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OSX on the EEE


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It can boot from an SD card, I've done that exact same thing on my desktop machine (in the absence of a supported HDD controller). It can be a tad slow but it works just fine. 4GB is enough for Tiger, 8GB for Leopard. Really though, I wouldn't say it's worth putting it on an eee purely because there are many issues with drivers and even with the core of the OS itself, timing issues cause slowdown in the UI animations and some of the hardware is unsupported. I guess it's fun for a laugh, I've been tempted myself but for the time and effort it would take I just don't see it as worth it.

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Would take ages to boot up from a SD.

If I had an external CD drive I would try Kalyway on mine :)

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