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How to mount an official version of Sierra Mac OS VM onto Fedora?

asked 2018-07-05 05:16:24 -0600

Do you know where I can find some kind of official version of Mac OS High Sierra VM that I can mount onto my Fedora as a virtual machine? What suggestions are there for the software, Virtual Box goes well? Thanks for advice guys.

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answered 2018-07-08 01:56:27 -0600

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updated 2018-07-08 17:16:39 -0600

I recommend not using VirtualBox but libvirt with kvm/qemu and virt-manager as they are way more stable on linux.

Do you know where I can find some kind of official version of Mac OS High Sierra VM that I can mount onto my Fedora as a virtual machine?

Buy it or get it from the vendor. Everything else is probably illegal.

EDIT: It seems like the vendor does not provide a convenient way to download the image…

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