[CentOS] Running MacOSX as VM under CentOS 5.10?

Wed Nov 6 19:26:51 UTC 2013
Andrew Holway <andrew.holway at gmail.com>

It is more likely to work on a later Kernel and then and more likely
with KVM. KVM shipped with 5.x and 6.x Enterprise linux is now old and
fusty. A bit like your Unix beard :)

I had all kinds of horrible problems running FreeBSD on these
hypervisors. Try Fedora 19. This is sparkly and fresh.



On 6 November 2013 19:21, Robert Heller <heller at deepsoft.com> wrote:
> Is it even remotely possible to run MacOSX (or Darwin) as VM under CentOS 5.10
> / xen? Or am I better off not even trying and just getting a MacMini or
> MacBook to just jack into my LAN?  I just need a 'build box' and possibly
> something to do light testing (eg does the program run? Does the GUI come
> up?). I don't really have the *physical* room for an iMac, unless the screen
> is tiny.
> I can cross-build for MS-Windows using mgwin32 and I have VMs for CentOS 6,
> Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian, etc.  Only MacOSX is missing from the 'mix'.
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