"What if Apple computer and the Darwin project no longer had to
worry about the thousands of different versions of hardware
combinations available on the Intel compatible architecture? Apple
would be able to produce Darwin specifications much faster than
otherwise. Also, only a few generic drivers would have to be
written. Here is my plan:
Linux as the base operating System. Xfree86 as display
"It's plain and simple really. Vmware takes care of all of the
compatibility details, either by using open-source drivers, or
virtual hardware emulation (like virtual soundcards, video etc.)
Once the underlying Linux platform supports the audio and video,
Darwin would also."
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