Linked by Andrew Youll on Sun 7th Aug 2005 15:36 UTC, submitted by heron
Mac OS X According to the guys at www.osx86.classicbeta.com, some intrepid individuals have been able to get OS X running on generic hardware. There is a full explaination and some details on the site.
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RE[8]: LOL
by _dev_null on Mon 8th Aug 2005 04:13 UTC in reply to "RE[7]: LOL"
_dev_null
Member since:
2005-08-02

Bose sells the exact same speakers with thier complete system seperatley... So sorry wrong analogy again..

Apple sells the exact same OSX with a complete system separately, and you can go and buy just a boxed set of OSX Tiger alone without any hardware. Does Apple request a hardware serial number every time you buy a boxed set of OSX?

How old are you, because your arguments are just childish to say the least.

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RE[9]: LOL
by Arun on Mon 8th Aug 2005 07:05 in reply to "RE[8]: LOL"
Arun Member since:
2005-07-07

Apple sells the exact same OSX with a complete system separately, and you can go and buy just a boxed set of OSX Tiger alone without any hardware. Does Apple request a hardware serial number every time you buy a boxed set of OSX?

Did you see me argue for or against Apple? NO. How did you conculde what my position was?


How old are you, because your arguments are just childish to say the least.

Shows how mature you are... no mature person would assume what someones opinion is even though they didn't state it!

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