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    Macos X

    Does some one now if there is a way to obtain a free version of
    MacosX, or some trial of the operatin system..?

    xDrack

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    I don't know where to find it, but you can always try kazaa

    look for 'Mac OS X Trial' or evaluation.

    Maybe a CD IMAGE for the trial version.

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    Re: Macos X

    Originally posted here by XDrack
    Does some one now if there is a way to obtain a free version of
    MacosX, or some trial of the operatin system..?

    xDrack
    Unfortunitly you can't get a full version of osx..then again the only thing that will runn it is a mac, and the only macs that are powerfull enough to handle it come with osx. If you want to get something of a feel for whats under the hood you can get darwin which is the nuts and bolts side of osx, thats free to download, its open source and you can get it for any system. Aqua which is the GUI is closed source that Apple gaurds...and it wont run on anything but a new mac (ok it will run on G3's but you will hate it).

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    Yeha, that's wath i supoused.

    Thanks any way.

    xDrack

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    MacOS X runs on my G3 400mhz perfectly well, thank you. Though I expect the next generation to excede the capacities of this machine. Oh well.
    I used just Darwin before I had the cash to purchase my copy of OS X. It is a fascinating environment really. A lot different than Linux or BSD, but then very alike as well. It was a learning experience to say the least.

    Though, this really isn't the place to post this kind of question. This particular forum is for questions regarding AntiOnline, and its usage. I didn't realize where this thread was until I got back out to the main page..., oh well again...
    Dhej
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