I don't see how either could be illegal. Apple can't control whats done with their products once its no longer in their possession. Unlike software, hardware is actually bought (not just a license), and emulators are definiltey legal, since you'd still need a legal copy of the OS to make them run.Originally posted by edvniow
Oh wait, are you talking about selling Macs with Linux preinstalled, or the emulator that can run OSX?
Apple also authorized another Linux reseller.TerraSoft Solutions, last month. Like QliTech, TerraSoft sells Macs with both Mac OS X and Linux, though TerraSoft uses its own Yellow Dog Linux distribution
huh wha bout me? lolOriginally posted by G5orbust
sweet, that must run like uber sophisticatedly cuz linux is very fast when couplked with fast processors. But the real authority on this subject is SilvorX. ask him about this.