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Anyone any ideas on how to install mac on linux? Ive followed there instructions but i cant seem to get it to work. Im using simply mepis and am hoping to use install mac osx. Just out of interest is mac on linux any good? Ive used pear pc but its painfull slow.
OKay.. MAC OSX is an operating system, just like linux and windows xp for instance. What you are asking is how to install windows xp/Mac osx on linux? Your question doesnt make any sense to me. It is not possible to install Mac on linux.
Yes thats right,but apparantly mac on linux only works on a mac not a PC. It doesnt emulate anything. Does anyone know how I can run the odd mac app on linux? Peer pc is a joke, It took the best part of 6 hrs to install