Apparently a lot of people are under the impression that Apple isn't going to help out with reviving the Intel port of Darwin. This is false.
Getting everything built fat is a big step, but a lot of work remains. The next thing is to get installation bootstrapped so we can get Darwin onto an Intel system, and then to get the kernel running, since we haven't tested the new kernel on Intel yet, and there is limited driver support for Intel PC devices. I have a high degree of confidence that most of the user-space software will work without problems, particularly since a majority of it comes from the BSD world where Intel is the primary platform, but also because we've seen it work before in Rhapsody.
Als OS'sen-gek ga ik dit natuurlijk meteen proberen zodra het kan Verder ziet MacOS X er grafisch ook heel mooi uit: