bluepr0 Posted May 23, 2016 Share Posted May 23, 2016 Hello guys! For another reason (trying to get the OSK key from my Mac) I found this website which says Legal Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, and this is not legal advice. Taking into account that OS X is now officially supported on commercial virtualization solutions such as VMWare Fusion and Parallels, and after a careful reading of Apple's OS X EULA (which states that "[...] you are granted a [...] license to install, use and run one (1) copy of the Apple Software on a single Apple-Branded computer at any one time"), it is my belief that it's OK to run Mac OS X as a QEMU guest, provided the host hardware is a genuine, Apple-manufactured Mac computer, running an arbitrary (e.g. Linux) host OS. This happens to be how I'm using it, but YMMV. I thought that this might be only referring to OS X VMWare's app, but creating an OS X VM is also supported on ESXI 6 So, shouldn't unRAID have official support for an OS X template then? Other huge companies are doing it which leads me to think that they find out if it was legal with an army of lawyers. I could be running unNRAID on genuine Apple hardware so having support for adding a OS X VM seems to not violate any laws. Quote Link to comment
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