Oops.  Looks like the URL changed.  It is:  http://opensource.apple.com/

-james



On Apr 27, 2006, at 3:47 PM, James Riendeau wrote:

Why? Mac OS X has a complete unix freebsd-like core called darwin ( http://www.darwin.org ). There's no reason to install freebsd on it. Just install Mac Developer Tools (included in the Applications folder), compile your favorite progs and go.

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On Apr 27, 2006, at 3:03 PM, Mark Edwards wrote:

Does anyone know if the Intel Macs can boot and install FreeBSD, now that the firmware includes BIOS compatibility? Has anyone seen it happen?

I'm thinking of using a Mac Mini as a quiet living-room server. Thanks!

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Mark Edwards


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