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14.Apr.2001
Christoph Meier on ANF


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)

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