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Is it possible to run a MacOSX installation on a virtual machine?

How can I virtualize OSX on Linux somehow?

I know that the OSX eula states that OSX can only be virtualized on Apple hardware so I guess that's why virtualization for it is so underdeveloped.

I want to do some iPhone development, don't have a mac available.

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This really should be on Superuser. –  John Rudy Aug 27 '09 at 15:27
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Welcome to the internet... It's not like someone here is going to sit with him, and help him COMMIT A CRIME, oh no. Providing links is hardly going to make you accessory to crime. –  TFM Aug 27 '09 at 15:46
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In my humble opinion, this is not an exact duplicate since this question refers to Linux whereas the other one refers to windows. –  mouviciel Aug 27 '09 at 19:01
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A virtual machine is a regular app running on some OS. My answer is specific to Linux. –  mouviciel Aug 27 '09 at 20:30
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@TFM: even if the OP lives in a jurisdiction where Apple's EULA is enforcable, breaking the terms of the EULA is NOT a crime. at worst, it is a breach of a civil contract - a matter dealt with by civil courts, not criminal courts. –  cas Aug 28 '09 at 9:42
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You can use VMWare on Linux -- there are torrents available of a complete OSX install as a VMWare image, though as previous stated that would be a violation of the EULA, copyrights, etc.

It isn't much different than setting up a hackintosh....

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It looks like Ubuntu community has an anwser.

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