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Re: Intel Macs & Linux



On Sat, 2006-13-05 at 13:52 -0400, Steven Pasternak wrote:
> Hi! I know that iTunes and Quicktime (among others) are popular software 
> from Apple that they refuse to release for linux. Before, we had to 
> depend on wine and the windblows edition of each to have them under 
> linux. Since now Apple OSX (and iTunes and Quicktime) are going to be 
> built under the x86 architecture, wouldn't it be possible to port them 
> to Linux? OSX is really just FreeBSD with some changes; it is even built 
> with GCC. I know that FreeBSD has linux support, can't linux have 
> FreeBSD/OSX-x86 support? Thanks!
> -Steven
You can install and run X applications on OSX, and using Parallels on
an Intel iMac You may be able to run Linux and OSX concurrently, we 
have a couple Intel iMacs at work and have Win XP running concurrently.
If you have 2GB of ram both sessions work quite well.

Good Luck.


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