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Mac v 10.5 Server os on an AMD PC


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j. jefferson

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...Is there a non complex way of being able to run Mac v.10.5 server os on an amd pc? Is there also a way of being able to run the Mac client on a pc? Thanks, joe.
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Unfortunately, there is no legit way to run OSX on anything other than Apple hardware. There are hacks, and maybe illegal and is not supported by Apple.

Edited by Gravity Gripp, 31 December 2007 - 12:57 AM.

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Yeah, lol. It's possible; I've done it a few times to experiment with it. However, doing so defies the EULA and is probably illegal, even if you do have a legit copy.

Also, you will certainly run into driver problems because of OSX's laughably simple hardware detection kernel module. Just go with a linux server OS; it'll be cheaper and easier, and it'll probably run better with lower maintainance as well.

Unfortunately, there is no legit way to run OSX on anything other than Apple hardware. There are hacks, and maybe illegal and is not supported by Apple.


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