Thats not completely true. Xerox's venture capital arm was wetting itself all over in a hurry to invest in Apple leading to the forging of a deal - "Xerox would be allowed to invest $1.05 million in Apple's private stock sale and, in return, it would allow Apple full access to PARC's technology." No technology was transferred as a matter of fact and Apple were just given a prompt demonstration of SmallTalk's potential at Palo Alto. And when the partnership broke off, Apple's chief programmer, Bill Atkinson, had to start from the core, the development of the legendary GUI.saumilsingh said:Doesn't really matter who ripped off the GUI idea from whom because ultimately everyone just stole it from Xerox.
If you have a core based (SSE3) processor you might want to try the 'Brazilmac DVD + EFI + Vanilla kernel' install method. I think it's worth a shot. ToH has it's set of issues.Party Monger said:10.5 TOH rc2 sse2/sse3 intel only
U know any better one?
jus wanna try..
Doesnt it seem way complicated??,,,i'm downloadin dis cause its pretty easy and a good success rate,,H@rsh said:If you have a core based (SSE3) processor you might want to try the 'Brazilmac DVD + EFI + Vanilla kernel' install method. I think it's worth a shot. ToH has it's set of issues.
I am also downloading the Brazilmac disk as i type.Code: