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    Default Darling on openSUSE

    Hi. I like OS X, and his apps, but i can't run it on openSUSE (Stupid, yeah ). I search Darling, but how to install this on my openSUSE 42.1 (I find installation with ppa on ubuntu, but i cannot add repo from launchpad in openSUSE, yeah ). Please help.
    P.S. Sorry for my english, i'm from Russia...

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    Default AW: Darling on openSUSE

    https://github.com/darlinghq/darling...ster/README.md

    But better installing OSX-Apss in a second operating system native on your PC or as virtuell Machine.

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    Default Re: AW: Darling on openSUSE

    Quote Originally Posted by Sauerland View Post
    https://github.com/darlinghq/darling...ster/README.md

    But better installing OSX-Apss in a second operating system native on your PC or as virtuell Machine.
    Compiling darling requires a long list of dependencies...
    Skimming the dependency list, I recognize most as either a comparable RPM package should exist in openSUSE but of course someone would have to verify every one. Others, I recognize are projects which can be built from source if not available as a package.

    Note that the owners of darling targeted building only on Debian and Ubuntu.
    So, YMMV building to a different distro. Likely possible but requiring how much effort?

    Darling is basically a Loadable Kernel Module which can be bolted on to Linux kernels.

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