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Where can I find a ISO download of Darwin? I downloaded Darwin at one time (even after they stopped releasing the ISOs) off of Apple's website. Unfortunately, I have no idea where the link went. I had it at one time.

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Try the PureDarwin project.

The goal of this project is to make Darwin more usable by providing an installation ISO, documentation, and add-on software.

I don't think you can directly get a copy of Darwin in an ISO format. There are some channels setup to get the source code but you're not going to get a usable installer and operating system without going to a community-supported project like PureDarwin.

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Thanks for that. I'm still kinda looking for the Apple download. –  daviesgeek Sep 4 '11 at 19:53

You're not going to find this because the OpenDarwin project shut down 5 years ago. OpenDarwin is so dead that I had to make that link using the Wayback Machine, since the original sites related to this project have all been shut down, too.

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