Offcourse I encourage customers to use AHV when using Nutanix, but sometimes customers are stuck using VMWare due to specific requirements or others reasons. Setting up Nutanix on AHV is pretty straightforward but on VMWare it is a bit different. In this blog I will show you how to setup Read more…
A couple of days ago, the PepperCrew had his monthly meeting. There was a little discussion about the new vSphere 5 release from VMWare. In the release notes there is mentioned that it will support OSX installations. I’m not convinced that that would work. There is a big community in the world who wants to install OSX in a sandboxed environment or even native on not Apple hardware. (Hackintosh or OSx86 etc etc). So, lets try some different scenario’s.
Apple supports only virtualized OSX Server installations on Apple hardware. Normal OSX installations aren’t supported or possible.
First Test: Install OSX Snow Leopard (10.6) in VMWare Fusion (On an iMac)
Second Test: Install OSX Snow Leopard Server (10.6) in VMWare Fusion (On an iMac)