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4 thoughts on “License

  1. Thank you very much for this great software, my Mac Pro 1.1 from 2006 is now running with El Capitan without any problems.

    Sven Giesler

  2. Thank you a ton Pikeralpha! I have been running El Capitan on Mac Pro 2,1 for more than 1 year, stable and nice. Shame on you Apple for not supporting owners of perfectly good Mac Pro and other 32-bit EFI macs to be forced into obsolescence for no real reason other than forcing them to retire their macs and get new ones. When moving from OS 9 to OS X from IBM chips to Intel, Apple included Rosetta and created universal binaries to support all macs during and even more complex transition from one platform to the other, but nothing to allow 32-bit EFI macintosh computers to run 64-bit OS which thanks to Piker’s bootloader have been proven to be more than capable to run extremely well. So much for thinking different Apple! 😡😒👎

  3. PS: I guess there won’t be no Sierra version of the bootloader since even if allowing to boot unsupported macs, the lack of SSE4.1-capable CPUs won’t let us use Sierra on older macs… am I correct?

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