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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?