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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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=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]
      
=See Also=
 
=See Also=