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Contributed by: Some Desi, at 3/11/2005 08:20:00 PM.

Mac-on-Linux is a linux/ppc program which makes it possible to run Mac OS in parallel with Linux.
MOL is primarily intended to be used by those who run linux/ppc as their main operating system but still want to be able to run that occasional Mac OS application. Other possible applications include:
• development
• hardware simulation
• server applications
• compatibility testing

Feature List:

Client OS support:
- Mac OS X (10.1-10.3.3)
- Mac OS 7.5.2 to 9.2.2
- Linux

- No CPU emulation - very fast!
- No ROM image needed
- Complete MMU virtualization- Idle sleep (8.6 or later)
- Very compatible- Multi-session support- 603, 604, G3 and G4 support

Device support:
- Full screen video (fbdev, xdga)
- MMU accelereaded X11 video
- CD burners
- Generic SCSI
- Generic USB
- Audio
- Networking
- AltiVec™ support

Source: Me :)
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