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OSX Virutalization

It is certainly possible to virtualize any OS. The basic approach is to
make the OS think it is on a hardware platform Here is an article about
VMWare Fusion and Mac OSX Snow Leopard:

On 01/07/2010 11:11 AM, KyleL wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> Just wondering if you can virtualize OSX 10.5+ , I was under the impres=
> that you could not.
> But I was browsing the web and I saw someone saying they did it with VM=
> server.
> Does anyone know if this is possible?  If it is, is it a real task or a=
> easy as installing windows on a virtual server?
> Thanks everyone.
>  =20

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