29 October 2007 @ 10:38Leopard Hacked To Run On Non-Apple Hardware

The OSx86 Scene has posted a tutorial detailing how to get Leopard running on an Intel PC. Some things, such as wireless networking, may not work on your non-Apple hardware.

The legality of this is questionable. It is certain that the distribution of the hacked installer disc is illegal, but simply hacking your own retail copy of Leopard may or may not violate Apple’s terms and conditions.

Until the network driver issues are resolved, Leopard on non-Apple hardware will be useless to most people.

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