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Mac OS X Server 10.0.4 Update

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May 17, 2006 11:49 AM
Hello,
I've been going through my software and downloading all the updates I can find. I was wondering if any of you might have this in your archives, Apple seems to have "lost" it and my usual haunts have come up empty.

I've recently bought Mac OS X Server 10.0, and I have some of the other OS X Servers (for the Xserve), it seems finding (just the) updates you need before OS X Server 10.3 is hit or miss.

In one example I'm trying to find:
Mac OS X Server 10.0.4 Update: Document and Software

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=120035

( http://download.info.apple.com/MacOSX/062-8318.20010702/0z/10.0.4ServerUpdate.dmg.bin )

Dumps you at:
" This URL is no longer used. If you get to this page, please go to:"

http://www.info.apple.com/export/

... do strange loop.
(My cookies are enabled)

I know this is old, thats not the point, why is this and for that fact most of the other updates missing?

I'm not real clear if 10.0 Server is update-able to 10.1 Server with the OS X 10.0-10.1 update CD for the regular OS X to which you may then UD to MacOSXUpdateCombo10.1.5, they mixed it up so you can't tell - or I can't tell.

Mac OS X Server 10.1: Chart of Available Software Updates:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=42741

See what I mean?
Even OS X Server 10.0.3 Update would suffice. I'd appreciate you all poking around - I got nothing.

Mac OS X Server 10.3.x on, stuff is easy to find, Server 10.2.x and earlier is a pain and this is the last time (hopefully) I'll need to do this.

If anyone with these updates could contact me that would be great or just reply to this post, this server will not be online - just to be clear.

Any help would be appreciated.

hylas

California, USA

hylas[|at|]operamail[|dot|]com


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  • davidh Level 4 Level 4 (1,890 points)
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    Jun 27, 2006 4:36 PM (in response to hylas)
    Hi there.

    10.0 is asking for pain, serious pain. I got mail running under 10.0.<something> ages ago, and wouldn't touch it again unless paid to

    This download link here seems to work fine (tested it just now)
    http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/macosxcomboupdate10_04.html

    Which took me about 5 seconds to find, by searching at
    http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/
    for 10.0 server
    and choosing "restrict to downloads"

    Good luck !
  • davidh Level 4 Level 4 (1,890 points)
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    Jul 2, 2006 7:31 PM (in response to hylas)
    If Apple won't help you then you seem to be out of luck.
    It should of course be available as a download.

    Why you'd want to do anything with it is beyond me, all components that you'd be wanting to upgrade manually (BIND, DHCP, DNS, amavisd, spamassassin, clamav, Postfix or for that matter Exim, both will do you far better than sendmail) you could easily do under 10.1 (assuming current versions would still compile correctly) or 10.2 Mac OS X client.

    I'm not sure what 10.0.x server offers you that you'd need.
    And I do mean that honestly.

    My own archives only go back as far as 10.1.x server, fwiw
  • Oz Barron Calculating status...
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    Jul 7, 2006 1:32 PM (in response to davidh)
    10.0? IN the words of Monty Python... RUN AWAY RUN AWAY!

    seriously, get 10.4, or even 10.3. Life's way too short.
    Powerbook G4 17, Mac OS X (10.4)

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