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you don't have to used a hacked disk, all you need is a special bootloader, a replacement kernel if you use an AMD or Atom processor, kernel drivers for hardware that isn't available on mac hardware, and something else i forget.
or, you can get a hacked disk.
and for the EULA, from what i see all it says is "Apple-branded hardware only", which can easily be fixed by slapping on one of those apple stickers that comes with every ipod, mac, and apple hardware/software accessories (EG, the 10.6 box)
Of course...why didn't I think of that?
haven't found anything about this practise anywhere.
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