Linked by Amjith Ramanujam on Tue 15th Jul 2008 17:45 UTC, submitted by Thom_Holwerda
Legal Apple has filed a suit (more details) on July 3rd against Psystar in the northern district of California. Psystar dubbed its cheap Mac Clone as Open Computer and started shipping them around April of this year.
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RE[5]: Comment by satan666
by DREVILl30564 on Wed 16th Jul 2008 15:19 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Comment by satan666"
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2008-04-18

a while back I had emailed Pystar about purchasing a "barebone" version of their current $399 open computer. I advised that I already had a licensed legal copy of leopard and that I would use my own method for installing it. instead of responding sure and quoting me a price for a barebone system with just a case power supply and motherboard they made a point to advise that they didn't sell parts and that they wouldn't advise on parts for setting up a system with leopard.

maybe now the owner of pystar will realize that if he is willing to do that, and avoid installing software he can make a profit without violating any EULA agreements,etc. Afterall there is nothing wrong with stating that your equipment is macOS compatible if you don't install their software.

Am I right on my thinking for this?

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