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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
Comment 2corpse08-Sep-2002 15:41 GMT
Comment 3Christophe Decanini08-Sep-2002 16:04 GMT
Comment 4Don Cox08-Sep-2002 16:06 GMT
Comment 5Christophe Decanini08-Sep-2002 16:07 GMT
Comment 6Joe "Floid" Kanowitz08-Sep-2002 18:40 GMT
Comment 7coldfire08-Sep-2002 19:16 GMT
Mac On Linux can run MACOS X : Comment 8 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 08-Sep-2002 19:23 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Joe "Floid" Kanowitz):
No, not being sarcastic. I haven`t touched Linux for over a year, and
I know nothing at all about Mac-on-Linux. I was wondering if it would
work (if ported) in the same way as EMPLANT and Fusion - the Mac
running as one screen amongst the other Amiga screens.
With Fusion, the Mac virtual hard drive can be mounted as an Amiga
drive, and accessed through DOpus etc. Would that apply to a ported
Mac-on-Linux?
How long before Apple set up the Mac hardware as a dongle for their
OS?
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