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    Darwin and apps


    I know the openDarwin-Darwin thing has been discussed a bit before, But I could not find an actual answer regarding Darwin vs. openDarwin. Is it possible to even run any programs on Darwin? The reason specifically that I ask is that macs have great low-latency for music. I'd like to play around with this aspect, but If I can't run any programs on it I am going to cease my investigation. I assume I can't but I just wanted to confirm. It could be fun to play with, if there is something to play with.
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    According to this site (OpenDarwin Project), they're still kind of in the formative stages, so I don't think they have anything you can really use yet. *shrug*
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