[clug] Off topic: OS/X USB boot device for 'normal' PC'S

Ian darkstarsword at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 01:42:04 GMT 2008

Hmmm interesting... Doesn't this breach Apple's license agreement
somehow (though I don't feel like reading the fine print now to
I know the license in the latest server edition permits it to be
virtualised (not that many virtualisation packages can actually
virtualise it), but other than that I didn't think it was permitted to
run it on anything that wasn't made out of Apple's white plastic soap.


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heard from far overhead, the moon will not merely turn blue but
develop polkadots, and hell will freeze over so solid the brimstone
will go superconductive.
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