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    Darwin 7.0.1 Install HowTo


    hi, i got a quick question,
    im sure most people are familiar with darwin,
    which is based off of FreeBSD, and uses a microkernel, and is basically the skeleton
    of Mac OS X,

    i was just wondering, does anyone know how to make the x86 installation work for darwin?
    the new cd is a hybrid both mac and pc so i was just wondering if anyone ever tried it out
    and if they got it to work
    how'd they make it work?

    you can get darwin for free from apple or linuxiso.org if you want to check it out as well.
    but ya anyone know?

    any help would be seriously appreciated. i just want to check it out and see what's darwin's like thats all,
    and yes this isnt GNU Darwin which is based on an older Darwin...

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    You could start here :
    http://opendarwin.org/
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