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|Golem: Apple brings Darwin to x86 CPUs, too|
»Foundation of MacOS X now also as a x86 Version
With version 1.3.1 Apple now puts a new version of Darwin online, the MacOS X core. With this for the first time an official ISO image for x86 systems exists. The Darwin core bases on FreeBSD and Mach 3.0 technologies and offers "protected memory" and "pre-emptive multitasking". Darwin runs on PowerPC based Macintosh machines as well as on x86 compatibles. «
Complete article (German) under the title link.
Apparently Apple has recognized that almost everybody has an x86 at home and offer their OS for them. (unk) (Translation: unk)
[News message: 14. Apr. 2001, 21:56] [Comments: 0]
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