It's pretty obvious, isn't it? The Xbox360 uses a tri-core 3.0 GHz PowerPC processor and a special ATi graphics card... It would be the ultimate PowerPC Mac, and OS X might be able to run on it without any special drivers. Has anyone tried to install OS X on their 360? I've searched the 'net numerous times for just such an attempt (and hopefully success), but I only get returns on OS X running on (an emulator on) the original Xbox. If no one has, I have a friend who owns a 360, and I own copy of the retail Tiger install disc. Conceivably, the Xbox HD could be backed up, wiped, and have the Mac OS installed via a mac. With the addition of the Xbox360 controller driver, it would be one slick setup!
Cheers! :-) - JediJoker
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