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About Kerrick

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  1. I've got a computer I recently built and I'd like to try running OS X Leopard on it. The specs are here and I've got this WiFi card too. I've installed operating systems such as Vista, Windows 7, Ubuntu, and a few other flavors of Linux before, so I can handle that kind of stuff, but I have no idea what to do for OS X. I've heard of things like Kalyway, iDeneb, and others... Which should I use for my hardware? Is there any special stuff I have to do besides burn the DVD, stick it in, and install? I would greatly appreciate any help on the matter, and would love to run OS X, because it will help me decide whether or not to buy a Mac in the near future.