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OpenDarwin 7.2.1


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I know this is a Old Thing but i Cant Find this on Google or even the Green Demon, MiniNova doesnt bring anything up so its got to be hard to find anyone know where to get it? im hoping for 7.2 at least but anything works
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Wikipedia. Look up OpenDarwin. Last remaining ISO for 7.2.

Or, you could download darwin 7 or 8 ISOs at Apple's site. The source for Darwin 8.1 and higher is also available.

Both totally legit and free.

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Wikipedia. Look up OpenDarwin. Last remaining ISO for 7.2.

Or, you could download darwin 7 or 8 ISOs at Apple's site. The source for Darwin 8.1 and higher is also available.

Both totally legit and free.


There is a binary release of Darwin 8.01 that installs & works fine.
Before the downfall of opendarwin, there was an update script that took it to 8.1, but I can't find that any more..
any solution for updating the 8.01 install would be useful, I have been unable to find anything of the sort.

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see what i want is to run opendarwin and see how it works

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try gnu/darwin perhaps? it's a bit old now, but includes X11 etc... http://www.gnu-darwin.org/

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I guess if you have the time, you can always build the latest Darwin release from Apple.

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Does anything built off darwin come close to OS X in like the dock or interface. maybe even the file support, is there even such think like a open OS X?

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Darwin has no interface by default, you'd have to get one like GNOME or KDE, with MacPorts





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