Linked by Anton Klotz on Fri 25th Jan 2008 13:14 UTC
Mac OS X This article is about new aspects of the never-ending story of how Apple is protecting MacOS X for running on different hardware than Apple's. The keyword is virtualization, which allows running unmodified version of Mac OS X as virtualized instance.
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by alucinor on Fri 25th Jan 2008 22:02 UTC
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It may not be completely open source, but the kernel (Darwin) is, the browser renderer (WebKit) is, and the file formats are generally open (except for Quicktime and iTunes), it conforms to standard UNIX protocols, and doesn't try to garble up network protocols, even internet-related ones, as Windows is want to do.

Let Mac be Mac, let Linux be Linux, let Windows be Windows, and may the best approach win.

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