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Run macOS on Linux with QEMU
reddit.com/r/linux | 2021-07-22
Adapted from https://github.com/popey/sosumi-snap to avoid using snap.
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reddit.com/r/linuxquestions | 2021-07-19
It is open source (https://github.com/popey/sosumi-snap).
Which option to choose to be able to use backup from my macbook pro and restore it on the linux kvm?
reddit.com/r/hackintosh | 2021-07-19
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Based on the post, one can use sosumi to run macOS on their Linux machines. So, I embarked on a journey to try and figure out how I can pull this off. I then came across this article by Logix on the Linux Uprising blog, which provides an awesome step by step guide on getting the stuff running on one's machine. I definitely suggest a read. While trying out the steps, I hit a snag, kind of a big one, my machine did not have enough space for a complete installation. I however had different partitions with enough space to accommodate the installation. The problem though, is that I didn't know how to install it in a different partition. Then came a comment by Hikmat E Ustad, providing an alternative way to install from a YouTube video he created. The video can be found here.
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reddit.com/r/hackintosh | 2021-05-23
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reddit.com/r/linuxquestions | 2021-04-29
How to port forward Sosumi virtual machine?
reddit.com/r/linux4noobs | 2021-03-10
I'm running a mac virtual machine under sosumi on SolusOS. I would like to turn on port forwarding for this VM but I don't know where to begin or what commands to write. After all, I am a linux noob. I would greatly appreciate any help!
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I haven't tried it yet for my own projects, but I'm wondering if https://github.com/popey/sosumi-snap might work for such purposes. That said, I totally understand you, and am not sure if I care enough about Mac anyway personally.
Sosumi Snap – Download and Install macOS in Ubuntu
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Download and install macOS in Ubuntu
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Sosumi Snap – Download and Install macOS in a Ubuntu
Check if there are any restrictions in your EULA when you access Software updates from your Apple computer.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding the PsyStar case, but this seems likely to be illegal.
Psystar, among other things, released "Rebel EFI" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psystar_Corporation#Rebel_EFI), which was a way to circumvent OSX's checks that you were running on mac hardware.
Judge Alsup ruled that Rebel EFI was a circumvention technology, and thus not legal under the DMCAs anti-circumvention provisions.
The snap is not running macOS on mac hardware. Even if you run it on a mac laptop, it's using virtualized qemu hardware. It includes a magic hardware string to make macOS run (https://github.com/popey/sosumi-snap/blob/def1652e916f/snap/...). That magic string is a circumvention measure which dodges a check macOS makes on boot to see if it's on legitimate hardware, and so this project is performing circumvention under the DMCA.