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Well I currently work at a full level CLEC in the state of Maine, but also have a business in Game Servers, now I love my macs, and my windows and my linux systems, but really there are no ports to run stable/fast game servers on a mac, when in fact I would love todo this.

Does anyone have any input on this? I would love to get some leads on this. See where if in fact I can go anywhere with it.

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