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New Panther Language Features

With Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar, Apple made sweeping changes to the operating system's language handling and internationalization features, which are key to the Mac's acceptance throughout much of the world and for many people who regularly work in multiple languages

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Unleashing Your Multilingual Mac

One of the best kept secrets about Mac OS 9 is its built-in support for reading and writing languages beyond English, including ones that use non-Latin scripts and characters

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Running Linux on Your Mac: An Update

A little over a year ago in TidBITS-407, I wrote about how to run Linux on your Mac. In case you haven't heard of it, Linux is a freely distributable clone of the Unix operating system that's gaining significant momentum, particularly in corporate and Internet arenas - and it's always been popular with programmers and Unix advocates

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Running Linux on Your Mac

Most computer users have had some contact (or a run in) with Unix, long the dominant operating system for universities, research labs, and the Internet