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    Post Phrack 63

    Well, its here -

    http://www.phrack.org/show.php?p=63

    Much awaited and the last one apparently! thought I'd try and be the first to post this - i've been waiting all month for it to be released, and luckily its as technical as ever - yay!

    enjoy

    i2c

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    Their's a lot of information in Phrack 63. Excellent IMO. I have been looking forward it to checking the site frequently just to see when they are going to post it.

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    hi, i download the phrack 63 container. And seeing very interesting the article "Overview of the Apple OS X userland heap implementation ". Recently i obtain the MAC OS X binaries provided for a MAC tester who hijack that codes and post on the web. For a simple and basic idea: Implement that binaries over darwing system (x86) and run mac os x on INTEL platform. This article maybe contain a usefull information for continue myself implementing that OS on INTEL based motherboard (i don't need explain this).


    Thank you for post this link, i don't know if this is usefull for me.


    Az

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    Effectivly you want an emulator then? MAC osx is run on power PC with RISC instruction set - this makes it grossly different from the x86 in many ways - I hope your a hell of a good programmer and the computer your trying to emulate this on its very very fast...

    i2c

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    Hi i2c

    Originally posted here by i2c
    Effectivly you want an emulator then? MAC osx is run on power PC with RISC instruction set - this makes it grossly different from the x86 in many ways - I hope your a hell of a good programmer and the computer your trying to emulate this on its very very fast...

    i2c

    Theorically it is possible, using darwing distro. for x86 and yes it's needet a very fast machine configuration. eg P4. The RISC instruction set is the most difficul change, but, have the binaries codes for a mac certified tester, it's more easly.

    I hope your a hell of a good programmer and the computer
    he he, yes, i waiting the hell with this issue.

    Thank you for observation.

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