> Am 29.01.2021 um 10:27 schrieb Thomas Bendler <ml at bendler-net.de>: > > On Fri, Jan 29, 2021 at 10:06 AM Rainer Duffner <rainer at ultra-secure.de> > wrote: > >> [...] >> Apple’s M1 are (probably) great - but only if you want to run macOS on it. >> Anything else and the compromises will likely be even more severe than >> those that had to be made in the earliest days of running Linux on a laptop. >> [...] > > > Did you try it or is this just a guess? I use Ubuntu in a VM on the M1. > As I mentioned there are currently some restrictions but the direction > already looks quite promising. At least far away from any earliest > days … > It’s an assumption. If it works, that’s great. I use a 2018 MacMini (with 32GB RAM) and run VMs on it. I do like macOS, I just wouldn’t want to run a server on it ;-) The 16GB RAM limit would be a show-stopper for me. Unfortunately, Apple don’t have Fusion or Parallels or VirtualBox installed on their demo-units.