The Mac OS X Server 1.0 is an operating system that was designed, developed, and sold by Apple in 1999 alongside Apple’s server computers. The system has been released on March 16, 1999, and was preinstalled on currently sold server computers. This software gets the last update (1.2 v3) on October 27, 2000, and later has been replaced by a newer version of Mac OS X Server 10.1 Cheetah.
Mac OS X Server 1.0 is based on the main version of Mac OS 8 and the OpenStep system is based on NeXT technology. This version of Mac OS Server features AppleShare services and server applications such as file and printer sharing and user management.
Today Mac OS X Server 1.0 is 23 years old!
Mac OS X Server 1.0 General Information
|Released||March 16, 1999|
|System Requirements||Power Mac G3 or Macintosh Server G3|
64 MB RAM
1 GB of hard disk space
|Mac OS X Server 1.0||March 16, 1999|
|Mac OS X Server 1.0.1||April 15, 1999|
|Mac OS X Server 1.0.2||July 29, 1999|
|Mac OS X Server 1.1||Unknown (contains the same content as 1.0.2)|
|Mac OS X Server 1.2||January 14, 2000|
|Mac OS X Server 1.2 v3||October 27, 2000|