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Jump from 10.1.3 to 10.3

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I hope this is not to silly a question, bur a friend of mine is running 10.1.3. In a few days Panther comes on the market. My question is can you miss out 10.2 and go straight to 10.3 ?  I suspect you can, but just want to be sure. thanks, campbellcg    
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campbellcg,

There shouldn't be more problems skipping 10.2 than going via 10.2. I would actually recommend going straight to 10.3.

You can find more answers here:  http://www.apple.com/macosx/upgrade/questions/howto.html

I hope this helps,

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Just confirming orangehead. It's best to start from a clean disk when doing a major OS update but yes, you can go from 10.1 to 10.3. It's not an update, its a whole new deal.
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Thank's. campbellcg
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