#3
im pretty sure there is a way, i just wanna make sure the mobo is compatible, where are all the nerds?
#5
why would you want to do that?


people have gotten it to run but its been more of hack than anything else (apparantly the software license forbids you from running it on anything other than apple hardware)
#8
Kalyway

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#10
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And on topic, it can be done, but it's a real pain in the arse. Much easier to buy a Mac and run Windoze on it.

Yea, but then where would the fun be?

...modes and scales are still useless.


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Yea, but then where would the fun be?


Setting up virtual machines so you can run MacOSX, Windows and Linux (and yes, I know OSX is a form of linux) applications simultaneously with transparent integration to OSX.

/geek
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Setting up virtual machines so you can run MacOSX, Windows and Linux (and yes, I know OSX is a form of linux) applications simultaneously with transparent integration to OSX.

/geek

Touche.

However, I have a PC and I'm planning on setting up a quad boot very soon (Vista, XP, Linux, Leopard (Kalyway)).

Any tips?

...modes and scales are still useless.


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Touche.

However, I have a PC and I'm planning on setting up a quad boot very soon (Vista, XP, Linux, Leopard (Kalyway)).

Any tips?

why?

I dual booted once and ended up just using one OS 98% of the time
#14
If you use firewire audio, don't go for leopard yet. The audio dropouts and glitches will drive you crazy.


I'm running Tiger 10.4.11 on an iqon xp media centre pc, on an external usb drive. Works fine - it's really easy these days, literally as much as installing from boot, restart, download a few modded drivers to fix issues and you're done.
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why?

I dual booted once and ended up just using one OS 98% of the time

For fun.

I'm booting Vista and XP right now and I use both often for different purposes.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#16
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For fun.

I'm booting Vista and XP right now and I use both often for different purposes.


Vista - DX10 Games
XP - DX9 Games and downloads
MacOS - Sound / Graphic / Video manipulation
Linux - Porn (brings a new meaning to open source...)
#17
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Linux - Porn (brings a new meaning to open source...)



Right now, I'm using XP for music production and Vista for general use. No problems whatsoever but it's time to try something new.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#18
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Setting up virtual machines so you can run MacOSX, Windows and Linux (and yes, I know OSX is a form of unix) applications simultaneously with transparent integration to OSX.

/geek


Anyways, you can run OS X on intel motherboards, I've done it before. But check out the osx86 wiki page for all of the compatible hardware. I couldn't get my shit Broadcom Ethernet working, and there are no working drivers for my wireless intel 3945 chipset.

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Touche.

However, I have a PC and I'm planning on setting up a quad boot very soon (Vista, XP, Linux, Leopard (Kalyway)).

Any tips?


Use Vista's BCD bootloader to chainload XP, GRUB and Darwin using something like EasyBCD. Unless you know you're way around Linux and how to configure the bootloader, I recommend GRUB.
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