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Mac OS X Server 10.1

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#1
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691-3451-AMac_OS_X_Developer_Tools._v2001-12_CD.zip_.001 (234.77 MB)
MD5: 8ac7e87e70cccfe29f5d6683e1c7c972
For Mac OS X
#2
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691-3535-A0ZMac_OS_X_v10.1.5_Server._NetBoot_v2.0.4_CD.zip_.001 (498.87 MB)
MD5: 7feabfe8bdcc54010118626dcedfdfc1
For Mac OS X
#3
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
691-3598-A0ZMacintosh_Manager_v2.1.1_CD.zip_.001 (69.40 MB)
MD5: 1d410399f04db74bced62b2841feefd9
For Mac OS X
#4
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691-3675-AApple_Hardware_Test_v1.0._Xserve_CD.zip_.001 (7.98 MB)
MD5: 211d9d5fcde6d28b13433f5d6df4c150
For Mac OS X
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691-3901-A0ZMac_OS_X_v10.1.5_Server_CD.zip_.001 (472.13 MB)
MD5: 885014e81048de1a665ac6d39438a89a
For Mac OS X
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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
691-3902-A0ZAdmin_Tools_v10.1.5_CD.zip_.001 (96.09 MB)
MD5: bdde7fbf650c5a432862b2a166973817
For Mac OS X
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Mac OS X Server 10.1 (Puma Server)

Released: September 25, 2001

Source from Wikipedia : Mac OS X Server 10.1

693-1436 Mac OS X v10.1.5 (Xserve CPU drop-in)

691-3451-A,,Mac OS X Developer Tools. v2001-12 (CD)
691-3535-A,0Z,NetBoot v10.1.5 (CD)
691-3598-A,0Z,Macintosh Manager v2.1.1 (CD)
691-3675-A,,Apple Hardware Test v1.0. Xserve (CD)
691-3901-A,0Z,Mac OS X v10.1.5 Server (CD)
691-3902-A,0Z,Admin Tools v10.1.5 (CD)

Files compressed with 7z (7z a -tzip -mx=9 -v500m)

This Software will ask a serial number. Surprisingly, the same as Mac OS X 10.2 Server will work :
k-375-hqb-168-ick-322-ufc-385-pkk-317-a

See also: Mac OS X Server Rhapsody (Developer Release), Mac OS X Server 10.0, Mac OS X Server 10.2, Mac OS X Server 10.3, Mac OS X Server 10.4, Mac OS X Server 10.5, Mac OS X Server 10.6

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC (Carbonized)

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MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2019, September 29 - 10:37pm

Why do all of the downloads have the extension ".001"?

Just guessing, I think that when the uploader was creating his archives, he was running a script from a commandline, to archive. See description above; "Files compressed with 7z (7z a -tzip -mx=9 -v500m)".

That script looks like it is to expect part files to be created, split at 500MB, of which all of the above fall below that limit, but the script didn't factor in not naming the output as a part file, on files that didn't require splitting.

I assume, removing the "_.001" suffix ending from the file's name, will be all that's required, if necessary.

os9er's picture
by os9er - 2019, September 29 - 9:44pm

Why do all of the downloads have the extension ".001"?

uyjulian's picture
by uyjulian - 2017, November 12 - 6:39pm

booting from the network

themacthing's picture
by themacthing - 2017, November 6 - 6:21pm

what is the netboot one for