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Virtualize OSX Leopard (not server) inside Leopard with Fusion


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I would really like to virtualize Leopard (desktop edition, not server) as a test system inside my normal Leopard installation, is this possibile? I've VMware Fusion 2

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Well,

Actually, if you have Mac OsX Server, you can virtualize Os X Desktop. How? Using Time Machine.

I've never did it, but:

- Install Mac OsX Server.

- Make a Time Machine backup of your host system or any Os X system.

- Share the location of the ackup with the VM.

- Boot your Virtual Machine on the installation disc.

- From the disc, choose the option restore the system from a Time Machine backup.

- And roll.



If your using a hackintosh backup, beware of your eventual modified kext :) .





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