I notice on eBay vendors selling customized versions of Linux, such as one called Macbuntu, which is based on the ever-popular Ubuntu. This is perfectly legal, of course, since anyone can customize and sell their own distro of Linux.
But why would anyone buy something, when they can download it (or an approximation of it) for free?
Answer by Curtis Coburn · Nov 24, 2012 at 01:53 AM
For me, I would rather learn how to customize it to look like a Mac, but if I didn't have the time to learn that, then I would probably buy it for a small price. Because I know its not a Mac price, I will not pay the high price. Of course.
Answer by Compucore · Nov 24, 2012 at 04:58 PM
I remember before unity came out for Ubuntu there was a theme already there for it. I have checked under untiy with the more recent version of Ubuntu and the extra add ons that were available with the distribution of ultimate edition of ubuntu 3.4 And it was not installed automatically. If there is a theme version of the OSX version. It is just a matter of downloaded it onto your version of Linux and just have it enabled if that is a case. I remember seeing it under the Ultimate edition 2.4 a long time ago and had it running on my thinkpad. My uncle was surprised when I had the theme running and told him it was linux with the theme looking like it was a Mac OS on there.
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