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Date:      Fri, 20 Nov 2009 11:17:15 +1100
From:      "David Rawling" <djr@pdconsec.net>
To:        "Juan Francisco Millan" <juanframillan@gmail.com>, <freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.org>
Subject:   RE: Bootcamp?
Message-ID:  <BFDFFE175893404B8BC865EE888E83B80122D2@pd-exbe.pdconsec.local>
References:  <6C279C53-E7C8-4A6C-BDF7-CEE61C8B0FA6@gmail.com>

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Juan wrote:
>Hello i=B4m a mac user since long ago, i just downloaded Freebsd 7.2 =
and
>i will install it on a 2800+ amd athlon 64 bits , does freebsd has a
>boot camp or virtual machine,  so i can  install a os x  also?
=20
Hi Juan and welcome to the FreeBSD community. You might try VirtualBox,
which is similar to VMWare Workstation but free and part of the ports
tree.

There's probably a package for it - try:

pkg_add -r virtualbox

However, you may struggle to install OS/X - Apple have some reasonable
technical restrictions in place, and a licensing restriction also that
prevents use on non Apple hardware. As a result you probably are not
licensed to, and may not physically be able to, use OS/X on your new PC.

Dave.
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David Rawling
PD Consulting And Security
Email: djr@pdconsec.net



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