Run Mac OS X on an Eee PC
Feel like stepping beyond the limits of Apple hardware? Want a Mac netbook for under $650? How about an EeePC running Mac OS X?
At least part of the appeal of the dimunitive EeePC netbook is its hackability — from Linux to Vista, intrepid hackers have figured out how to run just about everything on the EeePC.
In fact, this tutorial was written on a Mac OS X-powered EeePC.
While many would question why you’d want to go to the trouble of installing OS X when there are many Windows and Linux distributions available out of the box? Maybe you’re looking for a challenge. Installing OS X on non-Apple hardware provides plenty of chances to flex those (very metaphorical) geek muscles.
Feeling adventurous? Let’s start hacking.
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Tech September 19th, 2008
This guide can help you with the installation of Mac OS X on a Windows PC.
DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT ENDORSING THE BREAKING OF COPYRIGHT LAWS AND I WRITE THIS SOLELY FOR THE PURPOSE OF EDUCATION. I DO NOT WRITE THIS TO BE FOLLOWED IN ANY WAY I ALSO DO NOT IN ANY WAY TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY TO WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO YOUR COMPUTER IF YOU DECIDE TO TAKE ILLEGAL ACTIONS BY FOLLOWING THE STEPS I HAVE PROVIDED.
Its original guide can be found here