Unique guide to installing Apple's Mac OS X software on non-Apple hardware
If you've always wished you could install Apple's rock solid Mac OS X on your non-Apple notebook, budget PC, or power-tower PC, wish no more. Yes, you can, and this intriguing book shows you exactly how. Walk through these step-by-step instructions, and you'll end up knowing more about Apple's celebrated OS than many of the most devoted Mac fans. You'll learn to build OS X-ready machines, as well as how to install, use, and program OS X.
- Now that Apple computers are based on the Intel platform, the same as most PCs, rogue developers in droves are installing Mac OS X on PCs, including those based on the AMD and Atom processors; this is the first book to show how to create an OSx86 machine running OS X
- Provides step-by-step instruction on the installation, use, and programming of OS X on your existing computer, as well as how to build OS X-ready machines
- Helps you avoid pitfalls and common problems associated with running Apple software on PC hardware
- Offers numerous practical hints, tips, and illustrations
Create your own Hackintosh with this essential guide.
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About the Author
Peter Baldwin has been programming since the days of punchcards. He has worked with dozens of programming languages and has written user manuals, developed training courses, and taught computer classes. He uses Leopard on a netbook and on a desktop computer he assembled himself.