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Install 10.3 Server on Mac mini
Authored by: jmdevaney on Feb 02, '05 11:05:53AM

Nice call on the Mini as target disk, never thought of that.

As for running disk 2 that does not work. Because the Mini comes pre installed with 10.3.7 once running the server setup on disk 2 the server portion is only at 10.3 and you cannot install the 10.3.7 server updates or Jboss. The installs through softwareupdate fail. Although I did not try downloading the updates and installing that way.

I tried this first before going the long route.

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Install 10.3 Server on Mac mini
Authored by: jcbeckman on Feb 02, '05 11:26:25AM

That's very odd - I did the same thing with my 10.3.0 disc 2 and my iMac, preinstalled with 10.3.4 or 5 at the time. Worked fine. I had already downloaded the 10.3.x Combo updater for Server ahead of time, and it installed fine too.



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Install 10.3 Server on Mac mini
Authored by: Hes Nikke on Feb 02, '05 11:29:13AM

The copy of OS X Server i got on December 24th (yes, i'm that much of a geek :D) had the 10.3.5 update rolled in. yes i know that this *is* out of date, but perhaps apple'll have a 10.3.7 OS X server one day...

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Install 10.3 Server on Mac mini
Authored by: nzer on Feb 02, '05 12:05:13PM

On the Mac Mini, used the 10.3.7 that came with it, installed Disk 2 of a 10.3.2 Server. Then applied 10.3.5 Server Combo Update, then 10.3.6 Server Combo Update, then 10.3.7 Server Combo Update. Works fine.

I don't have a reason why I used Combo Updates but it was just what was downloaded earlier.



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Install 10.3 Server on Mac mini
Authored by: paulsomm on May 03, '05 11:18:27PM

Actually it works just fine. You just need to go to the JBoss folder and, as admin, change yourself to the owner before running Software Update. After the update runs, it automatically resets the owner to "appserver" for you.



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