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VirtualBox — installation from source

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If I want to install Mac OS 10.6.8 in VirtualBox on Linux or Solaris, and want to do it with a minimum amount of modifications, I only want to run Mac OS X in the VM (no multiple boot required), only running software (in addition to the host O.S. (Linux/Solaris), VirtualBox and Mac OS X itself) I have myself compiled from source, and apply only patches I have myself reviewed and know and understand what they do — can I do it? How do I do it? Where do I start?


Do the modifications required add emulation of the Fritz chip to VirtualBox, or do the patches remove references to the Fritz chip from the Mac OS X image?


Thank you very much for your kind replies.

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