The ultra-light Macbook might be coming soon, but our friends from uneasysilence say that they have successfully installed Mac OS X Leopard on their Asus Eee PC, based on the LifeHacker tutorial. The downside is that Leopard is slow on the Eee’s processor and tiny 512MB of memory, but it works. Head to their article to see how it’s done and ask additional questions.
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