The title of your post is an oxymoron, mac-on-mac doesn't work. I have tried it on my powerbook G4 with 10.3, and my ibook G4 with 10.4 and 10.5 and nothing. And i have X11 and everything installed. I think mac-on-mac is based on mac-on-linux which has kinda died.
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