OSX on Pc


Mac’s use the same hardware as PC’s. Theirs nothing different about the hardware that Mac uses. People out there think that a Mac is better than OSX on Pc well that is certainly isn’t true. A ‘Hackintosh’ can just be as fast or even faster than a Mac. Take a Look while watching the video above.

10.5.4 is out for Mac’s and OSx86’ers


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The new update is out, and as predicted before July 11th. Update on Mac as usual through Software Update and same on a Hackintosh! Yes thats right!, update this as you would on a real Mac. Just BACKUP your KEXTs! that you need. No signs yet of Mobile Me on here. Tell me us in the comments if you find anything new. 😉

Here is a list of the main fixes in the release:

-Includes recent Apple security updates.
-Resolves an issue with saving and reopening Adobe Creative Suite 3 files on a remote server.
-Includes additional RAW image support for several cameras.
-Addresses an issue that may result in a partially installed X11 application.
-Improves L2TP VPN client reliability.
-Addresses AirPort reliability issues with 5GHz networks.
-Addresses AirPort issues that may result in slower performance in Logic Studio or MainStage.
-Addresses a potential performance issue when loading secure web pages.
-Resolves issues that may be encountered when accessing secure web pages with client certificates that reside on a smart card.
-Addresses an issue in which switching from a space with a Finder window keeps the Finder as the active application instead of the application residing in the destination space.
-Fixes an issue in which dragging an application from the list of application assignments in Spaces System
-Preferences does not assign the application to the desired space.
-Resolves an Exposé issue that may result in only a subset of windows being shown.

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About This Mac

Hackintosh Going Commercial?

Well, I have been using a Hackintosh for quite awhile and seems like the company Psystar, they’re going commercial, by having to types of models the Open Computer(used to be named Open Mac) like the Mac Mini and the Open Pro, like the Mac Pro.

Here is what they have to say about their products.

Open Computer: The Smart Alternative to an Apple
Why spend $1999 to get the least expensive Apple computer with a decent video card when you can pay less than a fourth of that for an equivalent sleek and small form-factor desktop with the same hardware. Sometimes reinventing the wheel is a good thing. The Open Computer can work for new Mac users and Mac geniuses, alike.

New to Mac: I Want a Mac
You don’t need to spend an arm and a leg to get the full OS X Leopard experience. Apple’s Mac Mini is completely stripped and still expensive. Why would you want a stripped-down computer, anyway? You asked for a good and inexpensive computer that can run OS X and we answered with the Open Computer which is
less expensive than even the cheapest Apple computer out now faster than most Apple computers out now
running arguably the best operating system available ready to run out of the box when you purchase it with Leopard included. If you buy Leopard with your Open Computer we’ll install it for free.

Experts and Geniuses: I Want a Hackintosh
This is a great opportunity for the experienced user. With the Open Computer you can run a Vanilla kernel for the genuine Leopard experience get under the hood and really see what makes OS X tick run Mac Pro equivalent hardware at Mac Mini prices develop device drivers and applications specific to OSx86

Prystar Corps: Open Computer (OpenMac)

From Pc to Hackintosh

dual screensTo start off this article, you should know a little bit about my Mac background. About a year ago I had never used Mac OS X in my life. Back then I never even saw a Mac computer in real life. Sure, I knew what they looked like, and I saw demos of OS X during Steve Jobs’ keynotes, but I had never used a Mac. Although I had never used a Mac, I was still Mac-curious. Being an iPod and iTunes user, I was already familiar with the design and functionality of Apple, and being fed up with Windows at the time, I looked toward Mac OS. There was one problem, though. Macs were expensive, I had a limited budget, and I wasn’t going to spend everything I had to buy a computer I had never even used.

Then Steve Jobs revealed the future of Macs at WWDC 2005. Macs were going to be running on Intel. That announcement instantly got my head spinning. Maybe I could run Mac OS X on my current PC? Then, I asked a few of my friends then I ran along into superjunaid who I asked if it could he said “YES” amazed in shock I was quite actually a happy man. I apparently wasn’t alone. Since there was a number of people who wanted OS X on generic hardware, fake copies started spreading around. After several fake copies, a real leak was finally released, and thus began my journey into OSx86.

I First went with the release of JAS 10.4.8 Amd which was basically taken off the idea of PPC, Those people who started this have the most fascinating brains. I first installed with no idea just everything all at once gave me a kernel panic, I asked super(man)junaid what’s up with this, he directed me to the right way. Things got a little fishy after that I was using my onboard nVidia 6100 GPU and it completely sucked no accelerated graphics. I then didn’t know what all this meant and went ahead and installed iMovie ’06 had know clue what it was but heard it was the easiest most advanced editing software ever out there. I installed imported the video whatever parts with no lagging or any such. I tried editing it but iMovie wouldn’t allow it then I went into my system profile and “QE” and “CI” wasn’t supposably supported so I screwed this only had Mac installed didn’t and sort of dual booting and left it and I actually bought a copy of Vista for I don’t know what I was thinking. Then I saw the latest iMovie which was indeed amazing, and made me want to go back so I later caught back up with superman and told me some advice of supported video cards. I bought one which is the PNY nVidia 7300GT which is excellent and later found out this was a card in the Mac Pro.

I installed and finally found out how to dual boot as I did. I made a partition and was on my way as I was ready to reformat my disk with Disk Utility and I was about to reformat it would hang at “Loading Hard Drives” and at that point I was scared. Then, I downloaded Tubgirl 10.4.10 Tiger Build which was the newest one and I tried reformatting it through their and gave the same BS. I later found out what it was with the help superjunaid it was a STUPID SD card in my pc. So I got it to install with full QE/CI Support and it was excellent I later found out that Leopard was coming out a month later and was interested in that. I coudn’t get it at the time because it wasn’t supported for AMD and then magic happened.

I found out about a build with AMD and 10.5.1! I wanted to waited it out to see if it worked then I was just using Tiger and I was one monitor and wanted to take full advantage. I did i got the .kext (which are like .ini files for p.c..) and got dual monitors working. I then heard allot of people had success and I tried first I downloaded macDrive(can view you mac files on windows) for windows just incase Installed it and loaded up first time kernel panic(OS failure) found I had to delete some kext as I did it worked. With no drivers booting VGA mode and I soon got the video Drivers I got Dual Monitors and QE, QE2D,QEGL, and CI. My sound worked everything, just had to do a little tweaks and bam It finally works.

As, I am in Leopard while i am typing this and its great soon I will install Linux and see anything good on that, if you want to know about Linux an0malistic is the guy for you.