Not really, MacOS uses a propriatory ROM. That's why no one can legally
clone it unless Apple allows it.
Sean Dillon wrote:
> Talking about the uCsimm and the GNUsimm I mentioned
> that they use a 68328 processor and we both had a
> thought, if its a 68K processor surely it should be
> able to run an old version of MacOS.
> Is this possible?
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