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Unsupported UtilityX  2.0b1
Sep 24, 2001 08:37AM
Contributed by: Perry
Download: Stuffit Archive

"Unsupported UtilityX is a utility which helps to install and boot Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, and Darwin 1.3.1, on certain unsupported systems. The only difference from a supported installation is 3 extra clicks of your mouse! When Mac OS X installs successfully, its stability on unsupported systems appears to be excellent. However, there are cases in which Mac OS X is difficult to install--read on for details."

What's New?

More changes meant to improve compatibility with future versions of Mac OS X. The installation strategy has changed significantly in this version. Unsupported UtilityX no longer copies files from the installation CD to the target volume. Instead, it installs a modified version of BootX which uses both the kernel extensions on the CD and the additional extensions required for older machines.

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