Darwin | The Core of Mac OS. Installing OpenDarwin


We are going to discuss Darwin: The core of modern Mac OS.

Mac OS core is based on multiple components, such as:

– BSD
– Mach
– NeXTSTEP

OpenDarwin and PureDarwin were the attempts to make Darwin a fully functional standalone Operating System. It was a collaboration with the Open Source community.

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Timeline:

00:00 Introduction
0:09 – What is Darwin?
0:38 – About NeXTSTEP
1:09 – Facts about Darwin and OpenSource community that was around it
1:49 – About OpenDarwin project
2:16 – About installing OpenDarwin on VirtualBox VM
2:55 – Installing OpenDarwin on IBM T42 computer (flash drive)
3:19 – Trying to get GUI on OpenDarwin
3:34 – Using MacPorts for package management
4:15 – Another attempt to get X11 on OpenDarwin
5:38 – Conclusions about OpenDarwin

Those are abandoned projects, but it was an interesting collaborative project with open source community.

The latest version of OpenDarwin was 8.0.1 and it was available as an ISO download.

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20 comments

  1. Thank you guys for watching! A few things that I wanted to clarify:
    1) My pronunciation of "Mach" and "GNOME" is incorrect. Pardon for that.
    2) There is PureDarwin Xmas edition available (somewhere) which has a GUI. I haven't found it yet, but I wish I could try it out.
    3) Copying X11 files manually was just an attempt. I have copied those manually and didn't expected it to work. I've used "diskutil" to fix permissions, but it didn't helped.
    4) I've mentioned that you could compile Darwin from the source. I need to clarify that many modern components of Apple's Darwin are closed-source. This is why you can't compile those.
    5) Copying files from your installation of Mac OS will violate Apple's license, that's why there is no practical purpose of attempting to do so.
    6) There is an OSx86 community which has a purpose of running Mac OS on regular PCs. Of course, this is not approved by Apple and this is mostly an enthusiasts project.
    Unfortunately, it makes no practical sense to try all this unless you are an enthusiast and try it to understand how Mac OS works under the hood.
    Timeline:
    0:09 – What is Darwin?
    0:38 – About NeXTSTEP
    1:09 – Facts about Darwin and OpenSource community that was around it
    1:49 – About OpenDarwin project
    2:16 – About installing OpenDarwin on VirtualBox VM
    2:55 – Installing OpenDarwin on IBM T42 computer (flash drive)
    3:19 – Trying to get GUI on OpenDarwin
    3:34 – Using MacPorts for package management
    4:15 – Another attempt to get X11 on OpenDarwin
    5:38 – Conclusions about OpenDarwin

  2. Hello, how can I make the system bootable for a usb?

  3. To be fair, I think PureDarwin is still being worked on, but I'm not sure.

  4. Why did you autotuned your voice lol

  5. Hmm it's fun to try all such things, but I immediately believe that it isn't worth it to even try installing any piece of software which is to complex or to modern for such a system, which is both very old and also very specific. Desktop engines are just large in terms of code size and in terms of dependencies on many things. Also, a lot of modern software source is just totally incompatible with old compilers and old code standards. Things just won't build.
    But if things are aready binary and you try mix binaries from different origins, you can definately expect many crashes when you try to run them. It's just not gonna work that way.

    But … isn't their just any much more modern Darwin build somewhere? I thought it's still all open source and why not try that? Or do you really need an existing Mac machine for it?

  6. Орал в голосину от акцента https://youtu.be/0x9Pq4qzaXc?t=6 очень похоже )) Информация интересная.

  7. I appreciate your hard work.

  8. Your voice sounds like autotune

  9. Maybe in the Wikipedia page to get the GUI they dual booted Tiger (or any other OS X) and Darwin and then used the Macports package in Tiger then selected the Darwin partition as the target drive

  10. Are you using auto tune? 😩

  11. Great video, many thanks for sharing 😀👍

  12. Darwin can also be upgraded. I upgraded Darwin 8.0.1 to Darwin 8.7.0.

  13. On VMware it works. I tried 8.0.1, 7.2.1 and 6.6.2 and they do work and install. Network only works on 8.0.1.

  14. OpenDarwin 6.6.2 does have X11 pre-installed. Here is the link:
    https://macintoshgarden.org/apps/opendarwin-721
    Select the 6.6.2 x86 version.

    Edit:There is rpm and yum, which are package managers

  15. http://yves.gnu-darwin.org/

    Did you try this? "The installer has many new features like setting localtime, language, power management and a better customized user environment.
    The package manager was updated to FreeBSD 5.2.1"

  16. Very interesting video!

  17. Wait, so basically I can make a custom GUI shell based on Darwin? Cool

  18. Did you used auto tune becoz your voice tuning anormally.