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Old 17-05-2004, 09:01 PM   #1
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Default Need help finding a Mac bootcd for windows!!

Kinda like how a knoppix bootcd has you run linux on windows...
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Old 18-05-2004, 10:47 AM   #2
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Default Re: Need help finding a Mac bootcd for windows!!

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Kinda like how a knoppix bootcd has you run linux on windows...
Apple.com

I assume you're gonna try PearPC?
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Old 18-05-2004, 01:11 PM   #3
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I have no clue what pearpc is but I will check it out. Also there is no bootcd like knoppix for Mac at apple.com
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Old 18-05-2004, 04:21 PM   #4
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Here is the link to the PearPC project site on SourceForge:

http://pearpc.sourceforge.net/

It's only a 0.1 release, so it's probably going to suck majorly.
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Whhhhooooooaaaaaa! Bloody hell! So what you're basically saying is I can run Max OX X... on my Win XP machine?!!! F*** me!!! LMAO! I have a friend who's a diehard Mac user and I'm sure it might get me back in his good graces when I tell him I'd be using the Mac OS software on my Winblows PC (putrid crap as he'd call it). Thanks for the links, guys! When they get it working a bit better, I'll give it a try. BTW, what can you do with OS X anywho? I'm so far behind on Mac technology and software, it's sad.

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I hate mac... srry had to post my opinion lol
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OS X is just another operating system. You can run pretty much the same apps as Windows (with some differences of course). I personally prefer OS X to XP. Others will have different opinions. In general, either platform will get the job done. It boils down to which specific software you need for your work. I use my Mac for just about everything, including working in Maya. The only reason I even own a Windows machine is to run 3DS Max (which is Windows-only) for my freelance work.
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