Saturday, October 24, 2009


The loop:Psystar releases software to install Mac OS X on regular PCs
By Peter Cohen

彼らはRebel EFIというソフトを販売し始めた.

Psystar, the Miami-based PC manufacturer that’s still in a protracted legal battle with Apple over selling PCs that come pre-installed with Mac OS X, has begun offering Rabel EFI – software that lets any generic PC run Mac OS X. It costs $90, though Psystar is selling it for $50.

このソフトはIntelのCore 2 Duo,Core 2 Quad,i7,Xeon Nehalemを搭載したPCで
MacOSX Snow Leopardを動作できる.

The software reportedly lets PCs equipped with Intel Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad, i7 or Xeon Nehalem CPUs to run Mac OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard.” A limited-function demo is available for download from Psystar’s Web site.


Psystar reportedly is starting an approval program that will vet specific PC components to work with their software. “The most common hardware set-ups are compatible, and through PsyLabs we will continue to work toward the Rebel EFI supporting an ever-broader range of hardware profiles,” reads a statement.

PsystarはRebel EFIはMicrosoftの新OS,Windows 7でも動作する.

In related news, Psystar notes that Rebel EFI works with Microsoft’s newly-released Windows 7 operating system.

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