Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 14th Apr 2006 04:45 UTC, submitted by dbprice
Sun Solaris, OpenSolaris Community contributor Jürgen Keil and Sun engineer Jan Setje-Eilers have been working together to get OpenSolaris based operating systems to work under Apple's BootCamp. Today Jan announced that he had successfully installed and booted build 36 of Solaris Nevada (plus some hacks). A series of bugfixes to make OpenSolaris distributions "just work" have been identified.
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RE: What's a Mac?
by fepede on Fri 14th Apr 2006 15:53 UTC in reply to "What's a Mac?"
fepede
Member since:
2005-11-14

I'm not making complaints. Just observations. So what makes these machines unique now-a-days? With what are we able to still call these machines "Macs"?

Good quality hardware that have also the added value to be able to run OS X.

(Not to mention the good design quality, especially important on notebook)

That's a Mac nowadays.

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RE[2]: What's a Mac?
by Emil on Fri 14th Apr 2006 17:40 in reply to "RE: What's a Mac?"
Emil Member since:
2005-06-29

''Good quality hardware''

You have misspelled "off the shelf".

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RE[3]: What's a Mac?
by Emil on Fri 14th Apr 2006 23:08 in reply to "RE[2]: What's a Mac?"
Emil Member since:
2005-06-29

Modding down, eh? So maybe you can name this superb HW not seen in normal x86 HW, OK?

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RE[3]: What's a Mac?
by Fuji257 on Sat 15th Apr 2006 03:31 in reply to "RE[2]: What's a Mac?"
Fuji257 Member since:
2006-01-24

>> ''Good quality hardware''

>> You have misspelled "off the shelf".

Dude, I COMPLETELY 110% DO NOT agree with what your little joke implies.

But, its damn funny anyways. Mountain Dew right out the nose and everything . . .

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