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[News] Mac On Linux can run MACOS XANN.lu
Posted on 08-Sep-2002 16:05 GMT by Christophe Decanini17 comments
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Here are news from the MOL website. It means that we will be able to run MACOS X (over linux) on the AmigaOne or Pegasos. It strengthens these platforms that can run AmigaOS or MorphOS, various versions of Linux, various BSD OS and MACOS X.
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Comment 1kamelito08-Sep-2002 15:15 GMT
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Comment 3Christophe Decanini08-Sep-2002 16:04 GMT
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Comment 10Joe "Floid" Kanowitz09-Sep-2002 03:12 GMT
Mac On Linux can run MACOS X : Comment 11 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Ole-Egil on 09-Sep-2002 03:46 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (Joe "Floid" Kanowitz):
I've got MOL installed, but haven't got a Mac partition to test it with. And for some reason it just wasn't much of a priority. I have a PPC mac in Trondheim I could grab a copy of the disk from, but since I haven't had time to go there for a while, and won't be visiting there until almost 3 weeks from now...
But since it works under Linux why bother? There's so many reasons to keep a Linux partition around ;-) (I do almost 100% of my work under Linux here. Got XP installed, but have only ever booted it up to play with an install CD for a gigabit switch once. Turned out I could have stayed in Linux, really ;-))
#12 Don Cox
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