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Basically the first production release of the [[Apple Rhapsody]] project, which is the PowerPC port of [[OPENSTEP]] designed to run on the Macintosh. The OS X Server operating system does not use the aqua appearance of the later released OS X, nor is it compatible with later OS X software.
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Mac OS X Server 1.x is basically the first production release of the [[Apple Rhapsody]] project, which is the PowerPC port of [[OPENSTEP]] designed to run on the Macintosh. The OS X Server operating system does not use the aqua appearance of the later released OS X, nor is it compatible with later OS X software.
    
==Release history==
 
==Release history==
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The 1.0.2 version is incorrectly referenced as 1.1 in some places.
    
==Limitations==
 
==Limitations==
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==Old World G3 can't boot OS X after PRAM battery failure==
 
==Old World G3 can't boot OS X after PRAM battery failure==
 
If you install Mac OS X Server on an [[Old World ROM]] based Macintosh without a working PRAM battery, the boot settings pointing to the UFS volume will be lost if power is removed from the system. You must either enter [[Open Firmware]] and manually point to the mach_kernel boot file or boot from the OS X Server installer CD and using the System Disk utility to select your existing UFS partition.
 
If you install Mac OS X Server on an [[Old World ROM]] based Macintosh without a working PRAM battery, the boot settings pointing to the UFS volume will be lost if power is removed from the system. You must either enter [[Open Firmware]] and manually point to the mach_kernel boot file or boot from the OS X Server installer CD and using the System Disk utility to select your existing UFS partition.
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=Notes=
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===Change appearance to NeXTStep===
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You should be able to change the interface appearance back to NeXTStep using "defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSInterfaceStyle NeXTStep" in the terminal. If that doesn't work, try replacing "defaults write" with "dwrite".
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=Videos=
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<youtube>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5I3BWaMa-Fk</youtube>
    
=External Resources=
 
=External Resources=
 
* http://rhapsodyos.org
 
* http://rhapsodyos.org
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5I3BWaMa-Fk Mac OS X Server 1.2 Install video]
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=See Also=
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* [[Apple Copland]] - Apple's original attempt at a next generation operating system prior to the [[NeXT]] merger
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* [[Apple Rhapsody]]
    
[[Category:Apple]]
 
[[Category:Apple]]
 
[[Category:Software]]
 
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[[Category:Operating Systems]]

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