OK, so it seems that many of you already had success installing Mavericks on a hack, and the list of supported machines also indicates that everything that can run ML can also run Mavericks, but ...
will that still be true for the future, especially for a hackintosh?
I am on the verge of jumping into the cold water and want to build myself one, bc Apple does not seem to be able to offer me the hardware I need. But of course, I also want my "hack" to be future proof, and one of the worst things I can imagine is to be locked out of future OS updates.
One point that worries me is that Apple seems to use more and more proprietary hardware (especially for the new "Mac Pro"), but it was this article that almost scares me and makes me feel a bit uneasy about the future of hacks in general: http://pikeralpha.wo...10-9-mavericks/
In short, the poster claims that: "The /System directory will be locked in the near future and kext in /Library/Extensions must be signed. But more importantly. Kext editing (plists and bin files) will simply be impossible"
So, what's your take on this? Do you think this could become a real problem, or nothing to worry about?