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Just a note, you only need XPostFacto if you're trying to install 10.3
on a beige. 10.2 is supported on beige G3s, but those machines can be
finicky. The only problems I've ever had with installing 10.2 with my
beige G3 (which has been upgraded a bunch with video cards, new RAM, new
BIOS chip, new CPU, etc) was trying to get the CD to startup as the boot
device. But that was right when 10.2 came out. Ever since then,
booting up with the 10.2 install disc works every time. Other people
have to pull out PCI cards, put the stock RAM back in, sacrifice
chickens, pray to the OS X gods, etc.
I have both 10.2.8 and 10.3.5 installed (both within the 8 GB limit on a
60+ GB HD) and I would definitely do what you can to get 10.3 installed.
The GUI is much more responsive.