I run Mac OS X "Tiger" on my PC with PearPC. It's litle tricky to install and runs slow on a 3GHz P4, 1GB mem, my Mac mini is much faster...
That would be awesome.Originally Posted by 0l33l
I tried PearPC... It's not really appealing for anyone who actually wants a useful OS X environment. I applaud the writiers efforts though. I picked up a B&W G3 a while ago for fun off ebay. It acually runs OS X (panther) pretty well.Originally Posted by Jeep
I just run XP Pro with a Mac OSX U/I..
I Do Look at post #4 that's a screen shot of the PC I'm using now.Originally Posted by Don 944 LA
But if you've used the real deal OS X you know it's really nothing like it. Plus all those 3rd party apps to emulate the UI really hog up resources.
Yeah, I like your Task list " Invent Next big thing "Originally Posted by ppgt94
look at the CPU & Ram meters, system not bogged down at all.
OH, here's the car screen ( most of the crap does not show )
i'm using stardock as well
they got good proggies
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SUPER 7" VGA w/ TS
Toshiba Satellite 3000
Orinoco 802.11b PCMCIA
nlite WinXP 350MB installed
Holux GM210 GPS
Xantrex Xpower 300
Rise from your grave thread! A classmate in my UNIX admin class got ahold of the intel based OSX and installed it on one of the lab machines. Its real. It works. Ive seen it in action. It will not work with SATA drives. We could only get her to fire on an IDE drive. Ran quite well, don't know about the driver support though. We only played with it for a few hours before the lab machine was running BSD again. . .