OS X Leopard 10.5.4 download source

jbarley

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Maybe this is too good to be real, just took a closer look into the download link and it seems it's one of those "gotta join here, create a login" type of sites, like all the others I prefer to steer clear of.
But I guess it could be worth it to someone who is in need of the install disks.
 
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swamprock

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Macintosh Garden is totally legit. No worries; no need to sign up if you don't to. Mega, however, is a total pain in the ass. I've wasted too much time getting that crap to work that I just gave up after a while...
 

iModFrenzy

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Macintosh Garden is great, in fact the install on my iBook(I am typing from) is from there. I think I used 10.5.4.

I was just asking because I saw this before.

I never really stumbled on sites requiring login or anything tho.
 

LightBulbFun

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yeah this is nothing new i have been recommending to guys who need leo for a long time now :) last i checked you dont need to log into anything its just MG then Mega... I find mega works best with chrome. that page also has a bunch of other OS X stuff thats nice (that entire website is neat heh)
 
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headsh0t95

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If using a modern browser, it should present 2 buttons: "Download using MegaSync" and "Download using your browser". Choose the latter one and it should work fine.
 

iBoss101

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Aware that this is an extremely old post, but I stumbled across it today as I was looking for a genuine copy of Leopard for my newly acquired G5 1.8GHz. In addition to the 10.5.4 download, they also have the update file for 10.5.8!
 
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bobesch

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To go for a real Leopard (and Tiger and Leopard-Server) Retail disk had been my best expense ever!
MacintoshGarden is a great repository but everything web-based seems to me kind of brittle ...
 
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