :-/

EDIT 2: This is off the topic of 10.3, but I'll ask anyway: Can someone tell me whether 10.5 "Leopard" Server is considered abandonware...?

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by semvalidade2006 - 2017, May 10 - 7:34pm

New zip and working

$ hdiutil mount *5422*
/dev/disk7 Apple_partition_scheme
/dev/disk7s1 Apple_partition_map
/dev/disk7s2 Apple_Driver_ATAPI
/dev/disk7s3 Apple_HFS /Volumes/Mac OS X Server Install DVD
$ hdiutil unmount "/Volumes/Mac OS X Server Install DVD"
"/Volumes/Mac OS X Server Install DVD" unmounted successfully.

$ 7z a -tzip -mx=9 -v800m '0Compressed/691-5422-A,0Z,Mac OS X Server v10.3.9. Install Disc (DVD).zip' '691-5422-A,0Z,Mac OS X Server v10.3.9. Install Disc (DVD).iso'

7-Zip [64] 16.02 : Copyright (c) 1999-2016 Igor Pavlov : 2016-05-21
p7zip Version 16.02 (locale=utf8,Utf16=on,HugeFiles=on,64 bits,8 CPUs x64)

Scanning the drive:
1 file, 1499463680 bytes (1430 MiB)

Creating archive: 0Compressed/691-5422-A,0Z,Mac OS X Server v10.3.9. Install Disc (DVD).zip

Items to compress: 1

Files read from disk: 1
Archive size: 1191855050 bytes (1137 MiB)
Everything is Ok

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, May 10 - 3:31pm

The 11th & 12th works well for me. Yep, the 5th DL with 6th & 7th doesn't works. I have DL two times the 5th image & it fails at the end of decompression. So, it could be removed...

[EDIT] My bandwidth working pretty well for now, I have uploaded finally the image 691-5422 in one piece. At this time, it is the last file... Smile

semvalidade2006's picture
by semvalidade2006 - 2017, May 10 - 12:12am

Is the 5th DL the "691-5422" image?

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, May 9 - 7:59pm
5

Not sure that redundant files are requested here... Puzzled

[EDIT] The fifth DL is corrupted. I will try the two recents uploaded files 691-5422...

[EDIT2] The two last splitted files 691-5422 are working well. May be the 3 others could be removed. Smile

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by 24bit - 2017, April 9 - 6:43pm

Agreed. Someone should give it a whirl to confirm everything is fine.
I´m 100% sure everything is perfect with Bertyboy´s uploads, but seeing is believing.

You may know that 10.3 and 10.4 (and some more) do run at usable speed in QEMU, given you got a C2D E8400, or better host machine to play with.

MacTouch's picture
by MacTouch - 2017, April 9 - 12:52pm
5

Of course, Thanks to Bertyboy for all of his images... I wonder if someone can test this one & the Tiger version on a Beige G3 with XPostFacto, as I don't know if it works. Also, these are not made to work on a laptop. But are they still working on a PowerBook or iBook ?