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  1. Hi everyone, so, using VirtualBox it works. For headless setup I used phpVirtualBox ( link ). Setup is easy using apt and it is working properly. [update 03/01/13] I played around with XEN 4.1.2 and 4.2.1 without success. So I'll build my Linux VM Setup using VirtualBox. On the VirtualBox forums I found some Guest Additions stuff which can be used: Base guest additions: https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=43330&start=15 Audio driver: https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=53259 On the guest additions thread I posted the reference to the vmware-svga driver, which originated in this forum. Perhaps it is possible to use some of that code on VBox as well. All 3 approaches combined could provide a nearly complete set of guest additions for OS X.
  2. Hi everyone, sorry for bringing this thread back to top, but I am working on this scenario right now. The best way for OS X virtualization on non Apple Hardware would be running VMWare ESXi with DirectPath. I read on the web that running an OS X VM with a GeForce card piped through DirectPath works properly including QE & CI. Although I am going to test OS X on a Debian 7 + VirtualBox headless environment in the next few days. I'll post my progress here. [EDIT] I have to correct myself, it wasn't VMWare ESXi, it was on a Debian + XEN Setup: http://www.bisente.com/blog/2011/03/15/macos-xen-snow-leopard-as-guest-on-a-xen-domu/