Developer gets OS X Linux server working with Qemu and KVM





A software developer has managed to OS X Mavericks to run based on the Qemu and KVM hypervisors. This is Apple’s operating system in theory and virtual machine running on a dedicated Linux server.

Developer Will Evans has long tinkered with some shell scripts to get. OS X Mavericks on Qemu and KVM talking This include iso images of OS X Lion and Mountain Mavericks needed, as well as a Linux server with an LVM-compatible kernel. First, Mountain Lion must be installed, then Mavericks can be placed in a container. There must also be some adjustments to be made. For Qemu

Evans admits that it is probably not entirely legal to virtualize OS X in this way; He therefore proposes that the method is intended for ‘educational purposes’ which he attempted to successfully virtualize OS X at server level.

Virtualization of OS X is not supported by Apple’s standard and the system is therefore designed according to the company for its own systems. Nevertheless, there is a movement that Hackintosh’ The operating system will run. On regular PCs


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