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Rhapsody on Pepper Pad 3

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I was just wondering if it was possible to run rhapsody or nextstep/openstep for intel on the pepper pad 3. the pp3 is a x86 based handheld that runs linux. If anybody has one test it. The only problem is the lack of a cd or floppy drive and drivers and stuff. Also does anybody know if ther was a Mac OS X server 1.x for intel?



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Is there any way to remotely load the floppy files or the cd files onto the pepper pad? Nah, "officially" there was never Mac OS X Server 1.x for intel but, I'm sure in some secret lab @ Apple, that intel branch of Rhapsody->Mac OS X Server 1.x->Mac OS X Tiger continued.

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Perhaps, I never thought of remote loading. But could you posssible mount the ISO and .img files? Or there's always external drives which it should be compatible with since the pp3 runs linux. Oh well i'll upload some pics as soon as I get anything.



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