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I'm kind-of-ish starting a project on writing/compiling/whatever-you-want-to-call-it a Linux 'distro' that sets aside hard disk space and installs an Operating system in that space. At the same time, the drivers the guest-OS uses would be the same for every computer the Linux OS ran on, and I chose Linux because of its versatility and its ability to use very little CPU time, as well as the many drivers that are available for it.

I thought asking here might be a good start, as one of the main operating systems I'd like to try on it is Mac OS X. Another thing I was considering is making it a LiveCD, and have it be able to simply read the data already on the hard drives and run two OS'es side by side.

Any thoughts....?





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