After our previous Goatse-tastic encounter attempts to install OS X on an Intel we decided to leave the hax0ring to the pros and eagerly await a confirmed functional install.

The good news is that there is a confirmed hack of the Intel authentication scheme that is used in the new Mac OS X for Intel. Basically the new OS X for Intel has some special electronic gizmos that allow for OS X to be installed on those Mactel machines and not any other x86 machine. The big news is that some people managed to crack the authentication scheme to allow for the OS X for Intel to be installed on any x86 machine. And the word on the street is that it was installed on a PC notebook.

Mac OS X Intel hacked to run on standard PCs [MacNN]