"Apple watchers are excited by the prospect that Apple could use
the cross-platform Darwin to build future versions of the MacOS
capable of running on cheap Intel-based machines instead of pricey
"The speculation has been fueled by Mac enthusiasts in
discussion groups on the Net, who claim that Apple is talking to
PC-makers about licensing MacOS X."
""Apple has been trying for years to do a MacOS version for
Windows, but the old MacOS code was too difficult to port over,"
said Jeff Carr, president of LinuxPPC, which is developing a
variant of Linux for the Mac. "It is going to be interesting to see
if they actually port the Mac OS over.""
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