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N900 can run Mac Osx 10
 
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Is this a question? Or a statement? Or something else?
 

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yes it can, but at about 2fps, so its unusable.
 
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The X in OSX is 10 already, by the way
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learn your latin, X is 10
 
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Originally Posted by flipalong View Post
yes it can, but at about 2fps, so its unusable.
That's the first time I've seen performance of an operating system measured in frames per second
 
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That's the first time I've seen performance of an operating system measured in frames per second
I think he means 2 failures per second
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OS8, 9, X? that's not a roman numeral, that's steve hand jobs being bent!

OS X (snow) is refered to as OS X v10.6.xx

So OS 10 10.6.xx???
I think not!

The X denotes the change to a UNIX file system.

Though if you type 'say OS X' into terminal, it does say OS 10, but I maintain that is just steve the bender, and apple's strange draconian style.
 
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Hasn't MacOS always been Unix-based?
But just take it.. the X stands for 10
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Originally Posted by Berserk View Post
Hasn't MacOS always been Unix-based?
But just take it.. the X stands for 10
Nope before 'X' it was MFS and HFS.
 

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