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OS 10.4 - OSX on OQO?!?!


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Hey i was thinking of buying one of the older OQO personal portable computers off eBay for like $500ish but it runs Windows and I am a STRICTLY non-windows user and wondering if its possible to boot/mod/hack it to run OS X ?!?!?! HELP!!!

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The short answer .... no. Is it against our forum rules to even discuss this ....Yes.
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Apparently you can run Linux on it (Ubuntu, I think) so if you don't want Windows you don't have to have it.
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The short answer .... ....Yes.

hmmm.....

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NO, it cannot be done.
If you don't want to run Windows, then you can run Linux in one of its many incarnations.

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