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 Angel--Fr@gzill@ on Fri 14th Apr 2006 18:48 UTC in reply to "What's a Mac?"
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Well, I understand your points..

Still there are some caracteristics tha make the Macs unique:

- Original and elegant hardware and software design.
- Ease of use and ergonomy
- The Mac OS X, that only runs in an Apple Mac machines (the PC intel hack is just a "hack" and too slow), that is a solid, nice, pretty and full features OS

Not to mention that, if you know a female that uses a Mac to work, or at home, and you tell her how good, nice, and easy this machine is, and how much better and secure than Windows, OSX is... And then you talk to her about how the 'Aqua' wallpaper match the color of her eyes, you have it almost done.. even without paying a dinner.

Does it not make the Macs-OS X great computers ?


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