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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
Comment 8Don Cox08-Sep-2002 19:23 GMT
Mac On Linux can run MACOS X : Comment 9 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Kronos on 08-Sep-2002 19:47 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Don Cox):
>How long before Apple set up the Mac hardware
>as a dongle for their OS?
So long until they see A1/Pegasos as a threat or till hell freezes over !
They tried that when the killed the clones, and normally OSX can only be
run on newer Mac by Apple themselfes. Darwin is open-source and that makes
it a bit harder for Apple, and aslong as it is only patched to a few
clones (both official and unofficial ones) and doesn't really hurt their
sales...
G3s are no threat, and I doubt OSX would be much fun on them, but if bPlan
or Eyetech/MAI manage to get uptodate G4s with a competetiv price out, and
sell them in large number (>10k) to Mac-users ..... nah won't happen ;-(
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Comment 14Christophe Decanini09-Sep-2002 13:16 GMT
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Comment 17Christophe Decanini11-Sep-2002 23:03 GMT
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