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So... Sorry, but I'm really pissed of because I cannot find the Hardware Virtualization Bypasser for Linux! Is there any?????

I'm running VMware Workstation 9.0.1 x86_64 on Linux openSUSE 12.2, and I want to run Mac OS X Mountain Lion on it.
Snow Leopard is no problem this works with the setting "Other 64-bit", if I select "Mac OS X... whatever" (Mac OS X Unlocker is installed, available for Linux), than I have the same problem.

On Lion and Mountain Lion (I have both) the setting "Other (tried both 32 and 64 bit)" doesn't work.

I don't have AMD-V it's and older CPU from the year 2008.

Is the Bypasser available for Linux? I read the the program only changes 1 or 2 bytes, don't know... Than this would not be so hard to have this patch also for Linux? I'm right??

And sorry, because I'm so pissed of...

Btw, I'm owning a legal copy of Snow Leopard and Mountain Lion :)
Lion is torrent loaded :( fail, got no legal copy


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There has never been a bypasser for Workstation other than version 7 and that was Windows only. Sorry but out of luck on his one.





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