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Mac Skidder

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  1. Looking into emulators, it occurred to me... If a Lion (or SL or ML) could be a host like Oracle puts it, could you install a SL or Leopard program onto ML? (or Tiger?) Could you work in a recursive environment to include apps that did not make the jump to newer code? If that is not weird enough, how about hardware that didn't get new drivers? - in a recursive emulation environment of course. Old sound cards, video cards, ide host cards, scsi etc... Why not? CPU's are powerful enough right?