HAZZA24937 wrote:It would probably be possible to make a Hackintosh distro from 10.4 that supports ARM11 (in the model b R-pi), because iOS is 10.4 ported to ARM...
I am researching it with a friend and we still think it's possible to compile OS X 10.4 or maybe even 10.6 with ARM11 CPU support, however it would take a long time for us. So I am thinking of starting up a project maybe to give it a go, If I go ahead with that idea I think our end distro should be called OS X Nyan. XD
You can certainly compile / crosscompile xnu and friends and get yourself an Arm-Darwin. Obviously, there's gonna be a fair amount of hacking involved in the xnu core to get it to boot on the Pi and use the Pi's peripherals, but it's certainly not out of the question, nor would it make anyone liable to Apple's lawyers. With a "bit" of shimming to make it look like linux in certain respects, you "might" even get accelerated OpenGL/ES and OpenVG running.
However, whatever you do, you're not going to get a hackintosh of any description. The entire "front end" of OSX (that which runs above the BSD-derived userland of Darwin proper) is closed source, and only available in binary form for Intel and PPC. So, no Appkit, no Foundation, no Quartz, none of any of Apple's other core frameworks, and certainly no Finder or any of the stuff that runs on top of that.