Apple's Leopard has made a jump to a sub-notebook PC, with news today that a hacker has managed to install the OS onto an Asus Eee PC.
The hacker decided to take a look to see if he could put a little Mac in the sub-notebook's tank in preference to the built-in stripped-down Linux build included in the device.
By downloading a hacked disk image (from OSX86 Scene), the hacker was able to trick Leopard into thinking it was running on an approved system.
"The only problem is that the eeePC only supports SSE2 instead of the SSE3 that Leopard is coded for," he reveals on his blog.
"I’ve noticed that Leopard is a bit pokey on the eeePC because of its slow processor and 512MB of RAM," he adds.