Thread: Compiling Darwin
11-12-2007, 03:33 AM #1
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- Jan 04, 2007
- Wenatchee, WA
- Green iMac G3, 512MB RAM, 40GB, 450MHz, DVD-Rom ; iBook G3 800Mhz, 384MB RAM, DVD-R/W, Airport Card
Is it possible to recompile a customized the Darwin Kernel (or however it's called)? I just recompiled a Debian Kernel and realized how much junk I don't use and thought the same for OS X.
I know it's made for the hardware arleady but I'm sure if I removed some stuff I could squeeze a little more out of my iBook. I'm sure there's newer things installed that this mac doesn't have or something.
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