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What is Rossetta?


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What is Rossetta?

i had hear it alot , but i dont know what it is :)

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Go watch steve job's keynote at wwdc'05.

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Well....The number one rule for any forum or site, is before asking questions...search!!
But because your new....

OSx86 Wiki - FAQ
OSx86 Wiki - Knowledge Base - TPM

Read up on all the stuff on trusted computing/TPM etc. It will give you a good idea on what Rosetta and it's counrerparts are all about.

And please, please, please learn how to search!!! The next person you meet may not be so nice as me. :(

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I know IPB has a "Welcome Letter" hack so when you register, you get a PM with all the goodies and links. :)

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Rosetta is a powerpc-to-intel dynamic translator. In english, this is a thing that will allow you to run old applications on an Intel mac before the author has a chance to port them over.





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