hmmm well with the hackentosh thing they are using legal coppies of linux macos 
and windows, however its really all legal just on a modified netbook.
It does have their limitations though.
At 05:09 p.m. 4/07/2009, you wrote:
>Not only that, but I'd hate to get caught with one of those hacks by the folks 
>who matter. I know Microsoft builds what for want of a better word I'll call a 
>backdoor into their programs, which allows them to tell if they've been 
>tampered with in any way. I came very close to getting into trouble with this 
>a few years ago before I started college here in Idaho. I needed Microsoft 
>Office 2003, but the version on my laptop was just a trial. My former neighbor 
>at the time had a daughter whose boyfriend offered to let me use a copy of the 
>program he'd bought. Problem was that it had already been installed on the 
>allowed three computers. I held the CD in hand and was tempted, but on 
>reflection I decided it wasn't worth the risk of getting caught and, at the 
>very least having to pay a heavy fine I actually couldn't afford or spending 
>time in prison. I imagine it's much the same with these Hackentosh netbooks.
>No pizza. Only Khlav Kalash.
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>>Hi Shaun,
>>The problem with the so-called Hackentosh Netbooks is they are just hacks. 
>>I've seen all kinds of hacks out there that try to emulate Mac OS X on 
>>standard PC hardware, but they are all flawed in some way.
>>For example, there is suppose to be a hacked Mac OS Leopard image ffloating 
>>around on the internet that you can extract to an empty hard drive on your 
>>PC, reboot, and run Mac OS X Leopard on various desktops and laptops from HP, 
>>Compaq, Del, etc. However, it is very problematic. In some cases I've heard 
>>it runs fine, but in a lot of cases it won't even boot, or it gets to the 
>>startup screen and crashes.
>>Anyway, the point is I think if a person wants to go Mac it is a good idea to 
>>actually own a Mac. It is much easier to run Windows on a Mac using Boot Camp 
>>than it is to run Mac OS on a Windows PC using PearPC or other emulation 
>>software.
>>
>>
>>shaun everiss wrote:
>>>hmm what about trying to invest in a hackentosh I know you can make them 
>>>with a netbook, and I know they exist.
>>
>>
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