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Re: question on binary emulation of linux on netbsd/arm ports
Havard Eidnes said on 11/01/09 01:08:
I have never seen the iPhone OS referred to as "Mac OS X" in Apple's
materials. Any why would it be referred to as "Mac OS X"? It's *not*
the Mac OS. It's the iPhone OS, and referred to by Apple as "OS X".
And that's not even just a little bit prone to cause confusion? :)
I've always thought of it as being like "ARM NetBSD" or "Alpha NetBSD".
In other words, the iPhone and the Mac are the hardware platforms, while
OS X is the operating system. I guess that's what Jason Thorpe was
trying to put across as well.
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